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Biometrics Done Right

Biometrics Done Right

The premise almost seems like something out of Star Trek—instead of using a key to open a door, one just waves their hand and it recognizes them. Instead of paying for an item, the cashier scans the customer’s eye and the transaction is approved by the person’s...

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Winning the Spoofing Battle

Winning the Spoofing Battle

In 1993, a cartoon was printed in The New Yorker that was destined to become famous. It showed two dogs, one seated in front of a computer saying to the other, “On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” The cartoon went on to become one of the most reproduced...

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SANS Healthcare Cyber Security Summit

SANS Healthcare Cyber Security Summit

  Join InAuth at the SANS Healthcare Cyber Security Summit December 3-10 in San Francisco. About The Summit SANS is teaming up with the National Health Information Sharing & Analysis Center (NH-ISAC) to offer the 2nd Annual Healthcare Cyber Security Summit....

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Student Has Key To Unlock Simplocker

Student Has Key To Unlock Simplocker

A university student claims he is set to release a Java application to decrypt the first ransomware to hit Android devices. The Simplelocker ransomware was revealed 7 June by malware analysts at Eset targeting devices in Eastern Europe. It encrypted via AES large...

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BYOD Putting Corporate Data At Risk

BYOD Putting Corporate Data At Risk

Within three years, three quarters of corporate data breaches on mobile devices will stem from the misuse and misconfiguration of applications, according to Gartner. Employees, not hackers, will be responsible for most of the losses. Left unchecked, the number of...

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