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Cisco Announces Intentions to Purchase Neophasis

December 11, 2014 Chris Crum

Cisco announced that it intends to acquire Neohapsis, a company which offers network, cloud, and app security, as well as IT risk and compliance services. Cisco says it will use the acquisition to help customers build security capabilities and overcome operational and technical vulnerabilities, as well as “achieve a comprehensive […]

Messaging Apps Are Terribly Insecure

November 13, 2014 Josh Wolford

It’s likely that every single day, you use a messaging app to communicate with friends and family. It’s also likely that the messaging app you’re using is unequipped to protect your privacy.

Dropbox Says They Haven’t Been Hacked

October 16, 2014 Chris Crum

According to reports, hundreds of Dropbox usernames and passwords were leaked online as a preview to a larger alleged leak of 7 million accounts. As The Next Web reports, a thread appeared on reddit pointing to files with the leaked account details, saying, “Here is another batch of Hacked Dropbox […]

What’s the Real Story with The Heartbleed Security Hole?

April 17, 2014 Dave Taylor

The Heartbleed bug (known as CVE-2014-0160) is a very serious bug in the openSSL library, which is the security library used to secure communications between computers for many different reasons – examples of openSSL usage include SSL certificates used one webservers (the padlock which indicates an encrypted connection), TLS communications […]

Mobile Hardware Security Estimated To Earn $1 Billion This Year

January 30, 2014 Sean Patterson

As the world becomes more connected, the inherent security flaws in our global network have been highlighted by security professionals, criminals, and national governments alike. With software security still struggling to stay ahead of hackers and government mandates, more and more businesses are turning to hardware-level security.