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Can Blockchain Solve Data’s Integrity Problem?

The rapid digitalization and automation of business processes makes data integrity critical, as low-quality data risks infecting automated business decision process. Authors Dan Geer and T. Mark Morley suggest that blockchain...

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Episode 200: Sakura Samurai Wants To Make Hacking Groups Cool Again. And: Automating Our Way Out of PKI Chaos

In this episode of the podcast (#200), sponsored by Digicert: John Jackson, founder of the group Sakura Samurai talks to us about his quest to make hacking groups cool again. Also:...

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Episode 195: Cyber Monday Super Deals Carry Cyber Risk

While many organizations think the notion of keyboards, monitors and other hardware "spying" on them as the stuff of "James Bond" movies, Yossi Appleboum of Sepio Systems says that the threat...

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TV Maker TCL Denies Back Door, Promises Better Process

Chinese electronics giant TCL has acknowledged security holes in some models of its smart television sets, but denies that it maintains a secret "back door" that gives it control over deployed...

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Security Holes Opened Back Door To TCL Android Smart TVs

A report by independent researchers warns that TCL brand Android smart TVs contained serious and exploitable security holes. It also raises questions about the China-based electronics firm's ability to remotely access...

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Public Sector Mega-Vendor Tyler Technologies Says It Was Hacked

Tyler Technologies, the U.S.’s largest provider of software and services to the public sector said on Wednesday that it was hacked by unknown assailants, who gained “unauthorized access” to the company’s IT and phone systems. Tyler, which sells software that supports a wide range of public sector functions such as permitting, inspections, 311 systems and […]

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