MonthJanuary 2018

10 Costs Your Cyber Insurance Policy May Not Cover

All the things you might think are covered but that don't actually fall under most policies.

10 Costs Your Cyber Insurance Policy May Not Cover

All the things you might think are covered but that don't actually fall under most policies.

Dark Caracal Campaign Breaks New Ground with Focus on Mobile Devices

This is the first known global-scale campaign primarily focused on stealing data from Android devices, Lookout and EFF say.

Fallout from Rushed Patching for Meltdown, Spectre

Not all systems require full patching for the flaws right now, anyway, experts say.

Mingis on Tech: 2018 and the Blockchain bubble

If 2017 was the year blockchain swept the tech industry with the potential to disrupt a variety of verticals -- FinTech, healthcare and shipping – 2018 is already shaping up to be the breakout year for the distributed ledger technology.

Case in point: Maersk and IBM announced earlier this month that they've joined forces to create a new company focused on building a blockchain-based electronic shipping platform. According to Maersk, the platform would effectively supplant an archaic system that now relies on legacy technology, and paper, to track shipments around the world – something that could save billions of dollars.

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Mingis on Tech: 2018 – the year blockchain breaks out

Blockchain continues to evolve and grow, as more companies test it out. It's now seen as the heart of a new global shipping platform that could save companies billions of dollars and as the underpinning for a P2P cloud storage endeavor.

Less than 10% of Gmail Users Employ Two-Factor Authentication

Google software engineer reveals lack of user adoption for stronger authentication.

5 Steps to Better Security in Hybrid Clouds

Following these tips can improve your security visibility and standardize management across hybrid environments.

Satori Botnet Malware Now Can Infect Even More IoT Devices

Latest version targets systems running ARC processors.

Intel Says to Stop Applying Problematic Spectre, Meltdown Patch

Cause of reboot problems with its Broadwell and Haswell microprocessor patching now identified, the chipmaker said.