President Obama doesn't have to kick his BlackBerry addiction after all, the White House confirmed Thursday. The security concerns apparently have been worked out, even to the point where hackers will not be able to track Obama with GPS coordinates from the device. The president will be outfitted with a super-secure (and pricey) smartphone version. -- CAM
It is common for security teams to forget that chats and email accounts that live on breached networks will no longer be secure, a variety of breach responders, negotiators, and preparation consultants told SC Media.
Germany-based Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB) and Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences tested how well 56 combinations of browsers and operating systems are protected against 34 different XS-Leaks.