Data Breaches: The Death Knell of KBA

In the 1930s, the United States introduced Social Security Numbers to keep track of workers’ wages and their Social Security Program contributions. Today, the private sector uses Social Security Numbers as a unique identifier for consumers and the primary means of gathering information on individuals. Our society is comfortable using this identifier when applying for home loans, credit cards, utilities,…
July 19, 2017
Apple Fixes Broadpwn Bug in iOS 10.3.3
In the latest version of iOS Apple has patched dozens of serious security flaws, including the Broadpwn vulnerability in some Broadcom WiFi chips, and a…
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July 19, 2017
Mozilla Wants to Build an Open Voice Engine
With manufacturers weaving voice control into a wide variety of devices, from phones to cars to home assistants, the accuracy of the voice-recognition engines in…
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July 18, 2017
National Security Letter Gag Orders Legal, Appeals Court Rules
In a decision that has drawn the ire of technology providers and privacy advocates, a United States appeals court has ruled that National Security Letters and…
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July 18, 2017
GhostCtrl Android Malware Hijacks Audio, Roots Devices
A recently discovered piece of Android malware called GhostCtrl apparently evolved from the well-known OmniRAT tool for desktop platforms and has the ability to steal or…
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July 18, 2017
New Data Shows Attackers Focusing More Attention on iOS
A new report released this morning by Skycure shows that attackers are beginning to focus more and more of their attention on iOS, even as attacks…
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July 17, 2017
Cisco Fixes Remote Code Execution Flaw in WebEx Extensions
Cisco has patched a serious remote code execution flaw in its WebEx extensions for both Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, a bug that could be…
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July 17, 2017
FCC Targets Robocalls Anew
As part of its strategy to stop unwanted and illegal robocalls, the FCC is opening an inquiry into the way that providers reassign phone numbers…
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July 17, 2017
Phone Fraud | Damaged Trust
How Phone Fraud by Actresses Damages Customer Trust in Businesses Breaches and fraud cost businesses their reputations. If you can’t protect your customers’ data –…
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July 14, 2017
FCC Looking For Call Authentication Systems
The FCC is looking for help in developing a system to authenticate phone calls. Caller ID spoofing has become one of the bigger problems on…
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July 14, 2017
Attackers Compromising Fresh WordPress Installs
Attackers are scanning for new WordPress installations that haven’t been configured yet and compromising them and then using that access to take over entire sites. The…
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July 14, 2017
Three Ways Fraudsters are Taking your Customers’ Money
The call centre is a key customer touch point for your brand, but fraudsters are squeezing more and more cash out of it. Data collected…
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July 13, 2017
Congressmen Seek to Outlaw Cyber Intel Sharing With Russia
A group of House Democrats has introduced a bill that would formalize a policy of the United States not sharing cyber intelligence with Russia. The…
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