Tens of thousands of British Airways customers have had their frequent-flyer accounts temporarily frozen in the wake of a security breach.
Spurred by high-profile data breaches, Edward Snowden's revelations, and by the growing awareness that their smartphones hold a lot of sensitive data, most UK users have become more careful about protecting their personal privacy, and consider the privacy of their mobile data to be in their own hands.
Rocket Kitten, the APT group of attackers that have been delivering spear-phishing emails with the Ghole malware to Israeli and European institutions late last year, have lately been spotted mounting a new operation.
A group of researchers from the Information Security Group from Royal Holloway, University of London, wanted to see how many TLS servers still supported the weak, export-grade (512-bit) RSA public keys a week after the public disclosure of the FREAK flaw.
Held once again at De Beurs van Berlage, HITB2015AMS takes place from the 26-29 May 2015 and runs alongside HITB Haxpo, a 3-day technology expo for hackers, makers, builders and breakers.
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