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The 36-year-old Pennsylvania man plead guilty to one count of gaining "unauthorized access to a protected computer" to gain private information, including nude photos and videos, according to Billboard .
Jason Hart, a chief technology officer in charge of identity and data protection with security company Gemalto, demonstrated how hackers could be monitoring an unsuspecting surfer’s web activity before they’ve even taken a sip of their macchiato.
Chromebooks have sold primarily to educational organizations, particularly K-12 schools, because of their low price and easy manageability. The sales trend is likely to continue and the device will be more attractive to consumers due to the announcement by Google that Android apps will soon be able to run natively on the device.
If you have a choice between reading this and installing a security update, install the update. But it would be even better if the patch allowed you zero say on the matter and instead just updated on its own — without making any noise.
You can officially stop calling Android Google’s mobile operating system: That operating system and its selection of 1.5 million or so apps will soon arrive on laptops and desktops running Google’s Chrome OS. The news came during a presentation at the Alphabet, Inc. (GOOG) subsidiary’s I/O conference here Thursday morning.
Chrome’s own sync engine will ensure they stay current from one Chromebook to the next.
Simple, secure, mostly cheap Chromebooks were appealing enough when they could only run rich web apps like Google Docs. Adding the ability to run almost anything off the Android app menu should only boost their sales.
Banks could block customers from claiming money back if they are a victim of fraud and it is found they had substandard online security. Following this news, IT security experts from Lieberman Software, ESET, Imperva and AlienVault discuss whether this is a good idea. Jonathan Sander, VP of Product Strategy at Lieberman Software: Banks, just like more »
Have you trained your employees to be on the lookout for bogus emails? If you're a CEO you might want to. Because it might end up costing you your job if you don't. Read more in my article on the Bitdefender Business Insights blog.
IoT's (Internet of Things) integration into the world of business, along with the evolution of ransomware, creates the perfect storm for a cybersecurity arms race.
Imagine coming home to a message on your fridge that says you must pay a quarter of a bitcoin to remove the malware that has shut if off. Or imagine the app that controls your smart thermostat demanding payment if you want your temperature to drop below 120 degrees. Sure, these are benign examples -- but what if this could happen to every single internet-connected object in your house?
It turns out most of us will do damn near anything to get a killer beach bod for the summer — whether that’s going on a weeklong kale-juice cleanse or picking up some sweet malware on our computers. According to a survey conducted by Intel’s security arm, some 88% of consumers have clicked on pop-up ads for diets and fitness programs despite knowing the dangers of such ads.
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