Articles 2011

Is Your Internet Really Secure?

Originally published in Men's Health News

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Cyber Weapons

Originally published in BNN's Business Day

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What’s The Most Secure Web Browser?

Originally published in Lifehacker

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Google Wallet Stores Too Much Unencrypted Data In A Rooted Device--Report

Originally published in CNET

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New Study Claims That Chrome Is The Most Secure Browser

Originally published in ZDNet

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Google-Funded Study Awards Security Crown To Chrome; Firefox Comes In Last

Originally published in Maximum PC

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Chrome Is Most Secure Browser Says Study

Originally published in Wall Street Journal

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Google-Sponsored Study Touts Chrome Security

Originally published in InformationWeek

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Chrome Is Most Secure Of The Top Three Browsers, Study Finds

Originally published in PC World

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New Research Says Chrome Browser "Most Secured" Against Attacks

Originally published in Security Week

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Chrome Sandboxing Makes It The Most Secure Browser, Vendor Study Claims

Originally published in Ars Technica

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Chrome Is The Most Secured Browser - New Study

Originally published in The Register

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Browser Study Sheds Light On Firefox's Insecurity (And Google Approves This Message)

Originally published in Forbes

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How To Protect Android Smartphones From Cyber Attacks

Originally published in Entrepreneur

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Top 10 Security Mistakes SMBs Make

Originally published in Darkreading

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Bring-Your-Own Social Networks Arrive

Originally published in InformationWeek

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The Security Industry All-Stars

Originally published in Network World

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Intel Chips Let Websites Check Your Computer's ID

Originally published in CNet Australia

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GSN 2011 Awards Countdown: Best Anti-Malware

Originally published in GSN

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Charlie Miller On Android vs iOS Security

Originally published in ZDNet

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Analysis: BlackBerry Outage Could Accelerate Shift To iPhone

Originally published in

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Finalists Announced In GSN’s 2011 Homeland Security Awards Program

Originally published in GSN

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Are You Really An IT Security Leader?

Originally published in ITWorld

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Mobile Security’s Future: 4 Expert Predictions

Originally published in InformationWeek

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For Hackers, The Next Lock To Pick

Originally published in New York Times

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Some Experts Urge Businesses To Prioritize Cyberdefense

Originally published in New Mexico Business Weekly

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Biometrics Solutions Still Searching For Identity In Channel

Originally published in TechTarget

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Accuvant Forms All-Star Advisory Board

Originally published in Channelnomics

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Advanced Persistent Threats Call For A Reality Check

Originally published in SC Magazine

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Cyber Criminals' New Frontier: Mobile Payments

Originally published in Yahoo Finance

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Large Partners: McAfee New Deal Reg Program A 'Win'

Originally published in CRN

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Palo Alto Networks: New CEO Gets The Channel

Originally published in CRN

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Hacker Can Shut Down Apple MacBook battery

Originally published in CNN Tech

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Your Smartphone: A New Frontier For Hackers

Originally published in Associated Press

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Apple Security Slip-Up Makes For Macbook Battery Mischief

Originally published in Beta News

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A Hacker Speaks: How Malware Might Blow Up Your Laptop

Originally published in PC World

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Macs Can be Hacked Through Battery Vulnerability

Originally published in TG Daily

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Apple Macbook Batteries Get Hacked

Originally published in The Inquirer

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Researcher: Mac Notebook Batteries Can Be Hacked

Originally published in CNET

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Apple Battery Firmware Open To Attack, Researcher Finds

Originally published in Techworld

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Apple Laptop Batteries Hacked By Researcher

Originally published in Hacking Expose

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Apple MacBook Batteries Found Vulnerable To Malware

Originally published in InfoWorld

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How A Security Researcher Discovered The Apple Battery "Hack"

Originally published in Ars Technica

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Apple Laptop Security Flaw Found In Computer Batteries

Originally published in Huffingtonpost

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Apple Laptop Hack Disables Batteries, Researcher To Show How At Black Hat

Originally published in eWeek

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Mac Batteries Could Be A Hot Tool For Hackers

Originally published in MSNBC

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Charlie Miller Finds MacBook Battery Security Hole, Plans To Fill With Caulkgun

Originally published in Engadget

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Major Overhaul Makes OS X Lion King Of Security

Originally published in The Register

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Mac OS X Lion Makes The Security Grade

Originally published in InfoWorld

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Apple Laptop Batteries Can Be Bricked, Firmware Hacked

Originally published in Threat Post

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Apple Laptops Vulnerable To Hack That Kills Or Corrupts Batteries

Originally published in Forbes

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Apple Revamps Security In OS X Lion

Originally published in Threat Post

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How Do You Hack Into Someone's Voicemail?

Originally published in Scientific American

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The Problem With Doing -- And Not Doing -- An iPhone Jailbreak

Originally published in CSO

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Jailbreak Artists Exploit Unpatched Apple iPhone, iPad Bugs

Originally published in Computerworld

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Will The US Government Be More Efficient With iPads And Google?

Originally published in Betanews

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iOS 5 Finally Brings Nitro JavaScript Speed To Home Screen Web Apps

Originally published in Ars Technica

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Firms Target Mobile Security Hole With Antiphishing Browser

Originally published in Computerworld

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Zero Day Exploits Give Black Hats Edge In War On Cyber Crime

Originally published in Government Security News

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Prominent iPhone Hacker Blames Vendors' Buggy Code For Security Breaches

Originally published in eWeek

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New Malware Variant Jukes Apple's Bug Fix

Originally published in Tech News World

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Threat Ends Mac Users’ Comfort Zone

Originally published in Financial Times

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Russian Company Releases Commercial iOS Decryption Toolset

Originally published in Ars Technica

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Cyber-Security Firm Assembles New Team To Serve State And Local Governments

Originally published in GSN: Government Security News

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Gaining Awareness To Prevent Social Engineering Techniques, Attacks

Originally published in SearchSecurityChannel

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A 'Smart' Grid Will Expose Utilities to Smart Computer Hackers

Originally published in The New York Times

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Whitehats Pierce Giant Hole In Microsoft Security Shield

Originally published in The Register

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Businesses Warn Customers After Massive Email Security Breach

Originally published in 9News Colorado (NBC)

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Customized, Stealthy Malware Growing Pervasive

Originally published in CSO Magazine

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Accuvant Creates Federal Unit To Increase Cyber Sales

Originally published in Washington Technology

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