Crowdfunded Smart Home Device Canary Lands at Big-Name Stores
Canary has officially completed the journey from crowdfunding platform to mainstream retailers.
U.S. Urges Companies to Do More to Fight Cyber Crime
Cyber crime is probably the biggest risk facing companies across the world, officials say.
Do This to Prevent Cybercrime and Save Your Business from Disaster
Cyber attacks are not a matter of "if" but "when."
Kari Warberg Block
Avoiding the 'Inevitable' Breach: 4 Ways Retailers Should Amp Up Security
There's ample advice out there telling chief information officers how to build a breach recovery plan, but the key steps to avoiding such an event are not as clear.
Target to Pay $10 Million to Settle Data Breach Lawsuit
Individual victims can receive up to $10,000 in damages.
Encryption on iPhones, Facebook Apparently 'Petrified' the NSA
Stronger encryption has made it significantly more difficult for the U.S. government to spy on communications.
Worried About Insider Data Theft? This Startup Has You Covered.
Analytics software from Canadian startup Interset identifies activity that deviates from "good" behavior and proactively alerts managers.
Radicals & Visionaries
Microsoft to Offer Biometric Sign-In for Windows 10
It will be the first time the company has offered such a service widely across devices.
Alibaba's Latest Payments Innovation: Selfie-Powered Transactions
The ecommerce giant is taking another step into the world of mobile payments – this time, using the selfie as an authentication tool.
Facebook Announces New Policies Regarding Names, Nudity and Controversial Content
Regulating shares among its 1.4 billion users across the world can be a slippery slope, the social network said.
BlackBerry Launches New, High-Security Tablet
It was developed with IBM and Samsung.
Majority of Global Merchants Fall Short on Card Data Security Compliance
As much as 80 percent failed interim tests, a new report says.
Latest Android Update Puts Emphasis on Security
If your Android phone gets stolen, a new feature makes sure it stays locked until it gets back in your hands.
CIA Sought to Hack Apple iPhones for Nearly a Decade
Top-secret documents suggest U.S. government researchers created a version of Apple's application development tool to create surveillance backdoors into programs distributed on the App Store.
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