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Julian Assange, Wikileaks’ founder and Russian propagandist, must be proud of himself. In his latest “revelation” that the Central Intelligence Agency can hack Apple and Android smartphones, PC operating systems and smart TVs, he has people throwing fits about how awful the CIA is. As my fellow Computerworld writer buddy Mike Elgan said, “The Wikileaks/CIA […]

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The best way to keep data safe is to keep it away from the Internet. This is what’s called an “air gap,” and it’s considered the most practical and effective means to keep hackers out. But the wide availability of drones makes jumping the air gap easier than ever, as Yokogawa Senior Prinicpal Tech Specialist […]

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MasterCard on Monday unveiled secure payment prototypes in the form of rings, wristbands and car key fobs after working with NXP and Qualcomm to develop the chip-level technology. Products are expected to roll out in the U.S. next year. Capital One was named as the first credit card issuer to back the program. “As more […]

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