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RSA 2015: Keynote addresses online safety risks to increasingly connected youths

RSA 2015: Keynote addresses online safety risks to increasingly connected youths

Technology can't replace the value of online safety education, the key to keeping kids out of predators' paths, panelists shared.

RSA 2015: Convenience said to be the weakest link in mobile phone security

RSA 2015: Convenience said to be the weakest link in mobile phone security

The biggest risk to security in the mobile channel is the convenience with which users can engage in risky activities such as downloading malicious software and divulging personal details.

RSA 2015: Bug bounties - accepted but concerns remain

RSA 2015: Bug bounties - accepted but concerns remain

Bug bounties often get results quicker than in-house teams and pen testers - but concerns remain that there may be unintended consequences.

European firms targeted by CozyDuke APT

European firms targeted by CozyDuke APT

European and Asian organisations were targeted by the CozyDuke advanced persistent threat (APT) attack, revealed an executive with Kaspersky Lab.

Features

ICYMI: SSL and Magento flaws, APT gangs & the breach blame game

ICYMI: SSL and Magento flaws, APT gangs & the breach blame game

This week's ICYMI column looks at the top stories on SC from the last week, from the breach blame game and Anonymous hackers to the discovery and patching of critical SSL and Magento flaws.

ICYMI: Anonymous targets ISIS, 'advanced' attacks & TV takeover

ICYMI: Anonymous targets ISIS, 'advanced' attacks & TV takeover

This week's In Case You Missed It column looks the top stories on SC from the past week, including an online battle between Anonymous and ISIS, a takeover of a French TV network and demystifying claims of 'advanced' cyber-attacks.

ICYMI: Thieving Chrome, 'illegal' Facebook & police fighting tech firms

ICYMI: Thieving Chrome, 'illegal' Facebook & police fighting tech firms

The latest ICYMI looks at data-scraping Chrome extensions, Facebook privacy and common cyber-security failings.

Opinion

Governments need to protect industry from cyber-espionage - and some do

Governments need to protect industry from cyber-espionage - and some do

Public-private partnerships in cyber-security are needed with governments helping protect their private sector from cyber-espionage - as demonstrated in Finland and Israel

Attention, criminals: DMARC will not get your spam delivered

Attention, criminals: DMARC will not get your spam delivered

Time to set the record straight on email authentication: DMARC won't get spam into the inbox, says Rob Holmes

Securing data where it matters most

Securing data where it matters most

Building a database security strategy is the first step for a company in ensuring security has been addressed inside out says Alan Hartwell.