Transcription Service Leaked Medical Records — Krebs on Security

MEDantex, a Kansas-based company that provides medical transcription services for hospitals, clinics and private physicians, took down its customer Web portal last week after being notified by KrebsOnSecurity that it was...

Celebrate National Telephone Day by Securing Your Mobile Devices

April 25 – otherwise known as National Telephone Day – rolls around once a year to remind us of the sheer technologic prowess and influence of the phone. What first started as an...

Report finds that ransomware to be most dominant malicious software

Social engineering attacks that involve pretexting nearly tripled on an annual basis while phishing simulations show that curiosity gets the better of 4% of people. Ransomware takes the cake as the most prevalent type...

Continuing to Make Choice a Reality with Samsung Pay

PayPal announces integration with Samsung Pay. Source link

Long Live Penetration Testing – Paul's Security Weekly #556

This week, we interview Adrian Sanabria, Co-Founder and Research Director of Savage Security! In the Topic Segment, Penetration Testing Is Dead; Long Live Penetration Testing! In the news, we have updates from Drupal,...

Cyber Security Awareness: What Your Employees Don’t Know Is Dangerous

A recent Clutch report revealed that while more than half of companies have adopted cyber security policies, an alarming number of employees are unaware they exist. This piece talks about why cyber security...

Former SunTrust employee stole data on 1.5 million clients

US commercial bank SunTrust has announced on Friday that they’ve fallen victim to insider threat, and that customer records of some 1.5 million of its customers had been extracted...

IRL Analogies Explaining Digital Concepts are Terrible

Remember the anti-piracy campaign from years back about "You Wouldn't Steal a Car"? This was the rather sensationalist piece put together by the Motion Picture Association of America in an attempt to draw...

LATEST NEWS

MUST READ