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Will YouTube HTML5 transition mean the end of Flash security issues?

News roundup: YouTube announced it has stopped using Flash by default in favor of HTML5. Is this the long-awaited end for Flash? Plus: Java was the riskiest software in 2014; BEC scam cost $215 last year; NFL data interceptions.

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Apple eyes cloud storage for Touch ID biometric data

According to a new patent application, Apple is looking to expand its Touch ID biometric verification system through the cloud. But will the biometric data be secure?

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The top multifactor authentication products

Multifactor authentication can be a critical component of an enterprise security strategy. Here's a look at the top MFA products in the industry.

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Hybrid DDoS prevention emerges to counter variety of DDoS attacks

As DDoS attacks get bigger, more frequent, and more varied, new hybrid and cloud-based DDoS prevention methods are emerging, but some fear too much automation in DDoS defense may result in a loss of control.

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    FTC takes hands-off approach to IoT security

    An FTC report urges vendors to be proactive in creating Internet of Things security and privacy controls, while a Tripwire survey shows IoT devices are a growing corporate risk.

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    Critical Linux vulnerability poses remote exploit risk

    A critical Linux vulnerability, called GHOST, has been found to affect glibc versions released since 2000, and could pose a remote exploit risk on many Linux systems.

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    Adobe patches another zero-day flaw in Flash

    Adobe's latest Flash zero day patch came Saturday, just two days after reports that the vulnerability was being exploited by drive-by-download attacks.

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