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  • GM Now has a Cybersecurity Officer

    In a corporate move that's likely to set an important precedent for businesses across industrial sectors, General Motors has chosen to appoint a cybersecurity officer, the first post of its kind at the company, according to Fortune. The appointee is Jeffrey Massimilla and he'll protect security.

        in Authentication, Encryption
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  • New Study Finds Ransomware Top Security Concern For IT Pros

    When the Gameover Zeus botnet and Cryptolocker ransomware campaign were dismantled earlier this year, many security professionals rejoiced at the thought that the threat of ransomware attacks was dramatically reduced, but the opposite appears to be true. 

        in Encryption
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  • Artist Receives Personal Data In Exchange For Cookies

    Artist Risa Puno conducted a casual social experiment last week, asking passersby to share sensitive personal information in exchange for a cookie. "Please Enable Cookies" asked people to provide personal data in order to receive a homemade cookie decorated with the logos of social media networks.

        in Encryption, PKI
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  • BadUSB Source Code Made Available Online

    The USB is one of the most ubiquitous devices in the business world today, with coworkers swapping them in meetings and companies giving them away as free promotional gifts. But even though professionals share thumb drives back and forth, most don't consider the security ramifications of doing so.

        in Encryption, PKI
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  • Artist Receives Personal Data In Exchange For Cookies

    Artist Risa Puno conducted a casual social experiment last week, asking passersby to share sensitive personal information in exchange for a cookie. "Please Enable Cookies" asked people to provide personal data in order to receive a homemade cookie decorated with the logos of social media networks.

        in Encryption, PKI
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  • BadUSB Source Code Made Available Online

    The USB is one of the most ubiquitous devices in the business world today, with coworkers swapping them in meetings and companies giving them away as free promotional gifts. But even though professionals share thumb drives back and forth, most don't consider the security ramifications of doing so.

        in Encryption, PKI
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