A tidal wave of structured and semi-structured data is drowning the enterprise – documents, video and audio – and to get value from this data, and turn it into an asset, people across many teams need to be able to collaborate and share that data.
The City of London’s Police Commissioner, Adrian Leppard, is seeking up to £4 million from the Home Office to build a new IT system that will improve reporting on cyber-crime from across all sectors of industry.
There were 35,831 phishing attacks launched around the world in June, according to the RSAs latest report. The phishing trend seems positive
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has nothing but praise for the US National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance programs, but he’s far less kind when it comes to Google – and in particular its CEO, Larry Page, whose behavior he describes as “evil.”
94.7 percent of Americans received at least one email containing a virus, spyware, or malware, according to Halon. About one in eleven (8.8%) opened the attachment and infected their computer.
Today, an article on TheRegister caught my eye. It was also reported on Bloomberg. Two ex-employees of a Wall Street trading company – Flow Traders – are facing criminal charges for leaking trading evaluation algorithms from their previous employer.
Security expert Brian Krebs and Vice Motherboard have published articles claiming to have found the real identities of two Syrian Electronic Army hackers. However, the hackers are denying that the information is accurate.
Mobile banking continues to gain momentum, growing faster than any other delivery channel to date. Many Financial institutions contemplate expanding capabilities in the mobile channel
When we discuss exploit prevention, we often talk about ‘targeted applications.’ This term refers to end-user applications which can be exploited by hackers for malicious purposes. There are a few requirements that define these applications.
Every call you take, I’ll be watching you: Google withdraws boyfriend-spying app over complaints of privacy abuse
Google Play has been forced to remove a Boyfriend Tracker app from sale in Brazil in response to complaints about privacy abuses, as well as its potential to be used for extortion or stalking.