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To celebrate International Women’s Day we invite you to this all-female splinter episode. We discuss privacy, biometrics, machine learning, social media, getting into cybersecurity and, of course, what it’s like to be a woman in tech. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Hillary Sanders, Michelle Farenci and Alice Duckett. Listen now! Source link
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A college drop-out has admitted using malware and a fake tech support company to con 40,000 victims out of millions of dollars. Former engineering student Amit Chauhan set up a bogus technical support call-center company called Tech Support in January 2019. Together with his accomplice and Jind resident Sumit Kumar, Chauhan ran the center from the...
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New research from HackerOne has revealed that hackers believe the technology industry is the least secure industry. The pen test and bug bounty platform collected data from over 3150 individuals who have successfully reported one or more valid security vulnerability on HackerOne, compiling it’s findings into the The 2020 Hacker Report. Of those polled, 18% said that...
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At The European Information Security Summit in London, Dr Stephanie Hare, author of the forthcoming book Technology Ethics, reflected on the need for ethical frameworks in technology. Technology ethics engages with a problem that no one has solved to anyone’s satisfaction, Dr Hare said. That problem is how we create and use technologies so that...
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For years, financial technology (fintech) companies have used screen-scraping to retrieve customers’ financial data with their consent. Think lenders, financial management apps, personal finance dashboards, and accounting products doing useful things: like, say, your budgeting app will use screen-scraping to get at the incoming and outgoing transactions in your bank account, using the information to...
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Police Scotland has announced plans to establish “cyber kiosks” that will allow officers to scan locked smart devices for evidence.  The 41 new kiosks will be located in police stations across local policing divisions, where they will be operated by over 400 specially trained officers. Each kiosk is essentially a desktop computer capable of performing data extraction,...
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Phase One of the US-China trade deal has finally been signed, with promises from Beijing that it will improve protection of IP and trade secrets and end forced tech transfers, although security experts will be skeptical. The majority of the headlines focused on the scrapping of some mooted tariffs on goods from China including mobile...
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The US government is planning to ground a fleet of nearly 1,000 drones it fears could be compromised by the People’s Republic of China (PRC). As reported by the Financial Times yesterday, the Interior Department is halting the use of over 800 drones that contain parts developed in the PRC.  The decision to ground the unmanned flying...
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A senior vice-president at a global internet marketing firm has pleaded guilty to a wire fraud case in which he illegally paid $6m into an IT shell company. Hicham Kabbaj worked for over four years at affiliate marketing giant Rakuten Marketing, formerly known as Rakuten LinkShare and part of the Japanese multi-national e-commerce firm. From 2015,...
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