For all that gets written about how poorly organizations have responded to data breaches as of late, believe it or not, one new study has deduced that companies are getting better.
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PayPal patched a hole in its Manager functionality this week that could have made it easy for an attacker to hijack an admin’s account, change their password and steal their personal information — not to mention their savings.
Microsoft issued advisories informing users they can now disable RC4 in .NET, in addition to additional credential protection for Windows and that it had revoked digital signatures for four UEFI modules.
Microsoft pushed its largest batch of Patch Tuesday updates so far this year today – eight bulletins, two critical – addressing important 13 issues in Internet Explorer and Sharepoint Server, along with Windows, Office and its .NET Framework.
Link-shortening service Bitly announced that it’s ramping up its development of two-factor authentication following a compromise that leaked user information on Thursday.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) announced last week that it will work harder to try to identify vulnerabilities in smaller community banks and is planning to better raise awareness when it comes to cyber threats.
Link shortening service Bitly informed its users that it believes user credentials – passwords, API keys and OAuth tokens – have been compromised.
A study conducted by the Federal Trade Commission looked at 12 different health apps and found they sent user information to 76 different third parties.
Experts discussed the future of consumer generated health information and its privacy implications in a Federal Trade Commission-led panel Wednesday morning.
A new alliance composed of privacy and digital rights advocates are encouraging internet users to block mass surveillance and fight back against the National Security Agency on June 5.