They say it happens in threes. This time, the three are: Flipboard, the social sharing site and news aggregator, reset millions of user passwords after hackers gained access to its systems several times over a nine-month period; Developer platform Stack Overflow earlier this month confirmed a breach involving “a very small number” of user … Read More
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In JPMorgan Chase’s 2018 annual report, CEO Jamie Dimon states in a widely read letter to shareholders the following. “The threat of cybersecurity may very well be the biggest threat to the U.S. financial system.” In April 2019, five of seven CEOs from the largest U.S. banks testified during House Financial Services Committee and claimed … Read More
It used to happen all the time. People actually carried a work phone and a personal phone. There used to be a real cost to how companies and their employees used their digital devices. Now, with inexpensive and unlimited use cellular plans, the financial concerns of using a personal device for work have gone by … Read More
According to The Wall Street Journal’s article Apple Loses Bid to End App Antitrust Case in Supreme Court, “Consumers can sue Apple Inc. for forcing them to buy apps exclusively from the tech giant, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, threatening billions of dollars in revenue that the company is counting on to make up for … Read More
Cybersecurity compromises are commonplace in the news, but rarely is it cited the compromise involved a mobile device. Attribution typically falls to vulnerabilities, social engineering, or data left in the open. With no mention of mobile devices, the perception is mobile devices are secure. In other words, there’s no smoke, so there’s no perceived fire … Read More