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A set of actionable recommendations released by the Software Assurance Forum for Excellence in Code (SAFECode) provides a framework for organizations to extend risk management strategies to include the security of purchased software.
A little more than a week after a Federal Trade Commission administrative law judge tossed the FTC's data breach case against LabMD, the agency has filed an appeal of the ruling.
Thieves that planted unauthorized malware on some Hilton Worldwide point of sale (POS) systems aimed to glean payment card information in a breach that occurred late in 2014 or mid-2015, the hotel company confirmed Tuesday.
A data breach at Pearson VUE, the certification manager for Cisco, Oracle and IBM compromised the company's Credential Manager System and allowed unauthorized third-party access to data of "a limited set" of its users, Pearson VUE said in a Saturday statement.
By the time the National Security Agency (NSA) nixed its email surveillance program in December 2011, other surveillance initiatives that could "satisfy certain foreign intelligence requirements" had taken its place, according to a report in The New York Times.
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