Nude photos of Hollywood stars, including Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, are being shared widely on the net following what some are calling an “iCloud hack”.
Find out what’s happened, and how to protect yourself.
Are Americans dumber than Russians?
Wait. You don’t have to rush to answer that, because a computer security company has done the hard work for you, and come to a definitive conclusion.
“You shouldn’t be paranoid and try to conceal your location while online.”
Seriously? This from a computer security company?
The big news should be that five US banks apparently got hacked.
Not that someone is guessing that the Kremlin might have been behind it…
If the U.S. Department of Homeland Security can be impacted by hackers, it can happen to any business. Protect data now, and follow security best practices.
Learn more in my article on the Intralinks blog.
For second time in a month, Mozilla – famous for the Firefox web browser – has had to warn that thousands of email addresses and passwords were left lying around on a server that the public could easily access.
Read more in my article for the Hot for Security blog.
The National Security Agency has a “Google-like” search engine designed to share 850 billion records about emails, phone calls, internet chats, and more…
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
South Koreans must handle the consequences of yet another enormous data breach, this time from their penchant for online gaming.
Read more in my article on the Bitdefender Hot for Security blog.
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Should we still be fearful of Flashback and why might educational establishments be particularly troubled by the notorious Mac malware?
Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.
You shouldn’t judge a corporation by how it got hacked, but by how well it handles the aftermath and whether acts openly and respectfully to its customers.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.