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June 03, 2013
If only privacy was the hottest thing since the 1990s-era Sega Game Gear, we’d all be in much better shape.
The biggest risk of mobile computing continues to be unauthorized physical access to the device as a result of loss or theft, but threats of viruses to mobile devices continue to grow.
Advanced threats push companies and individuals between the proverbial rock and a hard place.
Informing employees about best practices is still crucial to an enterprise security plan, reports Alan Earls.
Tech-savvy Generation Y workers can be an advantage in the enterprise, says James Beeson, CISO at GE Capital Americas. Marcos Colón reports.
FedEx realizes its customers play an integral role in protecting themselves and helping secure cyber space, and the company attempts to do all it can to help them.
A recent wave of a vicious prank known as “swatting,” in which mischief-makers call 9-1-1 and use special equipment to make it appear as if their phone number is coming from the home of the person they are targeting, is generating nationwide attention.
Experts from SilverSky and Adobe Systems debate on whether or not software developers are incentivized to improve security.
This month’s “threat of the month” features a Java exploit that affects versions 7 Update 17 and prior.
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