Headlines for Security
Chinese Hackers Reportedly Hit United Airlines
United Airlines is the latest to fall victim to a data breach. 
New Dell SonicWALL TZ Wireless Firewalls Add Integrated Protection Capabilities to Deliver Greater Security, Value and Performance for Wireless Networks
New firewalls deliver secure, high-speed 802.11ac wireless network performance for both SMBs and distributed enterprises at a lower total cost of ownership
oneweek Hackathon 2015 heard around the world

Hackers disable brakes on Jeep from miles away
An online video showing two computer experts hacking into a Wi-Fi equipped Jeep has rocked the automotive world and grabbed the attention of Congress, reports CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave.
Symantec and Frost Data Capital Partner to Incubate Cyber Security Startups
Partners to launch and grow up to 10 security and IoT analytics startups per year
Huge Global Sting Yields World Biggest Hacker Bust EVER
Darkode has gone dark. One of the largest malware networks in the world has been completely dismantled and the criminals behind it will face trial.
Adobe fixes two Flash zero-day flaws found in Hacking Team cache
Adobe has patched two zero-day vulnerabilities in Flash Player, which were released last week as part of the Hacking Team data breach.
Microsoft Issues 14 Security Bulletins in July Patch Tuesday
In July's Patch Tuesday update, Microsoft issued 14 security fixes for its software, compared to eight bulletins released in June.
Acronis Delivers the Industry Most Complete Data Protection Platform
New Acronis Data Protection Platform Equips Service Providers, Resellers and Distributors to Fuel Growth with Portfolio of Data Protection Solutions  
Enhancements to Barracuda Web Application Firewall Streamline On-Premises Central Management
The latest version of Barracuda Web Application is designed to work with the latest enhancements to the Barracuda Control Server, available for on-premises deployments as a virtual appliance.
U.S. intelligence chief: China top suspect in hack of U.S. agency: WSJ

Stay Safe By Reducing Reliance on Passwords
Mix upper and lower case letters in your password? Substitute the numeral 1 for the letter l? Throw in an exclamation point and other special characters? Who can remember all that for dozens of websites and services?
EBay Security Chief Cites Evolving Cyberthreats
It seems there's nowhere to hide these days from cyberattacks. 
Cell Phones and WiFi are a Serious Public Health Issue - Canadian Parliamentary Report

Sophos Adds Email Security To Its Cloud Security Portfolio
Acquisition of Reflexion Networks delivers effective and easy-to-use email security via the cloud
Kaspersky Lab reveals cyberattack on its corporate network that also hit high profile victims in Western countries, the Middle East and Asia
Kaspersky Lab uncovers Duqu 2.0 – a highly sophisticated malware platform exploiting up to three zero-day vulnerabilities  
BlackBerry IoT Platform to Deliver New Automotive Experiences through Secure Over-the-Air Updates

Gartner Says Worldwide Security Software Market Grew 5.3 Percent in 2014
Analysts to Focus on Top Security Trends at Gartner's 2015 Security & Risk Management Summits
Cybersecurity Report 2015. Threats, Trends and Opportunities

Google Study: Most Security Questions Easy To Hack
There's a big problem with the security questions often used to help people log into Web sites, or remember or access lost passwords -- questions with answers that are easy to remember are also easy for hackers to guess.
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