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Recently, the United States shifted from using insecure magnetic stripe in credit and debit cards to better-protected chip-and-PIN cards.

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A voting server from the US state of Georgia, part of the US election, was wiped clean in July by its supervisors at the Center for Elections Systems at Kennesaw State University — a suspicious event as the computer was a key piece of evidence in a lawsuit regarding illegal cyber activities in the US […]

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New research is turning on its head the idea that legacy systems — such as Cobol and Fortran — are more secure because hackers are unfamiliar with the technology. New research found that these outdated systems, which may not be encrypted or even documented, were more susceptible to threats. Read More

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