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Wednesday March 6, 2019. 01:53 AM
Education, education, education is key to security RSA Despite multi-factor authentication being on hand to protect online accounts and other logins from hijackings by miscreants for more than a decade now, people still aren't using it. Today, a pair of academics revealed...
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Education, education, education is key to security RSA Despite multi-factor authentication being on hand to protect online accounts and other logins from hijackings by miscreants for more than a decade now, people still aren't using it. Today, a pair of academics revealed...
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But really it's just the start of the latest surveillance chess game Special report The NSA may kill off a controversial mass surveillance program of Americans that was exposed by Edward Snowden, according to a Congressional staffer.…
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Tuesday March 5, 2019. 11:24 PM
'Technology doesn't comprehend morality: An algorithm can protect data from theft or hold it for ransom' RSA McAfee – the infosec company, not that weird bloke – says rather than worry about ultra-smart AIs causing havoc all by themselves, we should instead focus on...
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Just don't lose your hardware keys RSA At 2004's RSA Conference, then Microsoft chairman Bill Gates predicted the death of the password because passwords have problems and people are bad at managing them. And fifteen years on, as RSA USA 2019 gets underway in San Francisco...
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'Espionage and criminal investigations... almost all of which lead back to Beijing' RSA While Russian hackers, Kremlin-backed or otherwise, grab the headlines, China remains the biggest cyber-security threat to America, FBI director Christopher Wray warned today.…
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'If someone like me can't get in to give a keynote, perhaps it's time we rethink where we organize our events' RSA Adi Shamir, the S in the renowned RSA encryption system, didn't take his usual place on the Cryptographers' Panel at this year's RSA Conference in San Francisco ...
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Plus: Reagan's model doesn't apply today, says US CSO Huawei execs insisted today that they have no problem with being shut out of certain countries' networks, even as their US CSO gently scorned a famous Ronald Reagan saying that heralded the end of the Cold War.…
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HMRC: How about a client-led dispute resolution process? Organisations hiring off-payroll contractors will be responsible for handling disputes over tax status and ultimately liable for missing tax payments once IR35 reforms hit the private sector, HMRC has said.…
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Just nothing too recent, OK? Those keen to indulge in a bit of open-source Windows in the form of ReactOS will be delighted to learn that there is a raft of improvements in the latest version.…
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One pint of beer please, Mr Barman. I am 18 today, honest! Like teenagers lying about their age to get served in a pub, tech startups are lying about their AI skills to get VC money.…
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One pint of beer please, Mr Barman. I am 18 today, honest! Like teenagers lying about their age to get served in a pub, tech startups are lying about their AI technology or skills to get VC money.…
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MPs ask for specifics, get evasive umming and erring British civil servants and ministers have been slammed for a 'Sir Humphrey'* performance when grilled by MPs on differences in attitudes to tech across government and progress moving off legacy systems.…
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Ohhh, Torvalds! You are a card! Linus Torvalds has squeezed out version 5.0 of the Linux kernel and flung open the merge window for its follow-up, 5.1.…
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About as welcome as a what in a spacesuit? It has been 50 years since NASA first shoved astronauts into a spacecraft that could not return to Earth: say hello to Spider.…
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Consumer IoT PITA to secure but not impossible, report warns If you live in a smart home you may as well take all the locks off your doors and hang up a sign saying 'burglars, free swag here'. At least that's the thrust of a report by Trend Micro into the security threats...
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Clear! Museum hopes to bring silicon back to life over next few weeks The Saints of Silicon at the Centre for Computing History have got hold of the original build of Sinclair's ZX Spectrum, courtesy of Kate and John Grant.…
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Here I stand, infosec in hand... turn my face to the wall Huawei stopped fighting metaphorical fires today to lift the curtain on its Brussels Cyber Security Transparency Centre in a move to position the Chinese company as a driving force for new global security standards.…
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♫ We were always being boring A long time has passed since a Nokia executive compared adopting Android to a boy 'peeing in his pants' in the snow to keep warm*. Nokia's current custodian, HMD Global, now wants to be Google's spearhead in getting businesses to buy Android...
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Unclear what risks come with flinging it at the private sector The full extent of how far short the UK government's expensive, digital-first identity assurance scheme has fallen was revealed today by a brutal report on Verify by the country's spending watchdog.…
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