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Malware-flingers check out credit card data from Rosen Hotels

18-month-long slurp grabbed expiry dates, codes – the lot US chain Rosen Hotels & Resorts has become the latest to confirm a malware-based breach of...

NEDA Telecommunications Appoints SpeedCast to Build New Network for the Government...

SpeedCast to provide the Government of Afghanistan with secured and efficient connectivityDubai, United Arab Emirates, March 9, 2016 - SpeedCast International Limited (ASX: SDA),...

Will The Internet Of Things Enable Your Kettle To Steal Your...

Barry Mattacott, marketing director at security specialist Wick Hill Group, looks at the security risks of linking more and more smart devices to our...

Google Offers Tool to Help Evaluate Vendor Security

The vendor security evaluation framework provides questions that organizations need to ask to accurately assess a third-party's security and privacy readiness, Google said. Google has...

Google fixes Android bugs, including lingering Mediaserver flaw

Google addressed 19 security vulnerabilities, seven of them rated critical, in its latest Android security update.  The updates addressed critical security vulnerabilities in the keyring...

Google splats more bad Android security bugs with patches your mobe...

Good news if you've got a Nexus, otherwise you're at risk Another month, another patching cycle for Android.Google's mobile OS has picked up seven critical...

Verizon’s “supercookies” violated net neutrality transparency rule

Zombie hand cookies.Rakka Verizon Wireless has agreed to pay a $1.35 million fine and give users more control over "supercookies" that identify customers in order...

The Risk of Open WiFi on Display at RSA

VIDEO: Once again the RSA Conference decided to use unencrypted WiFi, and once again it's time to (re)learn why that's a bad idea. SAN FRANCISCO--Security...

Hackers' Next Target: Police Drones

Even a $35,000 government-ready flying machine can't escape hackers. Pricier means more secure, right? Not exactly.A security researcher has found that many expensive police drones...

The return of HackingTeam with new implants for OS X

Last week, Patrick Wardle published a nice analysis of a new Backdoor and Dropper used by HackingTeam, which is apparently alive and well.Since HackingTeam...