Should your credit union ratchet up its online banking security measures in the wake of the LinkedIn password hack?
News around the hack into LinkedIn – which resulted in the theft of millions of user passwords – gets uglier.
Experts advise changing passwords at social media site, beyond.
More than one fourth of respondents in a CDW Corp. straw poll experienced a data loss in the past two years, the IT products company said.
BALTIMORE — The NACHA session opened with dramatic video. Microsoft lawyers accompanied by U.S. marshals swooped into a characterless office building in Scranton, Pa., where they proceeded to seize computers that had been used to host giant botnet networks of zombie computers that–unbeknownst to their owners–were under the control of...
Wake up and smell the hack. “Mobile banking, I would argue, presently, is significantly more secure than is online banking,” said Kevin Travis, a partner with Novantas, a New York-based management consulting firm.
Online voting, the London Olympics and attacks on infrastructure highlight 2012 security predictions from Internet Identity.
Multiple methods exist for increasing security, but password protection is a good place to start.
What’s going on with hackers today is a lot like what the ranchers of the 19th and 20th centuries faced with cattle rustlers.
A survey of phishing attack targets by the Anti-Phishing Working Group found that many of them were repeat victims of hackers.