A California Senate Bill states each victim can sue up to $1,000 for being impacted. This has just passed the California senate. If this becomes law, companies who suffer data breaches will be on the line for hundreds of billions of dollars. If the Equifax data breach had occurred and this was law ... Read More about Data breach victims can sue up to $1,000, CA senate bill says
A teaspoon of sugar allegedly helps the medicine go down, however it also makes a credit card chip bypass work. What are we talking about? a teaspoon of sugar carefully put on a chip sometimes that needs to be spread across the chip will bypass the security of the chip. How so? Insert the card 3 ... Read More about Credit Card chip bypass with teaspoon of sugar
Some open source code is like food poisoning by getting food off the road from a random person. It will make you puke your brains out is a good analogy to explain how insecure the majority of the code written by individuals is and how you can lose everything. Other open source code from companies is ... Read More about Planet Zuda podcast 6: Some Open Source Code is like Poisoned Food & Rise Of Mac Malware
Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange has responded to claims that they were hacked and show that it was in fact a clever phishing scam, not a hack. Oculus rift, which we discussed yesterday has fixed their issue making oculus rift headsets work again. ... Read More about Podcast Cyber security & Technology news: Binance phishing scam & Oculus Rift Fixed
In our latest podcast we cover the lack of security in the United Nations site, and a few IOTA security issues. In our Technology segment we covered how all Oculus Rifts aren't working due to an expired security certificate and the new Oculus Rift that will be coming out. We also discussed augmented ... Read More about Podcast cyber security & Technology: United Nations, IOTA, Oculus, Oh My!