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February 21, 2020
Video: Mark Wilson on Why BlackBerry is Where AI Meets the Road BlackBerry’s CMO Mark Wilson breaks down the relevance of BlackBerry, the automotive industry, 200 mph superbikes and what we did at CES 2020… ; About Mark Wilson Mark Wilson is the Chief Marketing Officer for BlackBerry, where he leads the company’s corporate, product...
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Earlier this week, we received a moderately believable Amazon Prime phish via email. The scam had an Account Locked subject line, with a warning that we wouldn’t be able to buy or sell anything via Amazon’s services until we verified our account. To add a bit more fear and urgency, the crooks went on to...
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These two groups have talked past each other for years, each hobbled by their own tunnel vision and misperceptions. Remember the old parable of the blind men touching the elephant? Its lesson is that perspective determines our conclusions, and that we risk missing the big picture if we forget that. Which, in turn, brings us...
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A large number of users of the controversial dating site Ashley Madison are reported to have been the victims of cyber extortion scams, according to the email security firm Vade Secure. This comes mere years after the ‘Impact Team’ — a group of commercial hackers — broke into the databases of Ashley Madison, the infamous...
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The Department of the Air Force has submitted a $4.2 billion unfunded priorities list to Congress for fiscal 2021, which includes roughly $3.2 billion for the U.S. Air Force and $1 billion for the fledgling U.S. Space Force. The request, which is significantly higher than the extra $2.8 billion the Air Force wanted in fiscal...
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Every time we switch on a computer, open an email, view a website or make an online payment, there are multiple new opportunities for crimes to occur. In fact, almost half of all crimes against individuals in England and Wales now involve or are enabled by the internet. Private policing These technological changes have fuelled a substantial new...
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Ethos Voluntarily Initiates Legally-Binding Public Interest Commitments that Enforce Price Limits on .ORG and Codify Strong Safeguards Against Censorship of Free Expression and Use of Personal Data Establishes a $10 Million Community Enablement Fund to Support the .ORG Community Releases .ORG Stewardship Council Charter February 21, 2020 – Boston, MA – Ethos Capital (“Ethos”) today...
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If there’s one line intelligence officials have stuck to about Russian interference in US elections, it’s that it never stopped. Not after the 2016 election, not after the 2018 midterms, and certainly not now, well into the 2020 primary season. Which is why it should be no great surprise that, as the Washington Post first...
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Microsoft made several security announcements ahead of RSA Conference, including its decision to bring Microsoft Defender to iOS and Android. Microsoft today announced the general availability of its Threat Protection and Insider Risk Management platforms, as well as the decision to bring Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection to iOS and Android. The announcements come amid...
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ORLANDO, Fla. – When Daniel Gomez received a W-2 tax form from a Miami-based company, he immediately thought his tax identification had been hacked. The 22-year-old University of Central Florida student told News 6 his debit card had been compromised twice with purchases he had nothing to do with and he was afraid this was...
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102618-ptx-cloud-security-shared-security-in-the-cloud_0.png Privileged Account Management Even doubters now agree that the forecast of the future of cloud computing is sunnier than ever. As more and more people and organizations transition to cloud services, the question of how to keep the cloud secure becomes more important than ever. Though initially unclear, as the latest report from the...
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Vancouver-based Teck Resources Ltd. warned Friday it could face a $1.1-billion impairment charge if the federal government rejects its Frontier oilsands project — a proposed $20.6-billion mine capable of producing 260,000 barrels per day, that is raising tensions between Alberta and Ottawa. The federal government is expected to make a decision on the project by...
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People wait in line to vote on the final day of early voting for the upcoming Nevada Democratic presidential caucus on February 18, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mario Tama | Getty Images LAS VEGAS — Democrats in Nevada seek to tamp down fears their Saturday caucus will repeat the botched contest in Iowa, which...
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WAYNE, Neb. (WOWT) — The city of Wayne revealed earlier this week that it had been hit by a ransomware attack. The northeast Nebraska city posted on its Facebook page Wednesday that they were is investigating such an attach into their systems. A ransomware attack holds an online system hostage unless a certain amount of...
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James Walker 21 February 2020 at 15:38 UTC Updated: 21 February 2020 at 15:50 UTC Security alert follows ‘more than a dozen’ ransomware incidents over recent weeks Switzerland’s Computer Emergency Response Team (GovCERT) has issued its second ransomware warning in less than 12 months, in a further effort to stop businesses from falling victim...
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Starting Sept. 1, Safari will no longer trust SSL/TLS certificates withvalidity periods longer than 398 days Starting Sept. 1, Apple’s Safari browser will no longer trust SSL/TLS leaf certificates with validity of more than 398 days. (This is the equivalent of a one-year certificate plus the renewal grace period.) Other types of SSL/TLS certs, including...
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If you’re concerned about privacy and want one of the most well-protected browsers available — and don’t mind that it may prevent you from using certain websites — then you should try the Tor Browser. The name Tor stands for The Onion Routing, which was the original description of how the open-source browser anonymizes its...
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Updated: May 25, 2018: JD Supra is a legal publishing service that connects experts and their content with broader audiences of professionals, journalists and associations. This Privacy Policy describes how JD Supra, LLC (“JD Supra” or “we,”https://www.jdsupra.com/”us,” or “our“) collects, uses and shares personal data collected from visitors to our website (located at www.jdsupra.com)...
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After Facebook was stopped from launching a dating service in Europe on Feb. 13, infosec experts are left wondering if the social media network had learned anything from the Cambridge Analytica debacle in 2018 or the platform’s other data privacy transgressions. The EU found Facebook committed data protection violations within the forthcoming service, such as...
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It seems that the need for MX, DKIM, SPF, and DMARC records for modern email setups were just not enough acronyms (and setup tasks) for some folks, resulting in the creation of yet-another-acronym — BIMI, or, Brand Indicators for Message Identification. The goal of BIMI is to “provide a mechanism for mail senders to publish...
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