Security

‘Distributed guessing’ attack lets hackers verify Visa card details

Armed with a card number, researchers tricked websites into helping them guess the expiry date and CVV.

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How to Choose the Right Vendor for Your Aadhaar Data Vault

Authenticating agencies (AUAs, KUAs, Sub-AUAs) that fail to comply with UIDAI’s Aadhaar Data Vault mandate will attract penal action and hefty financial penalties. 

Ratna Singh to spearhead cybersecurity at Manschaft IT

Ratna Singh, newly appointed President to introduce cybersecurity practice and lead sales of Information Systems and networking SI, Manschaft IT.

Genetec simplifies evidence-sharing with law enforcement agencies

Genetec Clearance Now enables easy upload of video collected by smartphones and security systems. Businesses, security guards, and bystanders can share digital evidence with investigators easily.

Gartner survey says cloud computing remains top emerging business risk

Latest Emerging Risks Report reveals new threats to global enterprises as cloud growth booms.

Gartner forecasts worldwide information security spending to exceed $124 billion in 2019

Detection, response and privacy driving demand for security products and services.

Trend Micro’s ‘Virtual Patching’ to help protect enterprises against advanced cyberattacks

A non-disruptive approach to security, without deploying in-guest security agents.

Open banking APIs: Huge opportunity for fintechs

Digital identity management specialist ForgeRock clearly sees the new open banking regulations popping up across the UK, Europe and New Zealand as a huge opportunity.

What is DevSecOps and why should your business care?

Although tacking on another three letters to the already heavily abbreviated 'devops' has the uncomfortable aura of word soup, 'devsecops' is a logical, essential continuation of the devops mindset.

JJ, head of APJ at Sophos set to depart

Joergen Jakobsen (JJ) to exit the business on 14 September.

What to do if you're affected by the Intel Foreshadow flaw

2018 might well be a year Intel would like to forget, especially where its processors are concerned. It has now revealed that millions of its chips have yet another flaw, which could potentially be used by malware to steal sensitive data.

Widespread vulnerabilities in mobile point-of-sale readers

Security researchers uncovered widespread vulnerabilities in mobile point-of-sale readers offered by Square, SumUp, PayPal and iZettle.