Headlines for Security
Mobile Payment Fraud Is a Growing Problem
As mobile payment solutions continue to become more widely used, mobile payment fraud is a growing concern.
New version of AVG Zen Delivers Family-Focused Security Service to Telcos

Baramundi Showcases Their Secure Client and Mobile Device Management at CeBIT

World-Class IT security experts Gather at CeBIT

Interac debit card fraud losses fall to record low
Interac survey also shows that payment card security remains top-of-mind for Canadians  
DB Networks Named to the Cybersecurity 500

High Tech WORMdisk Solution Prevents Equation Cyber Spying Attack

To Combat Fraud, Visa Wants To Track Your Smartphone

Six Essential Steps for Securing Your Data

NetDiligence Debuts Cyber Risk Summit in Canada
One Day Educational Program Focuses on Emerging Cyber & Privacy Issues  
Absolute Software Introduces Device Freeze Offline Policy
Absolute Computrace delivers automated security capabilities for offline devices  
Are You a Hack Waiting To Happen? Boss Wants To Know
Data show phishing emails are more and more common as entry points for hackers.
Obama urges executives to cooperate more against cyber attacks

Facebook Launches Threat-Sharing Platform To Combat Cybercrime
Social media giant Facebook is aiming to take a bite out of cybercrime. To that end, it has built another social network. Sort of.
Obama heads to Silicon Valley to discuss hacking threats with CEOs

IBM Security Finds Over 60 Percent of Popular Dating Apps Vulnerable to Hackers
 Half of Enterprises Analyzed by IBM Have Employees Accessing Dating Apps on Work Mobile Devices, IBM offers Tips to Consumers and Businesses to Defend Themselves
MetricStream ComplianceOnline.com and Unified Compliance Announce New Cybersecurity Hub
he Hub will be the first of its kind, enabling companies to quickly scope, define and maintain all major cybersecurity requirements and frameworks in one place  
Security Researcher Publishes 10 Million Passwords, Usernames
Geez people, it wasn't a password leak." That exasperated tweet was sent out Tuesday by IT security analyst and author Mark Burnett, who sparked an uproar on the Internet a day earlier by posting a publicly-accessible database of 10 million passwords.
MobileIron Introduces the First Mobile Security Solution to Protect Enterprise Content in the Personal Cloud

Google Increases Incentives for Researchers To Hunt Bugs
It's becoming ever harder for IT security researchers to find bugs in Google's products, so Google has added some new incentives to keep bug hunters hunting.
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