By ZDNet Staff
| November 23, 2007 -- 03:51 GMT (19:51 PST)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
UK hacker-for-hire jailed for role in SIM-swapping attacks, data theft
The teenager touted his services in exchange for cryptocurrency.
Phishing attacks: Why we're still losing the battle against phoney emails
People deal with hundreds of emails a day and employers aren't doing enough to help, which means the threat of fake messages will continue.
Relying on bug bounties 'not appropriate risk management': Katie Moussouris
Degrading Tor network performance only costs a few thousand dollars per month
Attackers can flood Tor's bridges with just $17k/month, Tor's load balancers for only $2.8k/month, academics say.
Encryption has created an uncrackable puzzle for the real world
Encryption protects us, so maybe it's time for us to protect it. But no answer to the encryption debate is without a downside.
Hy-Vee issues warning to customers after discovering point-of-sale breach
Company doesn't know what locations were impacted, but it's warning customers early so they can keep an eye out for suspicious transactions.
Singapore to feel impact of China-US trade dispute if prolonged
Over 20 Texas local governments hit in 'coordinated ransomware attack'
Infection blamed on a strain of ransomware known only as the ".JSE ransomware."
Cloud security is too important to leave to cloud providers
11 cloud vulnerabilities that keep customers up at night.