"If a website gets breached, then consumers should be worried," he said. But that hasn’t happened yet, he said. In a statement
BOSTON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Hackers have launched attacks exploiting the newly identified "Shellshock" computer bug, researchers
It was unclear Thursday how many websites -- or which ones -- were affected by the vulnerability. Security experts said that
The internet is still reeling from the discovery of the Heartbleed vulnerability, a software flaw exposed in April that broke
ID theft protection services cannot actually protect you from getting your identity stolen. That's not how they work. They do not take preemptive measures to protect you from having your identity stolen.
As the conversations surrounding the Heartbleed bug continue to multiply, and as is the case with any widespread security breach, individually, we are often left with a lingering question: Who caused this and who is responsible for fixing the problem?
Instead of playing the data breach blame game, you need to take control of the situation. Do a few simple things every day and make yourself a tougher get, have the tools to quickly determine if you are in harm's way and have a solution in place to deal with the fallout.
While we are inevitably doomed to repeat this cycle (ILOVEYOU, Nimda, Storm Worm, etc) it can't hurt to see what real news Heartbleed has brought to the light of day.
Are you concerned about your internet security in the wake of Heartbleed? Then watch this video above to find out everything
Don't focus on assigning blame. Focus on improving the systemic and organizational mechanisms in the development and testing culture that made it possible for such a bug to exist in the first place.