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New York Seeks to Tame the Wild West of Bitcoin New York Seeks to Tame the Wild West of Bitcoin

Stringent anti-criminal provisions seek to put a stop to virtual currency's notorious role as the crime-cash of choice.
21 July 2014

Password Misuse is Rampant at US Businesses Password Misuse is Rampant at US Businesses

Endemic bad practices invite criminals to have a field day.
21 July 2014

Irish Privacy Watchdog Steps in as Government Site Exposes Citizens’ Data Irish Privacy Watchdog Steps in as Government Site Exposes Citizens’ Data

Genealogy portal inadvertently gave cybercriminals a head start with personal info.
21 July 2014

Critroni Ransomware Makes Its Way into the Wild Critroni Ransomware Makes Its Way into the Wild

Tor and key-based encryption anchor this sophisticated malware.
20 July 2014

LinkedIn Users Hit With New Phishing Scam LinkedIn Users Hit With New Phishing Scam

Latest phony email claims recipient’s account has been blocked.
18 July 2014

Privileged Accounts at Root of Most Data Breaches Privileged Accounts at Root of Most Data Breaches

A survey suggests that this vulnerability is the most critical in any organization.
17 July 2014

Active Directory Flaw Could Threaten 95% of Fortune 500 with Massive Information Heist Active Directory Flaw Could Threaten 95% of Fortune 500 with Massive Information Heist

An attack can evade detection and log-based security systems, but Microsoft says it's no big deal.
16 July 2014

Facebook Users Face Critical 'Stepping-Stone' Threats Facebook Users Face Critical 'Stepping-Stone' Threats

Users of the service are the top targets for socially minded criminals.
16 July 2014

96% of Organizations Experienced a Serious Security Incident in the Past Year 96% of Organizations Experienced a Serious Security Incident in the Past Year

Most enterprises lack confidence in their security measures.
16 July 2014

Banks Often Neglect to Investigate Fraud Claims Banks Often Neglect to Investigate Fraud Claims

Many believe that paying victim damages is less expensive than investing in security.
16 July 2014

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