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Three Simple Tips For Improving Security In The Office

Security is an important consideration for businesses of all kinds. Whether it’s sensitive information about your customers that you’re keen to keep safe or the maintenance of data which is key to the running of your business on an everyday basis, security is always a concern. In an age where many offices are heavily reliant… Read More »

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Adobe hacked, 2.9 million users’ information stolen

On Thursday, Multinational software giant Adobe confirmed that information related to 2.9 million of its customers was stolen from it during a “sophisticated” hack. Details of the attacks were posted on the company’s blog by chief security officer Brad Arkin. “Our investigation currently indicates that the attackers accessed Adobe customer IDs and encrypted passwords on… Read More »

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Hackers Could Be Coming After Your Small Business

It’s easy to see why hackers love to target small businesses. They typically can’t afford the types of state-of-th e-art security systems large corporations can, especially when it comes to protecting the information transmitted across a network. According to Symantec, attacks on small businesses made up more than 30 percent of all cyber attacks during… Read More »

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Yahoo causes privacy concerns over recycled emails

In June, Yahoo announced that Yahoo addresses and IDs that have been inactive for more than a year would be reassigned. But the one thing the internet giant wasn’t counting on was that personal emails from previous owners would still continue showing up in the new owner’s inbox. While common emails from marketing accounts and… Read More »

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3 Groups Most Susceptible to Identity Theft

Identity theft is a significant concern for everyone, but there are some people who are more susceptible to it for a variety of reasons. In general, those who have a larger public exposure than average will be targeted more often by identity thieves than those who leave behind a very small public footprint. There are… Read More »

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Indian engineer gets $12,500 bounty for finding a Facebook bug that let anyone delete pictures

Recently, Facebook revealed that it paid over $1 million through its WhiteHat Bug Reporting Program whereby users are compensated for reporting any vulnerability that could be exploited on the social media site. This is how Arul Kumar, an Indian electronics and communications engineer won a $12,500 bounty when he found and reported a critical vulnerability… Read More »

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New York Times, Twitter and Huffington Post hacked by Syrian group

Media companies including the New York Times, Twitter and the Huffington Post lost control of some of their websites Tuesday after hackers supporting the Syrian government breached the Australian Internet company that manages many major site addresses. The Syrian Electronic Army, a hacker group that has previously attacked media organizations that it considers hostile to… Read More »

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