“We struggle to budget research and development for security innovation.” That’s a phrase I hear often. Especially when it comes to large, publicly traded security companies. While it might seem natural that large security companies struggle with innovation, Will Lin, Vice President at Trident Capital Cybersecurity, thinks it reflects the nature of research and development […]

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A ransomware attack appears to be spreading around the world, leveraging a hacking tool that may have come from the U.S. National Security Agency. The ransomware, called Wanna Decryptor, struck hospitals at the U.K.’s National Health Service on Friday, taking down some of their network. Spain’s computer response team CCN-CERT has also warned of  a […]

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HERO Session packs the power of GoPro into a convenient, grab-and-go, everyday camera. Perfect for the first-time GoPro user, or as a second camera, HERO Session is simple and easy to use. A single button powers on the camera and starts recording automatically, then when you stop recording, the camera automatically powers itself off. With […]

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The United States is under attack and we can expect such to remain the situation for the foreseeable future.   That’s my summation of Director National Intelligence (DNI), Daniel R. Coats’ presentation, “Worldwide Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community,” on  May 11, 2017 to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI). Coats walked the SSCI […]

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The reviews of President Donald Trump’s Executive Order (EO) on cybersecurity were coming in within hours of its signing yesterday afternoon, and they were most definitely mixed. There was general agreement that the intent of the EO – delayed more than three months from late-January, when it was originally scheduled to be signed – was […]

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Nearly thirty different Hewlett-Packard Windows PC models may be recording every keystroke their owners make and storing them in a human-readable file accessible to any user on the PC. Oh, boy. Switzerland-based security company Modzero recently discovered a keylogger present in an audio program in HP PCs called MicTray. Modzero reported it on their blog […]

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