If it'd aid an investigation, would you compromise an official's security by allowing these hackers to continue to act instead of giving notice?
We've reached the tenth edition of GOT(IT)! For this special date we'll talk about two huge topics, data breaches and Net Neutrality.
You know what doesn't sound fun? Missing Thanksgiving because your plane got hacked, hell of an excuse though.
A USB stick was found laying on the ground with top-secret security protocols for Britain's Queen? Someone's gonna get fired.
How do you react that a world-wide used standard that has been compromised? Patches, patches everywhere.
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) can cause security headaches if not handled properly, and this time, White House's Chief of Staff John Kelly caused a heavy migraine to the States' tech support.
What's worse than holding the record for the biggest data breach of all time? Well... Realizing it was actually three times bigger. October's certainly not good news for Yahoo!
September's end brings great news from Cloudflare, who will offer free DDoS protection services to all users. Are we looking at the beginning of global cybersecurity?
Friday's come with a whole lot more than dart tournaments at the office, let's recap this week's security news! This time it was Deloitte's turn to fall under an attack, plus grabbing a burger on the road might compromise your credit card; but hey, it's not all bad news.
The third one's the lucky charm, right? Well, it doesn't quite work that way for IT security news. Software is as volatile as ever and another one bit the dust: CCleaner.
With GOT(IT) #3 we took our eyes out of Equifax's chaos and looked up to discover CCleaner has been infected, Android reported a new malicious app attack that implements an SMS scam, and WhatsApp refused to create a backdoor for the UK Government.
What do you do when you get hacked? Aside from panic: you react. Many can relate to this: you open an attached file and bam... Your whole computer acts like a demonic force possessed it.