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Tesla Fixes Security Bugs After Claims of Model S Hack
Tesla

Tesla Fixes Security Bugs After Claims of Model S Hack

The company said it pushed out an over-the-air update to automatically update software on its vehicles within 10 days of learning about the bugs.
Thinking About Smart Keys? Don't Make These 4 Mistakes.
Tools

Thinking About Smart Keys? Don't Make These 4 Mistakes.

Be cautious when choosing the best security technology for your devices.
FBI Director, Again, Says You Should Tape Over Your Webcam
Security

FBI Director, Again, Says You Should Tape Over Your Webcam

James Comey compared the practice to locking your door.
Rose Leadem
The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Defense
Cybersecurity

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Cyber Defense

A new AI cybersecurity platform could mark the next evolutionary phase in cyber defense.
Edward Jones
5 Types of Employees Often Targeted By Phishing Attacks
Cybersecurity

5 Types of Employees Often Targeted By Phishing Attacks

Different kinds of phishing victims usually see different lures and techniques used to land them.
Jack Danahy
5 Fundamental Best Practices for Enterprise Security
Security

5 Fundamental Best Practices for Enterprise Security

The importance of data integrity can't be overstated. Complacency risks the downfall.
Felix Tarcomnicu
Using an Old Dropbox Password? Time for a Update.
Dropbox

Using an Old Dropbox Password? Time for a Update.

Dropbox is ensuring that a batch of leaked login credentials don't affect your account security.
Security Hack: Why You Need to Update Your iPhone Right Now
Apple

Security Hack: Why You Need to Update Your iPhone Right Now

Apple issues a patch to fix a dangerous security flaw in iPhones and iPads.
How to Know Your Employees Are Who They Say They Are
Identity Theft

How to Know Your Employees Are Who They Say They Are

Protect your business -- and yourself -- from identity theft.
Robert Siciliano
Want to Access a Fancy Airport Lounge? Just Fake a QR Code.
Airports

Want to Access a Fancy Airport Lounge? Just Fake a QR Code.

At least, that's what one computer security expert did in order to access classier airport lounges in Europe.
A Peek Inside the Black Hat Network Operations Center
Conferences

A Peek Inside the Black Hat Network Operations Center

The default hotel network may be fine for a pet supply vendor conference, but Black Hat is a different story.
Apple Offers Big Cash Rewards for Help Finding Security Bugs
Apple

Apple Offers Big Cash Rewards for Help Finding Security Bugs

In March, Facebook paid $10,000 to a 10-year-old boy in Finland who found a way to delete user comments from Instagram accounts.
4 Ways to Boost Crime Prevention at Your Service Business
Crime

4 Ways to Boost Crime Prevention at Your Service Business

Almost a quarter of small business crime goes unreported. That's a big, big mistake.
Cris Burnam
The Source Code for Vine was Accidentally Made Public
Vine

The Source Code for Vine was Accidentally Made Public

The source code for Twitter's six-second video app Vine was accidentally revealed online, The Register reports.