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Month: June 2017

Have you shopped at a clothing store called Buckle? If you were a patron of any of their 450+ stores during the period spanning from October 28, 2016 to April 14, 2017, then your credit card information has likely been compromised. According to a company spokesman, the data most likely at risk is as follows:

Google has a rock-solid reputation and an almost uncanny ability to ward off hacking efforts, but even they aren’t infallible. Even they can be hacked, as a recent incident involving Google News has demonstrated. In the early morning hours of June 12, the news service was temporarily overrun, and all the leading news stories were

It just may be the ultimate hack: stealing passwords from your brainwaves. It’s something that has moved beyond the realm of science fiction and into the realm of possibility, according to a joint research study conducted by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the University of California, Riverside. The research team tested

It’s a trend that has been flitting at the edges of the entertainment industry for a few years now: the idea of interactive storytelling in TV and movies. The concept was born of deeply immersive video games in which the players drive the narrative, but getting that concept to translate well into TV/movie programming has

Does your IT staff include personnel who are dedicated to compliance or cybersecurity? How confident are you that your team is prepared to take today’s security threats head on? How likely are you to be able to ward off a determined attack? If you don’t have dedicated staff for the positions mentioned above, and you’re

Jay Turla has been a very busy man since purchasing his new Mazda vehicle. He’s been spending time researching hacks to his car’s infotainment system, and as with most other “smart” products on the market today, he’s finding the system incredibly easy to break into. He’s not alone. In fact, a whole online community has

Microsoft has recently issued another surprise patch to help protect the surprisingly large Windows XP user base. In this case, the patch is aimed at addressing security flaws used by the NSA and other nation-state hackers. This is on the heels of an out-of-band emergency patch in response to the global “Wannacry” ransomware attack. What

If you don’t have your PCs set up for automatic updates, you’re definitely going to want to grab Microsoft’s latest, scheduled for release on their next “Patch Tuesday.” June’s Patch Tuesday 2017 is a bit of a departure, because it’s also going to contain updates for Windows XP and Server 2003, neither of which are

Ever since the discovery of the dreaded Stuxnet worm in the wild, security experts have been concerned that a devastating cyberattack could be launched against critical infrastructure, causing signal lights to go haywire, emergency service phone lines to go down, power grids to go offline and more. In recent months, we’ve seen what could be

It’s been long-held conventional wisdom that the safest place you can purchase apps is either the Google Play Store if you have an Android device, or the Apple Store if you’ve got a device built around iOS. That’s still true for the most part, but in recent months, Apple has been running into a problem

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