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FCA To Offer Rewards To Hackers Who Help It Find Security Flaws
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FCA To Offer Rewards To Hackers Who Help It Find Security Flaws

FCA's move comes a year after independent cybersecurity researchers used a wireless connection to turn off a Jeep Cherokee's engine.
U.S. Agency Warns of Security Bug in Symantec's Antivirus Software
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U.S. Agency Warns of Security Bug in Symantec's Antivirus Software

The agency also advised customers to update their anti-virus software using two patches issued by Symantec.
This Expert Hacker Shares the Secrets to Making Your Travel Safe From Cyber Attacks
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This Expert Hacker Shares the Secrets to Making Your Travel Safe From Cyber Attacks

Black Hat and Def Con founder Jeff Moss shares with us five tips on keeping your devices safe while on the go.
Nina Zipkin
10 Data Security Mistakes Startups Can't Afford to Make
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10 Data Security Mistakes Startups Can't Afford to Make

With new businesses, a data breach can result in the company closing down.
Brett Relander
4 Strategies Small Businesses Can Use To Avoid a Data Breach
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4 Strategies Small Businesses Can Use To Avoid a Data Breach

Hackers are getting more sophisticated. Make it a priority to protect your customers and employees by knowing your risks and taking the appropriate steps to safeguard your business.
Adam Levin
Symantec to Buy Blue Coat for $4.7 Billion to Boost Enterprise Unit
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Symantec to Buy Blue Coat for $4.7 Billion to Boost Enterprise Unit

Blue Coat helps protects companies' web gateways from cyber attacks, a service that will complement Symantec's existing offerings for large corporations such as email and endpoint security.
These Healthcare Data Companies Earn Millions by Making Employees Healthier, Saving Their Employers Boatloads of Money
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These Healthcare Data Companies Earn Millions by Making Employees Healthier, Saving Their Employers Boatloads of Money

Like everything else, your health information is moving online. A growing class of companies are delivering ever more personalized medical advice as a result.
Catherine Clifford
Airport Screening Made 70,000 Miss American Airlines Flights This Year
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Airport Screening Made 70,000 Miss American Airlines Flights This Year

A shortage of staff and a surge in air travelers have created a nightmare scenario for the TSA, with airport wait times in places such as Chicago stretching beyond two hours.
Wearable Technology: A Powerful HR Tool
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Wearable Technology: A Powerful HR Tool

From promoting a healthy lifestyle to enhancing workplace safety, there's a lot of potential for companies to see.
Meghan M. Biro
Uber, Lyft Spend Big, Lose Big in Texas Vote on Driver Fingerprinting
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Uber, Lyft Spend Big, Lose Big in Texas Vote on Driver Fingerprinting

The two companies spent more than $8 million to repeal a city ordinance, but voters said by a margin of 56 to 44 percent they wanted the fingerprint checks to stay.
Here's How to Build a Strong Security Team to Keep Your Company Safe and Sound
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Here's How to Build a Strong Security Team to Keep Your Company Safe and Sound

To keep your baby safe, six security experts offer up advice on finding and hiring a top-notch security team.
Andrea Huspeni
Have a Burning Business Question? Ask Our Security Expert: Gary Davis.
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Have a Burning Business Question? Ask Our Security Expert: Gary Davis.

As Intel's chief consumer security evangelist, Gary Davis is looking to take your questions about security, including privacy, breaches, protecting your data, Internet of Things and managing threats.
Andrea Huspeni
It Costs Millions of Dollars to Protect Mark Zuckerberg
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It Costs Millions of Dollars to Protect Mark Zuckerberg

The costs for the Facebook's CEO security blows all other tech companies out of the water.
Ashley Madison Plaintiffs Can't Anonymously Sue Over Hack, Court Says
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Ashley Madison Plaintiffs Can't Anonymously Sue Over Hack, Court Says

Judge John A. Ross, of a district court in Missouri, wrote in his ruling that being publicly named as an Ashley Madison user amounts to more than common embarrassment, but noted the 42 plaintiffs have special roles in the case that require identification.