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Apple Eyes Fix For Chip Flaw Leaving Consumers Without Secure Web Browsing
By Kanishka Singh and Douglas Busvine, Reuters
With Safari and virtually all other popular browsers not patched, hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users may not have secure means of web browsing until Apple issues its patch.
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2017 Was The Year Of Hacks. 2018 Probably Won't Be Better.
Remembering Equifax, Uber and all the other data breaches of the last year.
Damian Dovarganes, The Associated Press
To Fend Off Hackers, Local Governments Get Help From States
Stateline provides daily reporting and analysis on trends in s...
In a recent survey, nearly a third of local government IT officers reported a spike in cyberattacks during the past 12 months.
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Report: Kremlin Tried To Hack At Least 4,700 Email Accounts Before The Election
Researchers say 4,700 is likely "just a fragment" of a larger campaign.
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Congressman Says It's 'Quite Possible' A Special Election Was Stolen From A Democrat
Amid an inquiry into a wiped election server, Georgia's chief election official said there is no evidence to support the suggestion.
What To Do If You Think An Online Account Has Been Hacked
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Fortunately, you can take action in the face of digital vandalism.
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It Isn't Even That Difficult To Hack Voting Equipment
A new report shows just how easy it is to get access to voting machines.
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States Accuse DHS Of Giving Them Bad Information About Russian Hacking
DHS is standing by its initial assessment that 21 states were targeted.
University of Massachusetts Amherst
The New Face Of War: Security In The Age Of Cyberwarfare
Student at the University of California, Berkeley
National security is a bipartisan issue of the utmost importance.
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Chile’s Troubling Move Against Privacy
José Miguel Vivanco
Americas Director, Human Rights Watch
Last week, the rights group Derechos Digitales released the text of a worrying draft decree, signed by President Michelle
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3 Reasons To Be Angry About Equifax’s Data Breach, And How You Can Protect Yourself
Look’s like the Attorney General is on it: Last night, many of us (143 million of us, precisely) had our dinners ruined by
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Equifax Hack Proves Strong Passwords Aren't Enough
International Writer, Blockchain, and Tech Advisor
Plain and simple: The days of a single “strong” password being enough security to access and manipulate your bank and brokerage
5 Simple Steps To Protect Yourself From The Massive Equifax Data Breach
Owner and Director of Research at Runnymede Capital Management
You might not realize it, but you're probably an Equifax customer.
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The Cybercrime Scheme That Attacks Email Accounts And Your Bank Accounts
Lawyer and author of Cybersecurity for the Home and Office
Cybercrime is ever present, and there is one particular fraud we all should be aware of—particularly anyone who sends or
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'The Late Show' Got A Sneak Peek Into Donald Jr.'s Spam Folder
But would you even WANT to see what's inside?
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Your Health Care Information Is Insecure -- And Extremely Lucrative On The Black Market
And there's very little you can do about it.
Sergei Karpukhin / Reuters
U.S. Senators Seek Military Ban On Kaspersky Lab Products Amid FBI Probe
By Dustin Volz and Joseph Menn, Reuters
This comes a day after the FBI interviewed several of its U.S. employees as part of a probe into its operations.
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