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Majority of agencies not meeting goals for improving access controls beyond simple usernames and passwords
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending March 13, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
US-based financial software company Intuit has launched its PayByCoin service in Australia, offering small businesses the facility to accept bitcoin payments from their customers.
The Wikimedia Foundation and US arm of Amnesty International have filed a suit against the NSA and other American intelligence agencies over the legality of the US government's mass online surveillance programs.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed email concerns in a statement followed by a question and answer segment with the press. We have the full video, plus analysis of her comments.
Security researchers working for the CIA have been poking holes in Apple security as part of a multi-year campaign.
The agency says restructuring will bring it to the digital forefront -- and digital intelligence gathering is now critical.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending March 6, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The media creates mythology. David Gewirtz looks at how the AP created a new, completely false Hillary Clinton myth about a fake identity, how it's sticking, and where it all went wrong.
Did she do anything wrong? Were federal record-keeping laws broken? Was security compromised? Email expert and presidential scholar David Gewirtz deconstructs Hillary Clinton's emailgate.
One of the two commissioners of the US Federal Communications Commission who voted against the FCC's decision in favour of net neutrality has said that the fight is a long way from being over.
Intelligence agencies do more than just spy on you in the cloud. Some, like the CIA, use the cloud for their own purposes.
The nation's two largest telco companies get personal -- and downright childish -- following the FCC's Net Neutrality decision.
With Congress washing its hands of the matter, the FCC voted to regulate Internet Service Providers as utilities.
SIM card maker was targeted by security services but insists they only breached its office network.
After a recent trip to Lebanon, CNET's Esther Dyson stresses the importance of being sensitive to local cultures and customs when expanding globally. She tells ZDNet's Dan Farber which companies she thinks are doing a good job and explains what international governments should do to secure U.S. investment.