Dennis Fisher talks with Matthew Green of Johns Hopkins University about the NSA’s “regret” for continuing to support Dual EC after it had been shown to be compromised, the effects of the agency’s influence on crypto standards and the hope for more secure standards in the future.
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A trade association in charge of overseeing the needs of credit unions has shrugged off the idea of implementing a data encryption rule.
Dennis Fisher talks with Andrew Jaquith of SilverSky about his days running networks in the transportation industry, being there at the birth of @stake during his time at Cambridge Technology Partners, helping to kickstart the security metrics movement and what’s next for him.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has sent a letter to employees warning them that, along with huge amounts of corporate and employee information, some personal health data belonging to SPE employees may also have been compromised in the attack that hit the company in late November.
A Minnesota District Court ruling this week related to the 2013 Target data breach has opened the door for banks to pursue damages from retailers victimized by a data breach.
American Express announced its new American Express Token Service which brings tokenization to payment card transactions.
OWASP published the latest iteration of its Testing Guide, an informational manual designed to teach developers how to build and maintain secure application.
The United States Air Force is attempting to enhance its cyber situational awareness in order to contend with “increasingly sophisticated” threats to its networks and systems.
Roughly one in five Massachusetts residents were affected by a data breach last year, according to numbers released today by the Commonwealth.
A vulnerability in Netgear-branded ethernet switches could give an attacker full access to the hardware.