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How to Protect Your Online Social Media Presence Using Facebook Business Manager

Facebook's recently released Business Manager is a God-send for any social media manager or strategist or even security department desiring to manage multiple Facebook Page admins among dozens (to even hundreds or thousands) of Facebook Pages and Ad accounts. Show More Summary

Aircraft can be hacked in flight says researcher

Ruben Santamarta, a cyber security expert, highlights problems with satellite communication systems that open up planes to hacking. Read more about Aircraft can be hacked in flight says researcher

Facebook class action lawsuit has over 11,000 plaintiffs

Facebook's privacy and data use policies have raised the ire of an activist who is leading a Europe vs Facebook campaign. Read more about Facebook class action lawsuit has over 11,000 plaintiffs

Last Hacker Standing, Episode IV – The Last Hope

Well, I told you I couldn’t go that long without recording a podcast.  And a couple of weeks ago I got together with my friends Chris John Riley and Dave Lewis and started a new project, Last Hacker Standing.  In the inaugural podcast, we talk news (straight up, with a twist), alongside our wonderful guest Katie Moussouris from Hacker One. […]

Twitter has a part to play in higher education

Can Tweeting be a means to learning extending the classroom into the world of social learning? Read more about Twitter has a part to play in higher education

RealNetworks unveils founder as new CEO with aim of becoming ‘the video cloud service’ of the next 10 years

by Jamie Hinks Its growth strategy is being led by former CEO and interim CEO Rob Glaser and centres on a plan to cement itself as cloud video’s number one company. Read more about RealNetworks unveils founder as new CEO with aim of becoming ‘the video cloud service’ of the next 10 years

Google back on Europe’s hit list over Android OS abuses

by Jamie Hinks A new case could begin as early as November and the EU has already sent out questionnaires to companies that have worked with Google on Android. Read more about Google back on Europe’s hit list over Android OS abuses

Making your enterprise video strategy fit for purpose

by Micheal Ping Michael Ping vice president of enterprise business at Kaltura provides essential insights into creating a killer video strategy for your business. Read more about Making your enterprise video strategy fit for purpose

Laptops are dead, long live laptops: Our passionate fling with the tablet looks like it's already over

by Aatif Sulleyman According to the consumer electronics retailer, a lack of innovation is crippling the market. More specifically, he believes that manufacturers almost cursed themselves with too good a start. Read more about Laptops are dead, long live laptops: Our passionate fling with the tablet looks like it's already over

Facebook mens security flaw that threatened users

by Barclay Ballard Researchers in Argentina discovered the vulnerability, fixed by this month's update, which allowed hackers to cause denial-of-service attacks and run up a user's phone bill through data usage. Read more about Facebook mens security flaw that threatened users

Hey, So You Want to See Something Cool? How about the inside of my home in 3D!

Thanks to AMD and Matterport my house is now up on the web in 3D. Read more about Hey, So You Want to See Something Cool? How about the inside of my home in 3D!

Microsoft ordered to turn over Irish emails and ignore European laws

U.S. District Judge Loretta Preska has ordered Microsoft to hand over emails stored in an Irish data center circumventing European data protection laws. Read more about Microsoft ordered to turn over Irish emails and ignore European laws

Austrian law student sues Facebook…again

Twenty-six year old Max Schrems has filed yet another lawsuit against Facebook, this time it’s about the company helping the NSA spy on users. Read more about Austrian law student sues Facebook…again

Verizon to throttle some subscribers, FCC not pleased

Verizon has announced that they plan to slow connection speeds for some of its subscribers based on the type of plan they have. Read more about Verizon to throttle some subscribers, FCC not pleased

Intel introduces family of self-encrypting laptop drives

by Jamie Hinks Intel's new drives will be able to save precious laptop power by providing hardware that is already encrypted. Read more about Intel introduces family of self-encrypting laptop drives

The Internet of Things: increasing the security nightmare

A new report claims that a couple of security concerns on a single device in IoT can quickly turn into 50 or 60 concerns with multiple devices. Read more about The Internet of Things: increasing the security nightmare

Monthly Blog Round-Up – July 2014

Here is my next monthly "Security Warrior" blog round-up of top 5 popular posts/topics this month: “Simple Log Review Checklist Released!” is often at the top of this list – the checklist is still a very useful tool for many people.Show More Summary

Education Initiative Spotlight: THREADS Call for Papers

We would like to share the call for papers for THREADS 2014, a research and development conference that is part of NYU-Poly’s Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW). Trail of Bits is a founding sponsor of THREADS. The final deadline for submissions is October 6th, but you are encouraged to apply earlier. This year’s theme for […]

Fitness, dating and news apps rise in UK summer heat

by Aatif Sulleyman App Annie analytics firm says fitness, dating and news apps see uptick in UK during summer months. Read more about Fitness, dating and news apps rise in UK summer heat

Is Amazon losing its grip on the cloud?

IBM, Microsoft and others are making big pushes into the cloud space but is this really a sign that Amazon is losing its grip? Read more about Is Amazon losing its grip on the cloud?

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