Believe it or not, by using a Samsung TV customers are susceptible to data collection transmitted to third parties. In fact, Samsung even warns customers to not discuss sensitive data in front of their TV, because it’s listening….
Web users are more concerned about hackers getting into their bank accounts or stealing trade secrets than about the NSA which is simply doing its job by spying on foreign nations….
Video from e-Crime Wales….
Security researchers have discovered a massive security flaw that could let hackers and cybercriminals listen to private phone calls and read text messages on a potentially vast scale – no matter if the cellular networks use the latest and most advanced encryption available….
We share way too much personal information online. Sometimes, information that is not meant to be public is….
There are enormous benefits from Big Data analytics, but also massive potential for exposure that could result in anything from embarrassment to outright discrimination. Here’s what to look out for – and how to protect yourself and your employees…
FireEye researchers recently published a report analyzing a hacker group they call FIN4, which has targeted more than 100 leading companies since mid-2013.
All of the organizations targeted by the group are either publicly traded companies or advisory firms offering services like investor relations, legal counsel or investment banking….
Iranian hackers have broken into the networks of 50 governments and critical infrastructure firms in 16 nations in the latest major threat to come to light.
A report from security company Cylance details evidence that hackers from Iran have been hitting targets in countries including the UK, the US, Canada, Germany and South Korea from as far back as 2010.
Cylance said that it tracked the source of the attacks to a hacker team named Tarh Andishan in Tehran….
So you’re at your favorite coffee shop and have hopped on to the free WiFi with your tablet to check your social networks, read the latest news, and maybe take a quick peek at your bank balance while you’re enjoying your latte. We’re so used to having Internet access whenever and wherever we need it that we don’t often stop to consider whether logging into a public network is safe.
There are three major ways these free, open hotspots could get you into trouble….