Security

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Security threats aren't all the same. Although there are some widespread security events like the recent WannaCry and NotPetya outbreaks, some industry verticals are hit in more in more targeted ways. Mike Brown is RSA's vice president and general manager for the public sector. I spoke with him at the recent RSA Conference in Singapore about the threat landscape for the public sector.

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A hacker, going by the Twitter handle @xerub, claims to have broken part of the security around Apple's Secure Enclave. The hacker has published a decryption key that weakens (but doesn't totally compromise) a core part of Apple's security model for iOS devices.

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Ransomware attacks are an everyday occurrence. Whenever I speak to people at security events, almost every single company has been hit in some way. Some only find out about it when users call the internal help desk because they're "curious" about Bitcoin but others are hit far harder.

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Dropbox has jumped on the two-factor authentication (2FA) bandwagon with changes to their mobile app. Now, when an attempt is made to log into your Dropbox account, a notification is sent to your mobile device where you can tap a button to authenticate your identity. There's no code to enter.