It’s only a week ‘til Cyber Security Expo and it’s like the rest of the world is giving us appropriate news stories. US supermarket Supervalu has been attacked for the second time this year. “Fool me once”, etc. Elsewhere, another retail POS breach has an interesting kick: non-compliant software and the only auditor to have their certification revoked (!). On this note, have you ever wondered why the US seems to be the most affected by big breaches? I have. And it turns out it’s because they don’t use chip-and-PIN.
Ransomware takes another step toward scaring the un-IT-literate by using the NSA logo.There is some good news, though: it seems people are catching on to tokenisation as a way of increasing e-commerce security. Speaking of the un-IT-literate, the un-security-literate are apparently to blame for 80% of data breaches.
Would you use free wi-fi if it meant giving up your first born? Of course not. But would you skip over reading the Ts & Cs? Of course you do. The ‘Herod’ Clause’ caught a few people out. Have you heard about Ello? It’s an anti-facebook gaining ground with people who object to the Zuckerberg Empire’s invasion of our personal data. One last thing on personal data: you’re worth about £140.
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