All posts tagged "Security"
IBM & Lenovo to resolve ‘national security’ concerns over server deal
The deal is expected to get a thumbs-up to close by year-end, but with IBM taking care of...
ICO: UK Police are sloppy in handling public data
Only a few forces have come out with a “high assurance” rating, indicating the extent controls are in...
International Study: 40% European organizations obstruct citizens access private data
“What should have been a straightforward process was complex, confusing, frustrating and, in the end, largely unsuccessful.”
Samsung Knox gets thumbs up from CESG
Samsung’s security platform Knox, has received a stamp of approval from the Communications and Electronic Security Group (CESG),...
ICO: Companies ‘failing at basics’ may end up paying thousands in penalty
Companies running Windows XP could face penalties up to £500,000, in case of any security breach, warns UK’s...
Michaels Stores’ security breach affected over 3 million credit cards
Michaels Stores on Thursday confirmed that there was a security breach of certain payment card processing systems at...
ThetaRay: ‘Gloomy forecast is that Heartbleed will live on’
ThetaRay explains what is Heartbleed, what is its impact, what is OpenSSL, damage control, remediation and its alternatives....
Google adds an additional layer of protection to Android platform
Google is rolling out a new extension to its Verify apps service to check on the functioning of...
Google Chrome bug discovered – compromises microphone privacy
Guy Aharonovsky, an Israel based developer, has exposed the threats posed by a Google Chrome bug, which makes...