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Singapore CIOs believe machine learning can improve speed, security ops

Some 87 percent of IT decision makers in Singapore say machine learning will speed up decision-making process as well as facilitate automation in security operations.

Bug bounty hunter reveals DJI SSL, firmware keys have been public for years

Opinion: The researcher has discarded $30,000 to ensure there is full public disclosure of the drone maker's poor security and revealing how not every bug bounty hunt ends well.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation confirms S3 data leak

The government-backed broadcaster has confirmed that data from an unsecured repository was exposed.

NASA spent $1.4 billion on IT, but governance and security issues remain

NASA in its annual report recounted years of challenges with IT governance, security and the problems with managing about 500 IT systems.

This banking malware wants to scoop up your email and social media accounts, too

Spin-off from Zeus malware adds features which make it look more like an espionage tool rather than malware for just stealing bank details.

ID card security: Spain is facing chaos over chip crypto flaws

With the security of its 60 million national ID smartcards in question, Spain faces some tough choices.

Amazon: We're fixing flaw that leaves Key security camera open to Wi-Fi jamming

A malicious courier could easily freeze the Key's Cloud Cam and roam a customer's house unmonitored.

Free Quad9 DNS service aims to make threat intel more accessible

IBM Security, the Global Cyber Alliance and Packet Clearing House are offering the automated security solution for free with individuals and SMBs in mind.

What is GDPR? Everything you need to know about the new general data protection regulations

General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming. Here's what it means, how it'll impact individuals and businesses.

OnePlus: We'll fix flawed app that lets attackers root our phones

OnePlus will roll out a fix for a serious flaw in a diagnostics app that some argue shouldn't even be on devices.

Oracle pushes emergency patch for critical Tuxedo server vulnerabilities

Two of the vulnerabilities have achieved a rating of 10 and 9.9 in severity.

Parity shakes up wallet audits, but funds remain frozen

After a user accidentally stole and froze funds in over 500 wallets, a solution is yet to be found.

Government reveals draft digital identity framework

A series of documents outlining the security and usability standards by which Australians' digital identity information is to be collected, stored, and used has been released by the government.

McAfee's own anti-hacking service exposed users to banking malware

The purportedly safe link pointed users to a malicious Word document, laden with Emotet banking malware.

Android security: Sneaky three-stage malware found in Google Play store

Tens of thousands of users have downloaded two newly uncovered forms of malware.

Trump administration releases rules on disclosing security flaws

The White House's cybersecurity coordinator said the rules are "vital" to ensuring a balance between public disclosure and retaining flaws for intelligence operations.

Fileless attacks surge in 2017, security solutions are not stopping them

By 2018, they are expected to account for 35 percent of all cyberattacks.

Adobe patches 67 vulnerabilities in Flash, Reader

The round of patches fixes critical issues, many of which lead to remote code execution.

Forever 21 reveals potential data breach

The retailer says that some customer credit cards may have been compromised.

Australian IoT tick is to certify a device can be secure, not that it is: IoTAA

Since there is no such thing as an always secure device, Internet of Things Alliance Australia has said a certification tick will ensure a device can be secure if used in recommended ways.

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