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November 18, 2018
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Peter Flynn

Peter Flynn

Business Street Administrator with extensive experience in dealing with UK businesses. I have ran my own business for many years and I am now promoting different aspects of starting up businesses in the UK along with my colleagues. Together we can offer up to the minute  business news, reviews and helpful information.

Earlier this month, the State of California made headlines by passing legislation that will require hardware manufacturers to implement unique hardcoded passwords for every connected device they produce and force users to change it upon first use.

Facebook recently discovered that hackers stole Facebook access tokens for millions of accounts. Now, it's providing a comprehensive statement to detail exactly what happened, as well as a way to tell if your were hacked.

Many CISOs I speak with are growing weary of searching for the next “silver bullet” security technology or another threat feed to improve their security posture.

A security analysis of cyber-attacks against universities and colleges in the UK has discovered staff or students could often be responsible, rather than organised crime or hacking groups who are often blamed for these cyber attacks.

A patch is available for a Windows zero-day that became public knowledge earlier this week, but it’s not from Microsoft.

Grey Hats, who work as both as cyber criminals and security professionals, are the most common in the UK, with one in 13 admitting to grey hat activity compared with one in 22 globally, a study by Osterman Research shows.

For many people, deleting their Facebook accounts sounds a lot like living a carbon-neutral life, recycling all your waste or going hardcore vegan: a nice idea, and probably the morally right thing to do, but way too much of a hassle to actually go through with.

Since February, Google has planned to brand non-HTTPS sites as "Not Secure," and today, with Chrome 68, that change is being rolled out to a wide audience.

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The Never Ending Password Conundrum

Oct 27, 2018 Cyber News

The Never Ending Password Conundrum

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