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TSB Set to Roll-Out Iris Scanning for App Users

TSB Set to Roll-Out Iris Scanning for App Users

Biometric Log-Ins raise security fears after Samsung system was cracked

CISO Survey Finds GDPR Interest High

CISO Survey Finds GDPR Interest High

GDPR (79%), security awareness (74%) and cloud security strategy (61%) are the top issues for CISOs

Citadel Developer Vartanyan Jailed for Five Years

Citadel Developer Vartanyan Jailed for Five Years

Atlanta court sends down Russian cyber-criminal known as “Kolypto”

Ethereum Hackers Make Off with $30m

Ethereum Hackers Make Off with $30m

Second major raid in a week for under-fire crypto-currency

Tillerson to Ax Standalone Cyber-Office in State Department—Report

Tillerson to Ax Standalone Cyber-Office in State Department—Report

The personnel that coordinates cyber initiatives with US allies will lose direct access to Tillerson, according to sources.

DarkHotel Perfects a New Attack Gambit for Political Targets

DarkHotel Perfects a New Attack Gambit for Political Targets

The attack chain involves whaling, digital certificate factoring and the Inexsmar malware.

A Hacker's Dream: American Password Reuse Runs Rampant

A Hacker's Dream: American Password Reuse Runs Rampant

Millennials are the worst offenders, according to a SecureAuth/Wakefield survey.

Critical Security Vulnerabilities Found in Segway Hoverboards

Critical Security Vulnerabilities Found in Segway Hoverboards

Hackers could take full control of device - changing pace, direction or bringing it to a halt

WannaCry: 25% Add Cybersecurity to Boardroom Agenda

WannaCry: 25% Add Cybersecurity to Boardroom Agenda

Decision makers in the UK, US, Australia and Germany are taking action after the global ransomware campaign

Two Iranians Charged with Hacking US Defense Technology Maker

Two Iranians Charged with Hacking US Defense Technology Maker

Hackers stole and illegally redistributed software used in ammunition design

Beware the Flames: Fireball Is Much More Than Just Adware

Beware the Flames: Fireball Is Much More Than Just Adware

The browser-hijacker should be known as malware thanks to a range of troubling capabilities.

Devil's Ivy Open-Source Flaw Impacts Tens of Millions of IoT Devices

Devil's Ivy Open-Source Flaw Impacts Tens of Millions of IoT Devices

A third-party toolkit downloaded millions of times has spread the flaw to thousands of devices.

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