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News and Articles About Security
Obama to Propose New Laws to Protect Consumer Data, Privacy
The laws are aimed at protecting Americans and the trail of data they leave on smart phones, computers and other devices.
EMV, CNP, OMG: Big Things Are on the Way in 2015 for Financial Tech
Credit and debit cards may get a little safer, but theft online will grow. And Bitcoin still won't gain big traction.
Lessons We Can Take From the Battlefield to Bolster Cybersecurity
What makes sense for defense in the real world is just as good an idea in the virtual world.
Apple Releases First Automatic Security Update
The update, which will help Mac users defend against newly identified bugs, is the first update that requires no user involvement.
Why Franchisees Are on Cybercriminals' Radar
With big-name corporations making headlines for data breaches, small franchisees may feel like they wouldn't be a target for hackers. This couldn't be further from the truth.
Obama Classifies Sony Hack as Cyber Vandalism, Not 'Act of War'
The president says the massive hack was a 'very costly' event.
Staples Data Breach May Have Hit More Than 1 Million Customers
New details have been released about the retailer's October breach.
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FBI: North Korean Government Was Indeed Responsible for Sony Hack
The U.S. officially says the tools and infrastructure used in the attack were similar to previous activity from North Korea.
Uber Says Only Some Employees Have Access to 'God View'
The tool was also shown to some third parties in a presentation view, the on-demand car service said.
More Than 100,000 WordPress Websites Reportedly Infected by Russian Malware
Google has already flagged 11,000 malicious domains -- though it is likely that many more than that have been compromised by a mysterious virus called 'SoakSoak.'
Uber and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Month
San Francisco and Los Angeles are suing the ridesharing service, the latest events in what's shaping up to be a trying time for the company
Internet of Things
Intel Unveils Platform to Simplify Connectivity of Products
The tech giant wants to make it easier for companies to create Internet-connected smart products using its chips, security and software.
North Korea Says Its Supporters May Be Behind Sony Attack
The country says accusations that it was to blame are nothing but 'wild rumor.'
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