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Archives for March 2018
Under Armor announced this week that approximately 150 million users of the diet and fitness app MyFitnessPal had their personal information acquired by an unauthorized third party sometime in February 2018. As Reuters noted, it is the largest data breach of 2018 in terms of the number of records affected. The breach was discovered on… […]
The Facebook/Cambridge Analytica fiasco did not happen overnight or by “mistake”. Users pay for “free” services and apps with the loss of privacy and data protection. In contrast, Authentic8’s cloud browser Silo was built on the trust of its users. How do we honor that trust? The post Fed Up? Fire Up This Cloud Browser. […]
This week we learned about Cisco’s pledge to end homelessness in Santa Clara, we explored more of the multicloud, and we saw how Cisco is being recognized in the industry.More RSS Feed: newsroom.cisco.com/rss-feeds …
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Microsoft has released an out-of-band patch for Windows 7 and Server 2008 systems to fix a recently identified vulnerability that allows attackers or malware to take full control of computers. The flaw (CVE-2018-1038) was introduced in January along with the patches for the Meltdown CPU flaw and was spotted this month by a security researcher.. […]
Peer-to-peer (P2P) mobile transactions are on the rise, thanks to a number of mobile payment apps available on the market. In this post, we’ll look at the security risks of using P2P payment apps and what users can do to protect themselves. Categories: 101 How-tos Tags: mobile paymentp2p paymentp2p transactionpeer-to-peerprivacysocial paymenttransaction reversal scam (Read more…) […]
In light of the many security incidents we can read about in the press, security continues to be a formidable challenge for many businesses. We believe that the move to a professionally managed secure Cloud infrastructure can help address this challenge. Last week, Urs shared his thoughts on security, and we announced new initiatives such […]
TLS 1.3 is nearly upon us, and with it comes a more secure way to do business online. We look at some of the changes coming into force soon. Categories: Security world Technology Tags: internetonlineTLSTLS 1.3transport layer security (Read more…) The post TLS 1.3 is nearly here appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs. The post TLS […]
The post 5 Keys to Designing User Experience for IoT Products appeared first on IoT For All Designing a great user experience for IoT products is easier said than done. Building intuitive user experience for one new app alone is a challenge, whereas IoT systems often consist of a couple of devices, a number of […]