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Unfortunately, often in the digital environment what makes things faster and easier is riddled with cyber security risks. This time, it is about the autofill feature. Finish specialist Viljami Kuosmanen illustrated how easy it is for third parties to get private user data via autofill storage. The culprit software is the Chrome browser, whose autofill […]

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Machine learning methods are often presented by developers of security solutions as a silver bullet, or a magic catch-all technology that will protect users from a huge range of threats. But just how justified are these claims? Unless explanations are provided as to where and how exactly these technologies are used, these assertions appear to […]

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Over the past two years, Google has pressured developers to patch security issues in more than 275,000 Android apps hosted on its official app store. In many cases this was done under the threat of blocking future updates to the insecure apps. Since 2014, Google has been scanning apps published on Google Play for known […]

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Cybersecurity and staffing upgrades at the Internal Revenue Service appear to be in store, assuming Steven Mnuchin is confirmed as Treasury Secretary in the new Trump Administration.

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Server management will always be a hot topic for the data center. The more it advances, the easier our lives become. So, why is it we’re still relying on the hardware side to do the work for us? Oh sure, built-in self monitoring has come a long way, but that’s just the nuts and bolts […]

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