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  • Think before you share that file

    22.10.2014

    Various file-sync-and-share providers have made headlines for their inadvertent data leaks.

  • 60% of Android attacks use financial malware

    22.10.2014

    Malicious programs targeting Android-based devices in order to steal money were used in 60 percent of attempted attacks registered by Kaspersky Lab security products, according to a survey by Kaspersky Lab and INTERPOL between August 2013 and July 2014 These cybercriminals frequently targeted Android users in Russia, but also in Ukraine, Spain, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Malaysia, Germany, India and France.

  • Cloud adoption trends in European organizations

    21.10.2014

    In Europe, the number of cloud services in use by the average company increased 23 percent, rising from 588 in Q1 to 724 in Q3.

  • Small healthcare facilities unprepared for a data breach

    21.10.2014

    While healthcare breaches are on the rise, most small facilities feel that their systems adequately limit the risk of a data breach despite one in three facilities spending less than 10 percent of their IT budget on protecting patient data.

  • The impact of disconnected security strategies

    17.10.2014

    39% of organizationsí IT departments are spending too much time managing their security network and manually tackling threats, according to McAfee.




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Staples customers likely the latest victims of credit card breach

Posted on 21 October 2014.  |  Multiple banks say they have identified a pattern of credit and debit card fraud suggesting that several Staples Inc. office supply locations in the Northeastern United States are currently dealing with a data breach.


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