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Samsung Galaxy S4 Allegedly Vulnerable to Attack

Organizations and government agencies that use Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone are at risk of having their confidential data including emails, file transfers and browser activity breached, according to cyber security researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU). The BGU researchers said they discovered the alleged “critical vulnerability” in the Samsung Knox software, an…

Update – Nefarious Pseudo Random Number Generator Never Actually Used in SSL

(Updates with RSA denial) There has been a lot of furor over the Random Number Generator that the NSA, with a rather heavy hand, apparently forced NIST to accept into its encryption standards. Bruce Schneier, wrote “ The NSA Is Breaking Most Encryption on the Internet “ and The Guardian reported extensively on the NSA’s project Bullrun, which is apparently…

Working Group to Develop Security Standards for Mobile Apps

The establishment of the Mobile App Security Working Group, (MAS), was announced at the Amphion Forum in San Francisco last week. Member companies will collaborate to develop security standards for mobile applications that interact with each other. The MAS charter members are Mocana, SAP, FireEye, McAfee and Wind River. The rise of connectivity between industrial control systems is…

Payment Card Manufacturer Datacard Group to Acquire Digital Certificate Pioneer Entrust

Datacard Group today announced that they are acquiring Entrust a digital certificate and identity services provider. Financial details were withheld by both private entities, the companies said in a release. Entrust will be a separate business unit led by its former CFO, David Wagner, while Entrust’s CEO, Bill Conner, will stay on in an advisory role for up…

Enterprises in APAC Increasingly Adopt Managed Security Services

Managed Security Services (MSS) in Asia-Pacific (APAC) region will more than triple by 2019, climbing to an estimated $5.34 billion according to industry analyst firm Frost & Sullivan. Enterprises in the APAC region are being driven to increasingly outsource network infrastructure security as they find themselves “ill-equipped to handle complex and multiple cyber threats.” Frost…

Federal Judge Rules Against NSA Phone Data Mining, Likely Violates Constitution

A Federal District Court judge today ruled that the National Security Agency (NSA) program that once-secretly collected records of all Americans’ phone calls likely violates the Constitution and called the program’s technology “almost Orwellian.” District of Columbia Judge Richard J. Leon in a 68-page ruling ordered the government to stop collecting data on two plaintiffs’ personal…