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Slowly, but firmly, digital security replaces cyber-security. Some may experience surprise or confusion. More articles, more companies’ resources and presentations use the new term instead of the traditional one. What is going on? How does digital security differ from cyber-security? Most importantly, what new elements does it bring? We will try to explore this together […]

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This past weekend, November 26 and 27, people traveling on the San Francisco Municipal Railway were surprised to find out that they didn’t have to pay for their rides. Everyone rode free both days. A socialist dream come true? Nope. The SF Municipal Railway, aka the Muni, lost the ability to sell tickets because it […]

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One year ago, 14 people were killed and 22 injured by a husband-and-wife pair of domestic terrorists who attacked a training session of government employees in San Bernardino, Calif. Although the perpetrators were killed in a gun battle with law enforcement within hours of the attack, the FBI’s interest in one terrorist’s iPhone precipitated a […]

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Amazon Web Services is trying to help protect its customers with a new service aimed at mitigating DDoS impacts. It’s called Shield, and the free entry-level tier is enabled by default for all web applications running on AWS, starting on Wednesday. Werner Vogels, the CTO of Amazon.com, unveiled the service at AWS’ re:Invent conference in […]

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Visa and Mastercard separately announced Thursday they will delay by three years — to Oct. 1, 2020 — the mandated date for implementing chip card payments at millions of automated fuel pumps in the U.S. The move comes after years of concerns by merchants about the implementation of chip cards at payment terminals at millions […]

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