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A security researcher claims that all Fortune 500 companies have been hacked
Economic Times

A security researcher claims that all Fortune 500 companies ha...

In 2014, hackers broke into users iCloud accounts, stealing nude photos and posting them online. Mikko Hypponen, the chief research officer at F-Secure Oyj, claimed in an interview with Bloomberg that all Fortune 500 companies have experienced ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago

Dell Found to Be Pre-Installing Root Certificate on Its PCs

"Dell seems to be repeating the Lenovo Superfish fiasco," Mikko Hypponen, Chief Research Officer at F-Secure told Gadgets… Leading PC manufacturer Dell is being accused of shipping its desktops and laptops with a self-signed digital ...
 MyInforms4 days ago Second Root Certificate, Tracking Issue Found on Dell PCs  Security Week3 days ago Dell Confirms Loophole on Its PCs Can Let Hackers Snoop on You  NDTV4 days ago Dell computers shipping with potentially dangerous root certificate authority  CIO Magazine5 days ago
Times of India

Microsoft sheds reputation as easy mark for hackers

[...] Microsoft has cleaned up its act, even impressing security specialists like Mikko Hypponen, the chief research officer for F-Secure, a Finnish security company, who used to cringe at Microsoft's practices. [...] episodes of online hacking have ...
 MyInforms1 week ago Microsoft Sheds Reputation as an Easy Mark for Hackers  Linux.com1 week ago Nick Wingfield: Microsoft no more an easy mark for hackers  Business Standard India1 week ago Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella makes new push on cybersecurity  Times of India1 week ago
Tech Times

Microsoft Chief Satya Nadella Talks About Adopting Operational Security Posture

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said that the increasing reliance of businesses on the cloud and on mobile devices are forcing them to have a constant "operational security posture," as the enterprises are under constant attack. (Photo : Stephen ...
 Tech Times1 week ago Making security a priority, Microsoft reverses reputation  MyInforms1 week ago By spending $1 billion a year on security, Microsoft went from 'worst' to 'best'  Yahoo! Finance UK and Ireland1 week ago
Bidness Etc

Is Microsoft Corporation Software Safe Enough?

With cloud enterprises and the whole Internet of Things leading today's IT industry, security concerns are now given utmost importance. Thankfully, the maker of the most common computer OS has now moved on to address such security concerns. The ...
 Bidness Etc1 week ago
Business Insider UK

Microsoft doubled down on security — and it worked

REUTERS/Ruben Sprich Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft Corporation, gestures during the session The Future of the Digital Economy in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos January 22, 2015. Microsoft has increased its focus on information ...
 BusinessInsider.sg1 week ago
International Business Times

Why Hasn't ISIS Successfully Attacked The US? Effective Intelligence Sharing, But Lone Wolf Attacks Remain A Threat

The terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night put the western world on high alert, but it also begged a question:why France, again-The U.S. isthe highestprofile target for Islamic State group, and the most frequent target of its threats . So why ...
 International Business Times1 week ago

Will Big Data lead to Big Brother?

The Stasi dreamed of computers combining and cross-referencing all the data they had collected to tease out new information they would otherwise have missed. Computers were faster than humans, more precise "and the mass of data you could deal with ...
 BBC1 week ago
Computerworld Australia

Sony BMG Rootkit Scandal: 10 Years Later

Object lessons from infamous 2005 Sony BMG rootkit security/privacy incident are many -- and Sony's still paying a price for its ham-handed DRM overreach today. Ben Edelman/Wikipedia A warning pops up on computer screen about Sony BMG rootkit on ...
 Computerworld Australia1 month ago

TalkTalk Attack Shows Firms Have No Place to Hide From Hackers

TalkTalk Telecom Plc wouldn't be at the top of anyone's list of likely targets for sophisticated computer hackers. The provider of inexpensive broadband packages has less than one-twentieth the revenue of Vodafone Group Plc, little of the ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago
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