Twitter Looks to Kill Passwords
"Digits," for app developers, which allows users to sign up or sign into an app using their phone number and an SMS code.
Alert Logic Opens UK Security Operations Center
Security-as-a-service firm beds down in Europe with Welsh SOC
Malvertising Campaign May Have Exposed Three Million Users Per Day
Proofpoint claims ransomware attacks could have netted criminals $25,000 daily
Americans More Afraid of Identity Theft than Being Shot
Chapman Survey finds internet crime is high on list of fears
Windows Zero-Day Flaw Echoes Sandworm Tactics
There's no patch yet for the flaw, which affects almost all versions of Windows.
Adobe Flash Flaw Weaponized in Record Time
A botnet-building exploit has been developed in just seven days.
EWF USA 2014: DHS looks to Women and a New Cyber-Talent Workforce
The US government is crafting a twenty-first century cyber-workforce within government—and a big part of that involves the recruitment of women.
EWF USA 2014: Dell CIO Shares Best Practice on Winning Buy-in
At the EWF event in Scottsdale, Arizona, Dell Software CIO, Carol Fawcett, presented on how to get attention and agreement for an information security agenda, and the changing role of the CIO.
Google Improves Log-In Security with 2FA USB Key
Chrome 38 is now compatible with standards-based Security Key
NCA Touts for New Recruits to Cyber Crime Unit
UK crime agency wants to boost its 4,000 staff with more security experts
Apple Admits MITM iCloud Attack in China
Cupertino refuses to blame Beijing for major attack on users
Chloe Madeley Rape Firestorm Draws Internet Trolling Crackdown
UK may quadruple jail time for those making anonymous online threats of physical harm against other people.