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David Cameron appoints special envoy for intelligence and law enforcement data sharing

Former ambassador to US to broker data snooping procedure between government and business read more »

New organization sets out to make secure communication tools more user-friendly

Simply Secure will identify usability problems in open-source privacy tools and will work with developers to address them read more »

Apple's iOS 8 fixes enterprise Wi-Fi authentication hijacking issue

A weakness in Apple's Wi-Fi implementation could give hackers access to enterprise wireless networks, researchers said read more »

Mastercard trials voice and face recognition mobile payment technology

Biometrics entering the mainstream read more »

UK appoints first SME cyber-security 'czar' with £4 million funding boost

Drawing security SMEs and startups into network read more »

Malicious advertisements distributed by DoubleClick, Zedo networks

The advertisements redirect victims to the Nuclear exploit kit, which tries to install the Zemot malware read more »

Google to turn on encryption by default in next Android version

Law enforcement would have to approach a device's owner since the encryption keys are stored on the device read more »

CloudFlare can provide its caching service without your SSL keys

The company said it has made an encryption breakthrough that will put financial institutions at ease read more »

Samsung drops Knox prices and introduces Knox user portal

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Home Depot breach put 56 million payment cards at risk, company says

New encryption is in place in US stores, the retailer said read more »

China says US hacking accusations are 'totally groundless'

The country says it has no knowledge of attacks against US transportation contractors read more »

BitTorrent opens Bleep peer-to-peer encrypted chat program to public testing

The application is available for Windows, Mac and Android and a supports voice calls and instant messaging read more »

Once your car's connected to the Internet, who guards your privacy?

Where you are and what you're doing in your car could suddenly become very public. read more »

Phishing attacks take £30 million toll as UK online bank fraud rises

FFA reports sudden half-year rise in online fraud read more »

Encryption goof fixed in TorrentLocker file-locking malware

A new variant of TorrentLocker fixes a problem that allowed encrypted files to be freed read more »

US military unaware of Chinese attacks against transport contractors

The Defense Department has been ordered to close gaps in how cyber incidents are reported read more »

Twitter patches vulnerability that could have impacted advertising accounts

The security flaw was reported through the company's new bug bounty program and researcher was rewarded with $2,800 read more »

Adobe releases previously delayed security updates for Reader and Acrobat

The updates fix eight vulnerabilities, including some that could be exploited to infect computers with malware read more »

Apple turns on iCloud two-step verification after nude selfie scandal

Two-step verification is not mandatory though Apple recommends it read more »

Hackers accessed Goodwill hosting provider for 18 months before card breach

C&K Systems, which provided payment technology to Goodwill, said two other unnamed businesses were also affected read more »


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