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  • Insider incidents and high-profile crimes increasing

    01.10.2014

    The number of reported security incidents rose 48 percent this year to 42.8 million which is the equivalent of 117,339 attacks per day.

  • Businesses are deprioritizing information security

    11.07.2014

    Businesses are deprioritizing information security and decreasing their investment in the destruction of confidential information, according to Shred-it.

  • Global cost of data breach goes up by 15 percent

    05.05.2014

    The average consolidated total cost of a data breach increased 15 percent in the last year to $3.5 million, say the results of Ponemon Institute's ninth annual Cost of Data Breach Study: Global Analysis report (registration required).

  • Sales drop as corporate data breaches rise

    01.05.2014

    Consumers avoid doing business with a breached organization at an alarming rate, according to a new study commissioned by Identity Finder, the results of which were revealed at Infosecurity Europe 2014.

  • Mozilla offers $10,000 for bugs in its new cert verification library

    28.04.2014

    In the wake of the recent discoveries of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug and the SSL "gotofail" bug, Mozilla has announced a new and topical bug bounty program: it offers $10,000 to any researcher that discovers and responsibly reports critical security flaws in a new certificate verification library that will soon be implemented in the company's products.




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People will do anything for free Wi-Fi

Posted on 30 September 2014.  |  A new Wi-Fi investigation conducted on the streets of London shows that consumers carelessly use public Wi-Fi without regard for their personal privacy.


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