The top news stories for August 27, 2014.
The top news stories for August 21, 2014.
Wells Fargo has taken three mobile banking-related startups under its wing as part of its first official accelerator program.
Rather than trying to use unique, complex passwords for every single Web service or computer system, a paper from Microsoft suggests you use simple password for sites and services that don't provide access to sensitive or valuable data.
While pizza chain Domino's was busy launching a new mobile app featuring a computer-generated voice called Dom, hackers breached Domino's outlets in Belgium and France and stole personal data on more than 600,000 customers, Reuters reports.
Surprise, there may be a biometric scanner attached to your new Samsung smartphone; and (surprise again!) there may be a system behind it that makes it work.
Cloud and BYOD are fueling demand for strong authentication and one-time password products. This demand is expected to boost the market for these products by nearly seven percent per year to $2.2 billion in 2018, according to market research firm Frost & Sullivan.
Microsoft Corp. has joined the FIDO Alliance in its efforts to develop industry standards that reduce the reliance on passwords.
An uproar has emerged about how the Chrome browser store passwords that it remembers on behalf of users. Everything started when a blog post titled "Chrome's insane password security strategy" was published around the middle of this week and gained widespread attention.
You've probably already read about a zillion articles on the importance of choosing good passwords, as well as those about the importance of using different passwords. Given that you're probably still using the same password though, have you ever wondered how hackers and IT experts deal with this particular topic?