Windows 10 will build in standards-based two-factor authentication to every device, effectively neutering most phishing attacks and password database breaches. The company also announced new features aimed at securing corporate machines from malware attacks and data leaks.
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Much like the back-end infrastructure for the Open Graph to constructing data centers around the globe, Facebook's preventative measures and protocols have made from scratch in-house.
The supposed Dropbox hack that's really a five-cent scam tells us something important: Information security shouldn't be here, and it's mostly the cloud providers' fault.
This is your regularly scheduled reminder to turn on two-factor authentication where available.
The popular online file storage service has told some users that files were inadvertently deleted from their online accounts and all synced devices because of an apparent coding error in its Selective Sync app.
No data or production systems were compromised. A test server, accidentally open to the Internet, was accessed through a default password.
Despite being accused of being "hostile to privacy", Dropbox has announced new features to Dropbox for Business that helps businesses ensure their data is safe and secure.
Dell's Data Protection bundle of endpoint security tools now includes Dropbox for Business integration, allowing the clean separation and protection of personal and work data.
In last week's hack of Doge Vault, hackers not only stole Dogecoin, but exposed user account data.
Dropbox has now patched a security vulnerability which could give third parties access to server data without authorization.
Dropbox discloses 'less than 249' national security data requests, but hints it may have been far lower
The cloud storage service said the move to allow companies to disclose national security data requests as a "step in the right direction," but noted it's a flawed system for very few requests or even none.
Now you can be contacted if your email address appears in any new, publicly-released data breaches.
Facebook is mining the leaked Adobe file containing over 100 million email and password combinations to improve its users' password security.
Data Locker has announced a new cloud encryption service which is compatible with DropBox, Google Drive, Sky Drive and Amazon Cloud.
The BizNAS line, starting at $699, automatically acts as a Dropbox synchronization point, copying data to disks for secure offline backup and archiving.
The file sharing site's support forum has dozens of complaints of email spam. Dropbox, which suffered a data breach last year, doesn't believe it has suffered a fresh hack.
Dropbox is bringing two-factor authentication to its cloud service, releasing a beta version for users to try.
After last year's embarrassing data breaches, Dropbox promised to implement additional safeguards 'to prevent this from happening again.' Whoops, it just happened again.
Another password and data breach. Another mad scramble of questions and Band-Aids. It's not password configuration, policies or anything else, it's the infrastructure that needs an overhaul.
Bad news: LinkedIn suffered a data breach of 6.46 million passwords. The good news is you can quickly (and securely) check to see if your password leaked online.
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