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Bitcoin users are opening their wallets to hackers through mobile networks

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin make a big deal of their security; theoretically, they are almost impossible to hack. Every transaction is stored in a ‘digital ledger’, shared across multiple machines; an attacker would need to compromise every computer in the chain to successfully hack the system. However, the digital wallets that…

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Hacker claims to have decrypted Apple’s Secure Enclave, destroying key piece of iOS mobile security

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A hacker going by the handle xerub has just released what he claims to be a full decryption key for Apple’s Secure Enclave Processor (SEP) firmware. This could be a major blow for iOS security because of the importance of the SEP: It handles Touch ID transactions and is completely…

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Hackers Target Your Mobile Bank App; You Can Fight Back

Hackers Target Your Mobile Bank App; You Can Fight BackSource: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans BRAVE NEW BANK This NerdWallet series delves into what’s new in retail banking and what’s in it for you. We explore some of the surprising things in store for products, tech and security and look at how they’ll affect consumers. By 2021, millions more of us […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?

Mobile is slow, but cyber-security business will help company grow, says Singtel CEO

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Mobile is slow, but cyber-security business will help company grow, says Singtel CEO

Cyber security is a key growth segment for Southeast Asia’s largest telco Singtel, as price competition in data and voice intensifies globally, its chief executive told CNBC. “Our core carriage business that is your traditional voice, data businesses, those face significant price competition … The growth that we have seen in our ICT (information and communication technology) businesses has certainly …

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Samsung’s Facial Recognition related Mobile Security is not yet ready for Mobile Payments

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Samsung’s Facial Recognition related Mobile Security is not yet ready for Mobile Payments

Samsung has made it official that its facial recognition feature related to mobile security is still not ready to make mobile payments. The world-renowned smartphone maker has also added in its media briefing that it might take at least 4 …

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5 ways to adapt your mobile security strategy for IoT

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Ready or not, the IoT wave is already breaking on enterprise shores. While smart, connected devices mean increased automation and digitisation, they also translate into new challenges that will require companies to shift their approach to security. Already, malware infecting …

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Mobile users rarely pay for malware protection

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Mobile users rarely pay for malware protection

Almost nine in ten (89 per cent) of mobile consumers don’t pay for mobile protection, despite the fact that mobile malware is running rampant. Consumers would, however, gladly do it (61 per cent of them), if their mobile operators would …

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Computer And Mobile Forensics Investigator

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Computer And Mobile Forensics Investigator

Course Overview Learn the techniques and practices for gathering and analyzing evidence used to solve crimes involving computers. While other texts offer more of an overview of the field, this hands-on learning text provides clear instruction on the tools and …

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Three Mobile, two alleged hackers, one big customer database heist

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Three Mobile, two alleged hackers, one big customer database heist

UK carrier Three Mobile was the victim of a hacking scheme that has reportedly left the records of millions of customers exposed.
According to multiple UK media reports citing both Three and the National Crime Agency (NCA), hackers gained access

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The Framework for Mobile Security in Government

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The Framework for Mobile Security in Government

There’s no doubt about it – the federal government has gone mobile. Driven by both policy and the compelling nature of mobile computing, smartphones and tablets have become daily tools at all levels of government. No longer just for email

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