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  • The Samsung Galaxy S5 has been on the market for only a matter of days, with its highly anticipated fingerprint scanner that will work with PayPal for mobile purchases. But there’s just one problem: German researchers have managed to fool the scanner with a latex fingerprint spoof.
  • Samsung and PayPal have announced that they will be using the S3 Authentication Suite from Nok Nok Labs to leverage the emerging Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) standards for mobile payments.
  • In the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations report (DBIR), Verizon researchers noted that 92% of the 100,000 security incidents analyzed over the past 10 years can be traced to nine basic attack patterns that vary from industry to industry.
  • Although the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had implemented and made progress in strengthening its information security controls in the past few months, a report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) has detailed that serious weaknesses remain when it comes to protecting the financial footprint.
  • Michaels Stores, the arts and crafts retail chain, has confirmed that it has been the victim of two separate, eight-month-long point-of-sale (PoS) attacks, exposing the credit and debit card data of as many as 3 million customers.
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