Get into Infosec Europe 2015 for free, hear great talks! | Naked Security
Hackers compromise 100,000 IRS tax accounts with pre-stolen data | Naked Security
UK Breach Costs Rise 7% Over Two Years - Infosecurity Magazine
Terrorist Risks by City, According to Actual Data - Schneier on Security
How Deniability is Covering Up Security Weaknesses - Infosecurity Magazine
Meeting the New Challenges of Enterprise Security - Infosecurity Magazine
Linux creator slams Windows, OS X, popular apps as malware - SC Magazine
David Wagner - Authors & Columnists - Dark Reading
Security First: Clarity on PCI Compliance - Infosecurity Magazine
Beam your iPad screen to Macs and PCs for presentations | ZDNet
For iPhone, iPad privacy, here's how to turn on encryption in just one minute | ZDNet
What Data Breaches Now Cost And Why
Cartoon: Spring Fever - Dark Reading
IRS Breach Exposes 100,000 Taxpayers' Tax Returns, Other Data - Dark Reading
Cartoon: Infosec Multitasking - Dark Reading
The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, May 27 | CIO
EMC scoops up Virtustream for cloud management in $1.2 billion deal | Computerworld
Hyundai becomes first to use Android Auto in production cars | Computerworld
Online Scammers Drive UK Identity Fraud up 5% - Infosecurity Magazine
Education is the Best Way to Protect Businesses - Infosecurity Magazine
Changing role of the CIO | ZDNet
Phones’ accelerometers allow you to be tracked on the metro | Naked Security
French firm behind Mandriva Linux goes out of business | ZDNet
IRS Hands Out Info on 100,000 Taxpayers to Cyber Thieves - Infosecurity Magazine
First car powered by Android Auto arrives | ZDNet
Vasilios Hioureas - Securelist
Does CCTV put the public at risk of cyberattack? - Securelist
Queensland CITEC saved, shared services to stay | ZDNet
Pawsey supercomputer secures AU$21.6m in funding until 2021 | ZDNet
Lenovo eyes top position in server market | ZDNet
MacKeeper Amended Complaint
Ads for MacKeeper refunds will run on Facebook | CIO
NBN on target for 1 million premises passed | ZDNet
$19 million Target, MasterCard breach settlement crumbles | ZDNet
Thousands of UK Government PCs Exposed - Infosecurity Magazine
Lenovo announces biannual mobility refresh plans | ZDNet
Fedora 22: Cloud, desktop and server innovation | ZDNet
La Ley de Moore y la Seguridad - McAfee
ISA presses for data to shape cyber security policy, encourages use of NIST framework - SC Magazine
IRS: Crooks Stole Data on 100K Taxpayers Via ‘Get Transcript’ Feature — Krebs on Security
Schneier on Security: Blog Entries Tagged disclosure
Race Condition Exploit in Starbucks Gift Cards - Schneier on Security
Global initiative 'Securing Smart Cities' launches - SC Magazine
Android ransomware distributed to English speakers in spam campaign - SC Magazine
Senate fails to pass USA Freedom Act; McConnell moves for revote of Patriot Act extension - SC Magazine
Check Point Delivers SCADA Security Solutions to Protect Industrial Control Systems against Cyber Threats
IRS Hack Exposes 100,000 Taxpayer Records | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Report: IRS breach impacts more than 100,000 taxpayers - SC Magazine
Making the Most Out Of Threat Intelligence Services - Webcast - 2015-06-17 13:00:00 ED
IRS Breach Exposes 100,000 Taxpayers' Tax Returns, Other Data
Fox-IT Launches Web and Mobile Event Analytics Platform for U.S. Financial Services Industry
Fortinet Signs Collaborative Research and Development Agreement with U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Workday beats Q1 revenue estimates, losses not as bad as expected | ZDNet
IRS hit by data breach, tax info on 100,000 stolen | ZDNet
More than 30 scareware apps disguised as Minecraft cheats in Google Play - SC Magazine
Securing Smart Cities: Leading Security Experts Join Forces to Make Modern Cities Safer
Profile Of A Cybercrime Petty Thief
Promisec Brings a New Weapon to Combat Cyber Attackers with Release of Promisec Endpoint Manager 4.11 - Dark Reading
Site operator sentenced to 13 months for facilitating prostitution - SC Magazine
A Threat Intelligence-Sharing Reality-Check
State-Sponsored Cybercrime: A Growing Business Threat - Dark Reading
Microsoft signs Office app, service bundling deals with 20 more Android device makers | ZDNet
Google: Account Recovery Security Questions Not Very Secure
Google: Account Recovery Security Questions Not Very Secure - Dark Reading
DR Radio: Incident Response War-Gaming - Dark Reading
POS Malware Nitlove Seen Dropped in Spam Campaign | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
FIDO Alliance Kicks Off Certification and Interop Program - Infosecurity Magazine
Cyber Threat Analysis: A Call for Clarity - Dark Reading
Researchers Exploit Windows Group Policy Bug Patched in February | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Macro malware writers tracking campaigns through images - SC Magazine
What to expect for Android and Chrome at Google I/O 2015 | ZDNet
U.S. authorities investigate fradulent Uber charges to British accounts - SC Magazine
Agile security lessons from Aetna and the state of Texas | CIO
Former Jacobi Medical Center employee improperly emails patient data - SC Magazine
iOS 9 expected to support Force Touch, just in time for iPhone 6s | ZDNet
Stuck on Windows Server 2003? Migration Option #3 - McAfee
Exploit Kit Delivers Pharming Attacks Against SOHO Routers | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
ESET Offers Peace of Mind | ZDNet
State-Sponsored Cybercrime: A Growing Business Threat
David Venable - Authors & Columnists - Dark Reading
Synology patches serious flaws in its network-attached storage devices | CIO
Synology Fixes File-Takeover Flaw in Cloud Station OS X Client | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Private cloud storage at public cloud prices: Ubuntu Advantage Storage | ZDNet
Best wearables for dads and grads, May 2015 | ZDNet
Securosis Blog | We Don’t Know Sh—. You Don’t Know Sh—.
Securosis Blog |
Skype in court over failure to hand over call records | ZDNet
Microsoft confirms Cortana is coming to iPhones, Android | ZDNet
DR Radio: Incident Response War-Gaming
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PCI Council Launches Group to Help Improve SME Compliance - Infosecurity Magazine
In New York City, "freelance spies" are recording your conversations | ZDNet
Wordpress malware: Don't let too-good-to-be-true deals infest your site | ZDNet
The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, May 26 | CIO
Charter Strikes $55 Billion Deal for Time Warner Cable - WSJ
Apple’s Jony Ive Promoted to Company’s Chief Design Officer | Re/code
Stink Bombs for Riot Control - Schneier on Security
Charter acquires Time Warner Cable in $78.7 billion deal | ZDNet
Yup, we really are terrible at those password recovery questions | Naked Security
Researchers in Bluetooth IoT Privacy Warning - Infosecurity Magazine
Hackers Spam Out New Nitlove POS Malware - Infosecurity Magazine
Jony Ive becomes Apple's first 'chief design officer' | ZDNet
Researchers track commuters using stolen mobile accelerometer data | ZDNet
Retailers targeted by new point-of-sale malware through job requests | ZDNet
Scareware: Fake Minecraft apps Scare Hundreds of Thousands on Google Play
Google Now Manually Reviews Play Store Android App Submissions
Tasmania gives AU$1.7 million for UXC Hobart office | ZDNet
'Supercity' IT spending revealed, SAP the big winner | ZDNet
Recent Breaches a Boon to Extortionists — Krebs on Security
TechOne profit down as cloud revenue more than doubles | ZDNet
Adam Greenberg bio and recent articles
Apple Watch: Its time will come | ZDNet
Planes, Tweets & Possible Hacks From Seats - Dark Reading
Internet projects avoid Brazil budget cuts | ZDNet
USA Freedom Act Fails in the Senate - Infosecurity Magazine
Unisys enters the software-defined data center market with Intel-based Dorado systems | ZDNet
Adult Friend Finder... Hacked & 3.5 Million Users' Database Leaked Online
NitlovePOS: Another New POS Malware « Threat Research | FireEye Inc
Attackers use email spam to infect point-of-sale terminals with new malware | CIO
BLU Win HD LTE hands-on: An affordable dual SIM Windows Phone that exceeds expectations | ZDNet
Schneier on Security: Blog Entries Tagged Apache
Schneier on Security: Blog Entries Tagged AES
Story of the ZooKeeper Poison-Packet Bug - Schneier on Security
Huawei to build subsea cables connecting Malaysia, Cambodia, Thailand | ZDNet
What is the Cloud? - McAfee
Encryption for Everyone: The free service that will change how you think about security | ZDNet
Vulnerability Summary for the Week of May 18, 2015 | US-CER
Large scale attack hijacks routers through users' browsers | CIO
Is 'Hacker-resistant' Online Voting Coming to America? - Infosecurity Magazine
Amazon now paying tax in Germany and UK | ZDNet
Human Services data centre consolidation nears completion | ZDNet
Netflix accidentally bills Australian customers multiple times | ZDNet
Telstra on track with decade-long Racing Victoria deal | ZDNet
The Dark Web: anarchy, law, freedom and anonymity | Naked Security
BlackBerry jobs to go from software, hardware, apps businesses | ZDNet
Lollipop brought the looks, now M needs to update Android's innards | ZDNet
Boat safely and keep others informed with the help of the US Coast Guard mobile app | ZDNet
Google Reportedly Adding Fingerprint Authentication in Android ‘M’ | Droid Life
Google I/O 2015 : Preview and Predictions |
Nativeflow Named a 2015 Cool Vendor in Mobile Security and IoT Security by Gartner
Trinity Mirror left to reflect alone over phone hacking | Media | The Guardian
Phone hacking: massive privacy damages | UK Human Rights Blog
Phone-hacker denies Coulson grudge (From Wiltshire Business Online)
LayerOne Hardware Hacking Village | Hackaday
Google Reportedly Looking to Dominate IoT Devices with Brillo Lightweight OS
Big data to be beneficial for information industry: MIC - Taipei Times
How to Turn On & Download Windows 8 Updates
Roger Federer eases into second round with comfortable win - French Open 2015 - Tennis - Eurosport Australia
Logjam Encryption Flaw Threatens Secure Communications On Web
NSA Planned To Hijack Google Play Store, Hack Android Phones | NewsFactor Network
Cheryl won't sign for X Factor if Nicole Scherzinger is hired, says Louis Walsh -
Crowdfunding Mailbox: Gekkopod for iPhone, Wireless Productivity Sign & Archer Brighton Cool Lunch Bags |
Phone-hacker denies Coulson grudge (From Wear Valley Advertiser)
Sniffing and tracking wearable tech and smartphones
Apple iOS 9 to bring new security features and support for older iphones including iphone 4s
Roger Federer charged at French Open by selfie-wielding fan | For The Win
French Open - Roger Federer his usual regal self in opener
Security breach as fan attempts selfie with Federer - Tennis - Eurosport
Want cheaper wireless service? Patience is a virtue - CNE