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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.


How SandJacking loads a malicious app onto iOS devices

SandJacking, a new iOS attack technique, uses an XCode certificate flaw to load malicious apps onto devices. Expert Michael Cobb explains how the attack works.


Breach of 500 million Yahoo accounts occurred in 2014

Yahoo confirmed it was the victim of one of the largest mega breaches in history two years ago when information on at least 500 million user accounts was stolen.


Why HIPAA privacy controls fall short of full coverage

HIPAA controls have failed to keep up with the health industry, but that may not be a bad thing. Expert Mike Chapple discusses the shortcomings in HIPAA privacy and security.

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