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Anitian Is Building Tomorrow’s CyberSecurity Leaders
San Francisco Chronicle - 3/4/2015
Anitian will present at ISACA’s North America CACS Conference on leadership strategies Portland, OR, USA (PRWEB) March 04, 2015 Anitian, the oldest security intelligence company in the nation, will
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4 apps that will make your life(hacking) easier
USA Today - 3/4/2015
This is my favorite new website. IFTTT’s (If this then that) company slogan is “Put the Internet to work for you”. IFTTT allows you to make “recipes”. A recipe is made of different “channels”. Your channels
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Security software awards
CNET Download.com - 3/4/2015
What's the best antivirus software, and how can you tell? When we review security software at Download.com, we do hands-on testing, looking at everything from user-friendliness to virus eradication, but
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Mouse Wheel Accelerator
CNET Download.com - 3/4/2015
Please describe the problem you have with this software. This information will be sent to our editors for review. Problem: The Download.com Installer isn't working as expected The download link
Opera Mini PC CNET Download.com
God Of War HD Wallpaper Pack CNET Download.com
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Hacking Hackathons: How 4,000 Events Taught Me the Four Keys for Any Organization
Forbes.com - 3/4/2015
The stereotypical idea of hackathons involves hundreds of developers crammed together in cavernous rooms surrounded by empty energy drink cans and pizza boxes. There are certainly still hackathons that
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Razer's upgraded OSVR Hacker Dev Kit sports modular faceplates and an OLED display
CNET News - 3/4/2015
Razer's Hacker Dev Kit reaches version 1.1, and adds new tools for tinkerers. Razer's original OSVR virtual-reality goggles. Scott Stein/CNET Razer's OSVR Hacker Dev Kit is getting a face-lift.
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"FREAK Attack' Flaw Affected Apple, Android Browsers
ABC News - 3/4/2015
Millions of people may have been left vulnerable to hackers while surfing the web on Apple and Google devices, thanks to a newly discovered security flaw known as "FREAK attack." There's no evidence
Apple, Android browsers vulnerable to 'FREAK attack' Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland
Researchers say Apple, Android browsers were vulnerable to outdated encryption Canadian Business Magazine
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Newly found online security flaw stems from 1990s
MSN Philippines - 3/4/2015
A newly discovered Internet security flaw could leave many websites vulnerable to hackers because of weak US encryption standards in the 1990s, researchers said Tuesday. The flaw dubbed "FREAK" could
Newly found online security flaw stems from 1990s (AFP) Yahoo!Xtra
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Technology is not to blame for online attacks: FireEye
ZDNet - 3/4/2015
Summary: FireEye's Dave Merkel said investment in technology, intelligence, and expertise will ensure that online attacks become 'manageable' for businesses. Online security attacks against organisations
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Cybersecurity law 'makes perfect sense'
CHINAdaily USA - 3/3/2015
Beijing hit back on Tuesday at criticism from United States President Barack Obama over a counter terrorism law being considered by Chinese lawmakers. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said it makes perfect
China hits back at US over cybersecurity law Asia News Network
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FREAK: Another day, another serious SSL security hole
ZDNet - 3/3/2015
Summary: More than one third of encrypted Websites are open to attack via the FREAK security hole. It seemed like such a good idea in the early 90s. Secure-Socket Layer (SSL) encryption was brand new
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Brazilian company reveals security-minded GranitePhone
CNET Reviews - 3/3/2015
Sikur's phone, running a locked-down Android derivative, enables encrypted communications. It's one of several arriving at Mobile World Congress. Sikur's security-minded, locked-down GranitePhone is
Brazilian company reveals security-minded GranitePhone Sikur's phone, running a CNET.co.uk
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Video: Cyberattack worst case scenario
NBCNews.com - 3/3/2015
New York State's Superintendent of Financial Services Ben Lawsky, provides perspective on the potential for a cyberattack on banks. (CNBC)
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Phone Hacking Was Rife at Trinity Mirror Titles, Lawyer Says
Bloomberg - 3/3/2015
(Bloomberg) -- Journalists at three Trinity Mirror Plc newspapers systematically hacked the phones of celebrities and their close friends and associates for at least eight years, a lawyer told a London
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Sony Ex-Employees File Amended Class Action Suit Over Hacking Attack
Variety - 3/3/2015
Nine former Sony employees have filed an amended class action lawsuit against Sony Pictures Entertainment , alleging that the studio failed to take adequate safeguards to protect personal information
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Sikur's secure GranitePhone plan (pictures)
CNET News - 3/3/2015
Sikur GranitePhone demo Sikur announced the GranitePhone, a locked-down security-first model, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The main home screen is simple, because people can only use Sikur's
Sikur's secure GranitePhone plan (pictures) Feeling insecure? Sikur, part of Brazilian CNET.co.uk
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Were Hillary Clinton's Emails Safe from Hackers?
NBCNews.com - 3/3/2015
How safe were Hillary Clinton's emails? That is the question security experts are asking after The New York Times reported that the former first lady and potential 2016 presidential nominee used a personal
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Cybereason: A reason to watch and learn from real-time cyber attacks
ZDNet - 3/3/2015
Summary: Hackers will always get through...when they do, don't shut them out. Watch them for a few hours says security firm Cybereason... Cybereason is a Boston-based security startup that offers
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Cybersecurity company Novetta Solutions up for sale -sources
Reuters UK - 3/3/2015
March 3 (Reuters) - Novetta Solutions LLC, a provider of software and IT services to the U.S. intelligence community, is exploring a sale which could value it at more than $650 million, including debt,
Cybersecurity company Novetta Solutions up for sale, say sources-Reuters Private Equity HUB
Cybersecurity company Novetta Solutions up for sale: sources Yahoo Philippines News
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Deutsche Telekom, Cisco Announce the Launch of DT's Cloud VPN Service in Three European
Bloomberg - 3/3/2015
BARCELONA, Spain - - At Mobile World Congress, Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced the launch of a Cloud VPN (Virtual Private Network) Service for small and medium businesses. The announcement builds on the
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DMI Enhances MYAndroid Protection App to Prevent User Data Theft and Hacked Cell
BusinessWeek - 3/3/2015
/PRNewswire/ -- (Mobile World Congress, Hospitality Suite 2B44MR, Hall 2) "" With over 60 percent of Android devices still susceptible to security risk, DMI announced today the successful launch of MYAndroid
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If Preventing a Cybersecurity Attack is Impossible...
Forbes.com - 3/3/2015
The day after ARC ’s forum ended, I ran into my colleague Sid Snitkin in the Orlando airport.  Sid had put together the track on cybersecurity and he is also doing consulting in this area.  We ended up
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BlackBerry Boosting Security, Encryption Investment: CEO
Bloomberg - 3/3/2015
Will Samsung's New Phones Unseat Apple? Hands-On: Samsung's Fancy New Galaxy S6, S6 Edge Phones Google Unveils U.S. Wireless Service Plan The Russian Figures Killed Since Putin Took Office Which
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Phone hacking was 'rife' at Mirror
BBC - 3/3/2015
Phone hacking was "rife" at Mirror Group Newspapers' three national titles from 1999 to 2006, a court has heard. Claimants' counsel David Sherborne told London's High Court that journalists at the Daily
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Disappointed Much? Google Backs Down On Android Encryption Promise
Forbes.com - 3/3/2015
Just when you thought Google was going back to the good old days of “don’t be evil”, it has backtracked on a promise to enforce default disk encryption across Android devices. Google had previously stated
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