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Enforcement of SWIFT security still questionable

New SWIFT security policy will mandate baseline controls for banking partners, but experts are unsure how effectively the changes can be enforced.

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Why cloud data breach settlements come up short

Data breach compensation amounts often fall short of covering the actual damages, especially in a cloud breach. Expert Frank Siemons discusses data breach settlement options.


IOS vulnerability exposes backups, keychain data

A Russian cyberforensics firm discovered a password-verification flaw in iOS 10 that leaves local backups exposed, allowing hackers to obtain passwords and other valuable data.


Record-setting DDoS attacks unleashed on several targets

A series of potent, record-setting DDoS attacks hit several targets last week and apparently used IoT malware to infect and leverage a large number of internet connect devices.

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    Physical security is the protection of people and systems from damage or loss due to physical events such as fire, flood, disasters, crimes or accidents.

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    buffer overflow

    A buffer overflow occurs when a program attempts to write more data to a fixed length block of memory, or buffer, than the buffer is allocated to hold. Buffer overflow exploits may enable remote execution of malicious code or denial of service ...

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    Don't rush to buy the newest cybersecurity products

    Having the latest cybersecurity products isn't always the best way to approach security. Expert Mike O. Villegas explains why and how to deal with pressure to buy new.

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