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SCADA/ICS Dangers & Cybersecurity Strategies

35 minutes ago

Nearly 60% of surveyed organizations using SCADA or ICS reported they experienced a breach in those systems in the last year. Here are four tips for making these systems safer.

7 Nigerians Indicted for Fraud Operation on Dating Sites

1 hour ago

Con artists have been charged with operating a scheme that cost users of American dating websites more than $1.5 million.

Yar, thar she blows: Corp-cash-stealing email whaling attacks now a $12.5bn industry

2 hours ago

Business accounts worth their weight in gold to scammers Business email accounts remain a lucrative way for scammers to get into companies and turn a quick buck.…

Trump wants to work with Russia on infosec. Security experts: lol no

3 hours ago

Thanks for Putin that out there Security experts have poured scorn on plans by US president Donald Trump to work more closely with Russia on cybersecurity.…

Cryptojacking: Has cryptocurrency-mining malware already reached its peak?

3 hours ago

Newly released figures suggest coinmining attacks have started to decline, as some hackers grow impatient with low returns on their investment, which could lead to a rise in more dangerous attacks.

Installing a Credit Card Skimmer on a POS Terminal

3 hours ago

Watch how someone installs a credit card skimmer in just a couple of seconds. I don't know if the skimmer just records the data and is collected later, or if it transmits the data back to some base station.

Tens of thousands opt out of My Health Record, but can Immigration and local councils view the rest?

8 hours ago

The ADHA says it'll refuse access to medical records without a court order or warrant. But the law allows that policy to change at any time.

'007' code helps stop Spectre exploits before they exist

9 hours ago

Singaporeans boffins offer Spectre-protector as Fortinet ponders Android inoculation Black hats haven't yet found a way to mass-exploit the Spectre vulnerability – but mitigations are already arriving.…

Kodak KashMiner 'scam' halted: Report

12 hours ago

A report by the BBC has said the Kodak-branded KashMiner scheme has been halted by the US SEC.

Revealed in detail: World powers stuff spyware kit, how-to guides in dodgy nations' pockets

15 hours ago

And tech industry doesn't get off lightly in civil rights probe The world's most powerful governments are today accused of bankrolling surveillance kit and training for smaller and dubious nations – and the tech industry stands to benefit.…

Putin proposes a joint cybersecurity group with the US to investigate Russian election meddling

17 hours ago

Over the course of Monday’s controversial Helsinki summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin pushed an agenda that would ostensibly see the U.S. and Russia working side by side as allies. The two countries make stranger bedfellows than ever as just days ...

Russian National Vulnerability Database Operation Raises Suspicions

17 hours ago

Recorded Future says Russia's Federal Service for Technical and Export Control has ability to find, weaponize vulnerabilities under cover of doing technology inspections.

Irish fella accused of being Silk Road admin 'Libertas' hauled to US

17 hours ago

Bloke extradited to New York to face charges of serving as drug cyber-mart's tech support US prosecutors have extradited an Irish man to America, where he will face charges of allegedly helping run the infamous Silk Road drugs e-souk.…

Less Than Half of Cyberattacks Detected via Antivirus: SANS

18 hours ago

Companies are buying next-gen antivirus and fileless attack detection tools but few have the resources to use them, researchers report.

Lost a classified government safe? There’s an app for that…

18 hours ago

ServiceNow deployed to track PM&C secure containers.

No Evidence of GandCrab Leveraging SMB Exploit – Yet

18 hours ago

Researchers found a new version of GandCrab - but no evidence that the ransomware is using the same SMB exploit as Wannacry.

Thousands of Mega logins dumped online, exposing user files

18 hours ago

Exclusive: File names of 15,500 accounts was exposed, including purportedly illegal content.

Sad Nav: How a cheap GPS spoofer gizmo can tell drivers to get lost

18 hours ago

Eggheads reveal designs for causing navigation mischief for folks unsure of surroundings Researchers have developed kit that masquerades as GPS satellites to deceive nearby GPS receivers and thus potentially trick drivers into heading off in the wrong dir ...

Trump Dismisses Russian Interference Indictments in Presser with Putin

19 hours ago

Russian President Vladamir Putin 'just said it's not Russia,' US President Trump said.

IBM's new Nabla containers are designed for security first

19 hours ago

IBM claims its new container design is more secure than Docker or other containers by cutting operating system calls to the bare minimum and thereby reducing its attack surface as small as possible.

10 Ways to Protect Protocols That Aren't DNS

20 hours ago

Here's how to safeguard three other network foundation protocols so they don't become weapons or critical vulnerabilities.

Newsmaker Interview: Bruce Schneier on ‘Going Dark’ and the Crypto Arms Race

21 hours ago

Noted cryptographer waxes on the threats posed by physical cyber systems, 'going dark' and a crypto arms race.

Kremlin hacking crew went on a 'Roman Holiday' – researchers

21 hours ago

Fancy that! APT28 fingered for Italian job Researchers have claimed the infamous APT28 Kremlin-linked hacking group was behind a new cyber-espionage campaign they believe was targeted at the Italian military.…

India Telecom Regulator: Users Have Primary Data Rights

22 hours ago

Organizations 'should be restrained from using metadata to identify individual users,' says the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India.

DanaBot Trojan Targets Bank Customers In Phishing Scam

22 hours ago

A new phishing scam purports to be MYOB invoices - but really contains a novel banking trojan.

Who is the weakest link in software security?

1 day ago

Tell us your views on responsibilities, skills and tools in the modern delivery process Study  In the early years of software development, you would often design it, build it, and only then think about how to secure it.…

Time to Yank Cybercrime into the Light

1 day ago

Too many organizations are still operating blindfolded, research finds.

Can graphical passwords keep us secure online?

1 day ago

People stink at text-based passwords. Is there a better way? What if we could simply tell a story only we know using pictures?

Reasonably Clever Extortion E-mail Based on Password Theft

1 day ago

Imagine you've gotten your hands on a file of e-mail addresses and passwords. You want to monetize it, but the site it's for isn't very valuable. How do you use it? You convince the owners of the password to send you money. I recently saw a spam e-mail t ...

Hacking campaign targets iPhone users with data-stealing, location-tracking malware

1 day ago

Campaign delivers fake versions of WhatsApp and Telegram to victims - and those behind it have tried to make it look like a Russian attack when it isn't.

GitHub to Pythonistas: Let us save you from vulnerable code

1 day ago

Third language added to security scanner GitHub's added Python to the list of programming languages it can auto-scan for known vulnerabilities.…

My Health Record systems collapse under more opt-outs than expected

1 day ago

When citizens rush to opt out of an Australian government service, it says something about their levels of trust. When the system falls over under heavy load, it proves them right.

​Seven cloud vendors lining up for government security clearance

1 day ago

After Microsoft's contentious addition to the Certified Cloud Services List, the Australian Signals Directorate has revealed it is working with another seven companies interested in providing cloud services to government.

​Spammers put on notice by the ACMA after SMS pests fined AU$50k

1 day ago

Online marketplace Service Seeking has been fined AU$50,400 for spamming, while the ATO is looking for a third party to help it with a nationwide email campaign.

Chrome's Spectre mitigation is a memory hog

1 day ago

Uses 10-13 percent more memory.

​ACCC on keeping the data 'genie' in check for Australian consumers

1 day ago

ACCC chairman believes the new Consumer Data Right will enable consumers to benefit from the data businesses already hold.

Containers or virtual machines: ​Which is more secure? The answer will surprise you

1 day ago

IBM Research has created a new way to measure software security, Horizontal Attack Profile, and it's found a properly secured container can be almost as secure as a virtual machine.

Hope for Hutchins, Navy sinks contractor, there's another Russian hacking scandal, and more

3 days ago

Also, make sure you update your Juniper kit quickly Roundup  This week, when we weren't watching the football and sobbing uncontrollably, we saw security headaches at NPM and Ticketmaster, and a priest in hot water with cybercrime charges.…

Thought two-factor auth completely locks down Office 365? Not quite

3 days ago

A network's only as strong as its weakest link or worker Hackers are developing new techniques to obtain access to corporate emails and calendars, even if multi-factor-authenticati
on defenses are in place.…

US drug cops peddled pre-cracked Blackberry mobes to crooks – and that's just the start

3 days ago

Same technique being used against ordinary US citizens? Back in 2013, Canadian John Darrel Krokos got 11.5 years in a US jail for leading a massive cocaine smuggling ring. Two years later, his colleague Zaid Wakil was given a 20-year sentence.…

Scam alert: No, hackers don't have webcam vids of you enjoying p0rno. Don't give them any $$s

3 days ago

Extortionists snatch weak passwords to shame victims Scumbags are trying to extort money from netizens by threatening to leak to friends and family videos of their marks watching X-rated videos.…

Mueller Probe Yields Hacking Indictments for 12 Russian Military Officers

3 days ago

GRU hackers used bitcoin to fund US computer network infrastructure supporting and hiding the operation.

Peach season

3 days ago

Posted by Dave Aitel on Jul 13As Ryan Naraine has pointed out I never did an announcement on this mailing list when Cyxtera and Immunity finally closed our deal. Partially that's because these things are in some ways anti-climactic, and partially becaus ...

Indictment bombshell: 'Kremlin intel agents' hacked, leaked Hillary's emails same day Trump asked Russia for help

3 days ago

Charges filed against dozen suspected Russian spies American prosecutors have accused 12 suspected Russian spies of hacking Democrat and Hillary Clinton campaign officials to leak their sensitive emails and swing the 2016 US Presidential Election.…

GandCrab Ransomware Continues to Evolve But Can't Spread Via SMB Shares Yet

3 days ago

Recent fears that this year's most prolific ransomware threat has acquired new WannaCry-like propagation capabilities appear unfounded at the moment.

Justice Department Indicts 12 Russian Nationals Tied to 2016 Election Hacking

3 days ago

Indictments are part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 elections.

Indian iPhone Spy Campaign Used Fake MDM Platform

3 days ago

Cyberattackers have used a bogus mobile device management (MDM) system to target a small – but presumably high-value – set of iPhones in India in a cyberespionage campaign that has some unusual hallmarks.

8 Big Processor Vulnerabilities in 2018

3 days ago

Security researchers have been working in overdrive examining processors for issues - and they haven't come up empty-handed.

ThreatList: Bug Bounty Payouts Increase Six Percent for Critical Vulnerabilities

3 days ago

HackerOne’s 2018 Hacker-Powered Security Report showed that the average award for critical vulnerabilities has increased.

Sextortionists Shift Scare Tactics to Include Legit Passwords

3 days ago

The scam emails offer, as proof of compromise, a password associated with the target’s online accounts.

Justice Dept. indicts 12 Russian spies over 2016 DNC hack

3 days ago

The 12 indictments were sought by US special counsel Robert Mueller.

Congressional Report Cites States Most Vulnerable to Election Hacking

3 days ago

A new report details issues with 18 states along with suggestions on what can be done.

FBI: Email Account Compromise Losses Reach $12B

3 days ago

There were more than 78K business email account (BEC) and email account compromise (EAC) scam incidents worldwide between Oct. 2013 and May 2018.

It pays to know your enemies: Sophos webinar gives you the cybercrime lowdown

4 days ago

Move over ransomware – CPUs are being hijacked for alt-coins, now Promo  No sooner have organisations fought off one type of security nightmare than another one looms even larger.…

Unsanctioned Apps Invite Fox into Cybersecurity Hen House

4 days ago

In this InfoSec Insider, Tim Bandos looks at why network admins will want to keep a close watch on network traffic within the enterprise.

How to Structure an Enterprise-Wide Threat Intelligence Strategy

4 days ago

To keep an organization safe, you must think about the entire IT ecosystem.

Bogus Mobile Device Management system used to hack iPhones in India

4 days ago

Baker's dozen pwned by tricksy attack Enterprise iPhone users in India have been targeted through a sophisticated and highly targeted attack run through bogus Mobile Device Management (MDM) servers.…

SmartFrame aims to replace jpegs to help companies protect and monetize images

4 days ago

SmartFrame Technologies Ltd has launched a system for publishing and monetizing images while making them harder to steal than standard jpegs. Some photographers are already using the system but it could have wider appeal for advertising, marketing and cor ...

SOCs Use Automation to Compensate for Training, Technology Issues

4 days ago

Executives and front-line SOC teams see human and technology issues in much different ways, according to two new reports.

Ukraine claims it blocked VPNFilter attack at chemical plant

4 days ago

We won't say who we think it is but we'll point with our elbow... A Ukrainian intel agency has claimed it stopped a cyber attack against a chlorine plant that was launched using the notorious VPNFilter malware.…

Ukraine blocks VPNFilter attack against core country water system

4 days ago

Russia has been blamed for the cyberattack.

Gas Pump Hack

4 days ago

This is weird: Police in Detroit are looking for two suspects who allegedly managed to hack a gas pump and steal over 600 gallons of gasoline, valued at about $1,800. The theft took place in the middle of the day and went on for about 90 minutes, with th ...

ASD corporate plan leads with people and culture

4 days ago

The Australian Signals Directorate hopes its 'broader cultural change program' will make the agency 'the type of organisation that people aspire to join'.

Commonwealth switches on critical infrastructure powers

4 days ago

Utilities still have six months to report.

Party like it's 1999: Packets of death, code exec menace Cisco gear

4 days ago

Annoying flaws found, patched in Fabric Services, NX-OS, StarOS, VOIP kit Cisco has advised net admins using switches that run its Fabric Services on FXOS, or NX-OS software, to update their boxes following the discovery of a critical security flaw.…

WordPress Sites Targeted in World Cup-Themed Spam Scam

4 days ago

Spammers using a 'spray & pray' approach to post comments on WordPress powered blogs, forums, says Imperva.

Google claims Site Isolation will stop Spectre haunting Chrome users

4 days ago

From under the hood to showroom exhibit Google is touting the benefits of a recently introduced browser security feature called Site Isolation.…

What's Cooking With Caleb Sima

4 days ago

Security Pro File: Web app security pioneer dishes on his teenage security career, his love of electric scooters, Ace Ventura - and a new baby food business venture with his wife and famed chef, Kathy Fang.

Friday Squid Blogging: Antifungal Squid-Egg Coating

4 days ago

The Hawaiian bobtail squid coats its eggs with antifungal bacteria. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories in the news that I haven't covered. Read my blog posting guidelines here.

Novel malware attack used mobile device management

4 days ago

Beware of installing additional certificates on devices.

Now Pushing Malware: NPM package dev logins slurped by hacked tool popular with coders

4 days ago

Tokens killed after eslint-scope JavaScript utility compromised An unfortunate chain reaction was averted today after miscreants tampered with a widely used JavaScript programming tool to steal other developers' NPM login tokens.…

Hacker Compromises Air Force Captain to Steal Sensitive Drone Info

4 days ago

The thief also had a second dataset, including the M1 Abrams maintenance manual, a tank platoon training course, a crew survival course and documentation on improvised explosive device (IED) mitigation tactics.

Lessons from My Strange Journey into InfoSec

4 days ago

Establishing an entree into the security world can be a maddeningly slow process. For those of us already here, it can be can be an opportunity to help others.

Cisco Patches High-Severity Bug in VoIP Phones

4 days ago

Cisco also patched three medium-security flaws in its network security offerings; and, it issued a fix for a high-severity bug in its platform for mobile operator routers, StarOS.

ASD cloud games break cover

4 days ago

Opinion: Legacy loses its privileges.

ThreatList: 6-Year-Old Dorkbot Banking Malware Resurfaces as Big Threat

4 days ago

Old banking malware called Dorkbot has reemerged in 2018 to become a serious threat.

Chrome Now Features Site Isolation to Defend Against Spectre

4 days ago

A new feature called site isolation is being tapped to protect Chrome users against Spectre.

ICS Security: 'The Enemy Is in the Wire'

5 days ago

Threats to industrial control systems are real and frightening. The government is taking steps to keep us safer in the future, but there are near-term steps you can take right now.

Ransomware is so 2017, it's all cryptomining now among the script kiddies

5 days ago

Plus: Hackers take crack at cloud, phones come pre-pwned, malware's going multi-plat The number of organisations affected by cryptomining malware in the first half of 2018 ramped up to 42 per cent, compared to 20.5 per cent in the second half of 2017, acc ...

Ukraine Security Service Stops VPNFilter Attack at Chlorine Station

5 days ago

The facility's process control system and emergency-detection system were infected, Interfax Ukraine reports.

Timehop Releases New Details About July 4 Breach

5 days ago

Additional information includes PII affected and the authentication issue that led to the breach.

Palo Alto Networks rattles tin, wants $1.5bn for, er, stuff and things

5 days ago

Loan notes to build war chest – yet firm denies it's eyeing up a fresh buyout Palo Alto Networks is trying to raise $1.5bn in cash for "potential acquisitions" and "strategic transactions", the company said today – though it claims not to have any buy ...

Your 2018 guide to cyber insurance is here

5 days ago

CISOs need every risk mitigation technique they can get, and cyber insurance is a great tool to mitigate and transfer cyber risk but there are some key pain points they should know about.

Hackers are selling backdoors into PCs for just $10

5 days ago

"This is definitely not something you want to discover on a Russian underground RDP shop," warn researchers.

IBM: A data breach will now cost your organization $3.86 million, if you're lucky

5 days ago

There are hidden costs over time which make the bill far larger than you may expect.

What can $10 stretch to these days? Lunch... or access to international airport security systems

5 days ago

Dark web does roaring trade in Remote Desktop Protocol hacks Dark web shops are selling access to computers on corporate networks for less than the cost of a short cab ride.…

Netskope nabs Sift Security to enhance infrastructure cloud security

5 days ago

Netskope, a company that focuses on security in the cloud, announced today it has acquired Sift Security, a startup launched in 2014 to help secure cloud infrastructure services like Amazon, Microsoft and Google using machine learning. The company did not ...

Russia: We want volunteers to help us censor the internet

5 days ago

Russia's interior minister says he wants citizens to scour the internet for banned material.

WPA3

5 days ago

Everyone is writing about the new WPA3 Wi-Fi security standard, and how it improves security over the current WPA2 standard. This summary is as good as any other: The first big new feature in WPA3 is protection against offline, password-guessing attacks ...

Google: Chrome now protects you from Spectre password-stealing attacks

5 days ago

Chrome 67 for Mac, Windows has just added extra defences against Spectre-style data-stealing attacks.

Another hack rocks cryptocurrency trading: Bancor loses $13.5 million

5 days ago

The alleged hack has raised questions over the validity of the start-up's "decentralized" system.

ASD restructure: Trouble at t' cyber mill?

5 days ago

Differing views within the recently restructured Australian Signals Directorate, described in one media report as an 'internal brawl' and 'internal frictions', could highlight a deeper, more challenging division.

Ticketmaster breach 'part of massive card-skimming campaign

5 days ago

It gets worse The Ticketmaster breach was not a one-off, but part of a massive digital credit card-skimming campaign.…

Cisco Start launches for SMBs in Australia

5 days ago

Cisco is leveraging its Webex portfolio and acquisitions of Meraki, BroadSoft, and OpenDNS to launch in the Australian and New Zealand SMB sector, Cisco ANZ vice president Ken Boal has told ZDNet.

Timehop reveals July 4 breach included gender, country, and DOB info

5 days ago

The company says it is working out how to deal with its GDPR obligations.

Tim? Larry? We need to talk about smartphones and privacy

5 days ago

Congress sends Apple and Alphabet a 'please explain', perhaps because Oracle asked Oracle’s busy backgrounding about Android privacy last year appears to have helped draw US lawmakers' attention to Google and Apple.…

Timehop admits to more data leakage, details GDPR danger

5 days ago

Bad actor was inside social network for months without being detected Nostalgia aggregator Timehop has revised its advice about the data breach it reported earlier this week.…

FBI for the Apple guy: bloke stealing Cupertino car kit collared

5 days ago

Engineer facing trade secrets theft rap for allegedly trying to defect with tech A former Apple engineer has been hit with federal trade secrets theft charges after trying to lift Cupertino's car tech on behalf of Alibaba.…

Hacker Exploits 2-Year Old Router Issue To Steal Sensitive US Military Data

5 days ago

A moderately skilled hacker managed to steal export-restricted data pertaining to the Reaper drone and Abrams tank from computers belonging to two US Army officials.

Newly Found Spectre Variants Bring New Concerns

5 days ago

Two new variants on a theme of Spectre underscore the expanding nature of the critical vulnerabilities.

Like my new wheels? All I did was squash a bug, and they gave me $72k

5 days ago

Bug bounty platform reports that vuln hunters are making bank Vuln hunters brought home the bacon last year, according to figures released today by bug bounty platform HackerOne.…

Critical Vulns Earn $2K Amid Rise of Bug Bounty Programs

5 days ago

As of June, a total of $31 million has been awarded to security researchers for this year - already a big jump from the $11.7 million awarded for the entire 2017.

Ticketmaster Breach: Just One Part of a Wide-Ranging Campaign

5 days ago

A whopping 800 e-commerce sites around the world have been targeted by the Magecart criminal group so far, according to RiskIQ.

Banks Suffer an Average of 3.8 Data Leak Incidents Per Week

5 days ago

New study examines how financial services information gets sold and shared in the Dark Web.

Multiple Bugs Found in QNAP Q’Center Web Console

5 days ago

QNAP said in a security advisorythat it has fixed the issues in Q'Center Virtual Appliance, and urged customers to update to the latest version.

​The return of Spectre

5 days ago

Two new ways to assault computers using Spectre-style attacks have been discovered. These can be used against any operating system running on AMD, ARM, and Intel processors.

Deceased Patient Data Being Sold on Dark Web

5 days ago

Why are hackers selling medical records of deceased patients?

Getting Safe, Smart & Secure on S3

5 days ago

AWS Simple Storage Service has proven to be a security minefield. It doesn't have to be if you pay attention to people, process, and technology.

Newsmaker Interview: Scott Helme on Securing the Web

5 days ago

Scott Helme, the well-known security researcher, international speaker and the founder of the securityheaders.com and report-uri.com free tools for web security, has devoted himself to improving the security environment of the internet for the past decade ...

This Is How Much a 'Mega Breach' Really Costs

5 days ago

The average cost of a data breach is $3.86 million, but breaches affecting more than 1 million records are far more expensive.

Fresh Spectre Variants Come to Light

5 days ago

The newly-discovered Spectre variants can be exploited to uncover confidential data via microarchitectural side channels in CPUs.

New Cyber Center Opens at Augusta University in Georgia

5 days ago

University partners with state on $100 million Georgia Cyber Center for cybersecurity education and research.

Valimail makes it harder for hackers to impersonate your boss over email

5 days ago

Valimail, a company that focuses on preventing fake and fraudulent emails from reaching your inbox, today announced that it is extending its anti-impersonation platform with a couple of new features that will make it even harder for hackers to pretend the ...

Facial recognition startup Kairos acquires Emotion Reader

5 days ago

Kairos, the face recognition technology used for brand marketing, has announced the acquisition of EmotionReader. EmotionRea
der is an Limerick, Ireland-based startup that uses algorithms to analyze facial expressions around video content. The startup allo ...

Major International Airport System Access Sold for $10 on Dark Web

5 days ago

Researchers from the McAfee Advanced Threat Research team began with an open search on Russian RDP shop UAS to make their discovery.

Timehop admits that additional personal data was compromised in breach

5 days ago

Timehop is admitting that additional personal information was compromised in a data breach on July 4. The company first acknowledged the breach on Sunday, saying that users’ names, email addresses and phone numbers had been compromised. Today it said it ...

US military manuals hawked on dark web after files left rattling in insecure FTP server

6 days ago

Wow, so servicemen forget to change their default logins too Sensitive US Air Force documents have leaked onto the dark web as part of an attempted sale of drone manuals.…

What We Talk about When We Talk about Risk

6 days ago

Measuring security risk is not that hard if you get your terms straight and leverage well-established methods and principles from other disciplines.

Android security: Password-stealing malware sneaks in Google Play store in bogus apps

6 days ago

At least ten apps were found to be delivering banking trojan malware to victims.

Apple Releases Wave of Security Updates

6 days ago

Apple updates software for nearly every hardware platform, though one big new feature almost steals the security show.

Department of Commerce Report on the Botnet Threat

6 days ago

Last month, the US Department of Commerce released a report on the threat of botnets and what to do about it. I note that it explicitly said that the IoT makes the threat worse, and that the solutions are largely economic. The Departments determined that ...

IronKey D300 hardware-encrypted USB flash drive

6 days ago

When it comes to portable and durable data security, IronKey is a trusted name, and if you want a USB flash drive that will securely and safely store your data, the D300 is worth taking a look at.

IronKey D300: Ultra durable USB flash drive with built-in encryption

6 days ago

When it comes to portable and durable data security, IronKey is a trusted name, and if you want a USB flash drive that will securely and safely store your data, the D300 is worth taking a look at.

Adobe fixes over 100 vulnerabilities in latest security patch update

6 days ago

The massive security update covers Flash, Acrobat, Connect, Experience Manager, and Reader.

Smart home gadgets are open to attack: So time for IoT security laws? No, says Europe

6 days ago

EU's new Cybersecurity Act won't mandate certifications for IoT products, and consumer advocates are unhappy.