• High-value personal data targeted in 100,000 US taxpayer data harvest

    Hackers who harvested 100,000 US taxpayers’ personal data using data from previous breaches were targeting high-value personal data, say experts

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  • White House hack: By way of Russia with help from spear phishing

    The White House got hacked again, and it all started with a suspicious email. Also in Searchlight: The FBI still wants a backdoor into your software; the Apple Watch is here.

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  • Alleged airplane hack creates more questions than answers

    As details emerge about a security researcher's alleged hack -- and subsequent denial -- of an airplane, more questions are being asked than answers given.

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  • Hackers likely to target IAM warns SailPoint

    Companies should consider their identity and access management (IAM) systems as a likely point of attack, according to SailPoint

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  • Russian enterprises unconcerned by NSA network hack allegations

    Despite allegations the NSA hid spyware in the equipment of a number of suppliers, the market in Russia for western network hardware remains buoyant

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  • Planes vulnerable to smartphone-based hack attack, says researcher

    Aircraft can be hijacked or even crashed by a smartphone app, a security researcher has claimed

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  • St Louis Federal Reserve Bank not target of DNS hack, say experts

    The hacking of a domain name server (DNS) for the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis is more likely to be aimed at customers than the bank itself, say security experts

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  • What proactive tactics do you use to foil hackers?

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  • Institutional investors shy away from hacked businesses

    Large investment firms are reluctant to put their money into businesses that have been hacked and appear to lack cyber security skills

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  • Stop attackers from catching you in a phishing hack

    Exchange admins can use the recent State Department hack as a lesson in the importance of consistent security protocols.

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