Phones and Security for Emerging Markets

From sophisticated fingerprint readers, high-tech iris detection, and voice recognition, we are being sold on the premise that expensive hardware will provide better security. But as some cases have shown, data is only as safe as the weakest link. Not

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Biggest Cyber Attacks

Heartland – 2008 130,000,000 affected Hackers gathered the track data from the magnetic stripe on customers credit and debit cards. Heartland is the fifth largest payment processor in the U.S. and possesses payments for Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Additional

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The First Time a Password was Hacked

On January 27th, 2012, Robert McMillan wrote an amazing article in Wired Magazine titled: “The World’s First Computer Password? It Was Useless Too” In the article, we are introduced to Allan Scherr, a Ph.D. researcher at MIT, who discovered a

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