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Sony enables two-factor authentication for PlayStation

In a tweet sent out at after midnight on Wednesday night, Sony announced it was enabling two-factor authentication for its PlayStation Network.

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Attacks increase as a result of DDoS-for-hire services

DDoS attacks have increased in frequency, scale and complexity over the past year, driven by DDoS-for-hire services.

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WhatsApp to share users' phone numbers with Facebook

WhatsApp announced a revised privacy policy that will allow the messaging service to share user phone numbers with Facebook.

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Researchers find seven classes of vulnerabilities in iOS sandbox security feature

Researchers across three universities have discovered seven classes of vulnerabilities in the sandboxing feature of Apple's iOS operating system.

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Three iOS zero-days combined into Pegasus malware

Citizen Lab and Lookout researchers detected an active spyware which exploited three iOS zero-day vulnerabilities.

Data Breach Blog

Data breach hits Whitehead Nursing Home in Northern Ireland

A laptop taken home by an employee of the Whitehead Nursing Home was stolen.

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Hackers exploit vBulletin flaw to access 27M accounts on 11 websites

Hackers exploit vBulletin flaw to access 27M accounts on 11 websites

Attackers used a flaw in the internet forum software vBulletin to breach 11 websites, exposing personal information of 27 million accounts.

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September 2016 Product Reviews

News SC Magazine's September 2016 product reviews

SC Magazine's September 2016 product reviews

Well, we're well into summer and we've had a short break during our two-month combo edition for July and August so let's get back to it with one of our more active groups: data leak prevention (DLP) and endpoint security.

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Speak the board's language or get fired

Speak the board's language or get fired

A communication gap exists today between CISOs and the board of directors, says Feris Rifai, CEO, Bay Dynamics.

Government surveillance from Caesar to Nixon

Government surveillance from Caesar to Nixon

Government surveillance is, however, not new, says Patrick O'Kane, barrister and compliance counsel.

Black Hat 2016

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