Hackers stealing millions of credit-card numbers from computer systems make headlines, but on mobile devices, they pose less of a threat to corporate data than the typical employee with a personal Dropbox account. Managing Security Associate, Carl Livitt, provides solutions to the mobile security problem in this CruxialCIO article: Mobile Security’s Weakest Link? Your …
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Bishop Fox is quoted from blog, LinkedIn ‘Intro’duces Insecurity, in this Slashdot story: LinkedIn Ditches Feature That Was a ‘Dream for Attackers’
As LinkedIn puts Intro into retirement, Bishop Fox’s blog, LinkedIn ‘Intro’duces Security, is referenced as uncovering potential security flaws in the LinkedIn service in this TIME article: LinkedIn is Killing Intro, Its Useful, Controversial iPhone Service
As LinkedIn’s Intro is shut down, Bishop Fox’s blog, LinkedIn ‘Intro’duces Insecurity, is used to highlight the potential problematic aspects of the LinkedIn service and how it could have threatened your security in this VentureBeat article: LinkedIn aims to ‘focus’ by killing creepy LinkedIn Intro service, SlideCast app
LinkedIn is shutting down Intro, its recently launched mobile service for connecting people over email, that raised security concerns. Bishop Fox continues to chime in on the issue in this TechWorld article: LinkedIn Introduces, Quickly Says Goodbye to Email Service that Sparked Security Concerns
LinkedIn announced they would be ending their email service, Intro, that they released less than 6 months ago. Bishop Fox called this service ‘a dream for attackers’ in the blog post: LinkedIn ‘Intro’duces Insecurity when the application was first released in October of 2013. Check out this article from The Verge: LinkedIn Kills …
There’s a lot of speculation around cybersecurity and the Sochi Olympics. Drew Porter tries to remind travelers to be safe and mindful when traveling to Sochi in this Christian Science Monitor article: Just How Much Spying Are The Russians Doing?
Drew Porter has some security travel tips in this PC Advisory article: Experts Warn of Russian Spying, Hacker At Sochi Olympics
Cybersecurity is becoming a growing concern for travelers going to Sochi for the Olympics. Drew Porter adds to the conversation by pointing out that conversations are not safe and to be mindful while abroad in this Christian Science Monitor article: The Other Security Concern at Sochi Olympics: Cyberthreats
With the Sochi Olympics starting today many tourists, media affiliates, and athletes are trying secure data their on phones, tablets, and laptops. Drew Porter weighs in with some travel tips to abide by when travelling abroad in this Cruxial CIO article: Sochi Olympics Wary of Hackers
Travelers heading to Sochi for the Olympics are being warned that privacy is not a right in the host country and all their electronic communications will likely be monitored. Drew Porter weighs in with some travel tips to abide by when traveling abroad in this CSO article: Experts Warn of Russian Spying, Hackers At …
Snapchat develops a new verification method amidst security criticism and continues to demonstrate their lack of understanding as the implementation is easily hacked. Senior security analyst, Chris Grayson, chimes in on the subject in this CSO article: Snapchat Falters on Security Again, Experts Say
Mobile security is not something that should be over looked to get an application to market more quickly. Senior Security Analyst Joe DeMesy provides insight on how important this concept is for startups in SearchSecurity’s article HP Said Mobile Application Security Comes Up Wanting.
The new plug-in for the iPhone’s email client raises security concerns, and IDG News cites Bishop Fox in their piece, “LinkedIn’s Intro tool for iPhones could be a juicy target for attackers” according to this InfoWorld article: LinkedIn’s Intro tool for iPhones could be a juicy target for attackers