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  • Consumers still don't get two-factor authentication

    LAS VEGAS – Telesign, a mobile identity solutions provider, continued to educate the public about its free "Turn It On" Campaign – a step-by-step instructional guide to two-factor authentication (2FA) on some of the most visited websites – at this year's Black Hat security conference. Co-founder Ryan Disraeli says that based on Telesign's "Consumer Account Security Report," it's clear consumers want more security but don't know much – if anything – about 2FA.

    Written by Kacy Zurkus07 Aug. 15 02:24
  • Darkode cybercrime forum might be making a comeback

    The former administrator of Darkode, the online cybercrime forum that was recently shut down by law enforcement agencies, is preparing to bring it back, with better security and privacy for its members.

    Written by Lucian Constantin29 July 15 03:20
  • Microsoft follows Google to crack down on revenge porn

    Microsoft will make it easier for people to request the removal of links to intimate images or videos from the company's Bing search engine if such content was posted online without their consent.

    Written by Lucian Constantin23 July 15 02:57
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  • Summer travel scam targets your points and miles

    Ah summer: the time for cookouts and fireworks and long days at the beach trying not to check your email. It's also a time to finally use all those airline miles and hotel points you've accumulated to get a free place to stay and free transportation to get there.

    Written by Jen A. Miller10 July 15 01:56
  • How security professionals monitor their kids

    Cell phones, texting, IM, email, Facebook, MySpace--kids are interconnected today in ways hardly imagined two decades ago. But these technology-based communication platforms also enable new forms of an age-old parenting strategy: monitoring your kids. Who are they talking to? What are they talking about? Are they going where they said they are going?

    Written by Joan Goodchild15 April 10 07:27

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  • Designing a secure DNS architecture

    With globalisation growing, an inefficient DNS system that fails to support the influx of online visitors can be detrimental to business operations, revenue and online reputation. Find out what you must know to design a scalable and secure DNS architecture that not only satisfies your current business needs but also takes into account future expansion plans.

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