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The PCI Data Security Standard version 3.2 released Thursday not only includes new requirements to safeguard payment data, including multifactor authentication.
A Manhattan federal court judge sentenced Estonian Vladimir Tsastsin to 87 months in prison for his role in perpetrating an internet fraud scheme that infected more than four million computers in more than 100 countries.
Pro-ISIS hacking groups joining forces behind a super-hacker team, the United Cyber Caliphate, are sharpening their skills and showing a willingness to coordinate and amp up cyberattacks, a new report revealed.
The House Wednesday passed the Email Privacy Act (EPA) 419-0, a reformation of the aging Electronics Privacy Act (ECPA) and drew immediate praise from rights groups.
The PLATINUM team has "gone to great lengths" over many years "to develop covert techniques" so their cyber-espionage campaigns will evade detection, even using Windows's support for "hotpatching" against it.
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