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Zoom settles with FTC after making ‘deceptive’ security claims

Zoom settles with FTC after making ‘deceptive’ security claims The Federal Trade Commission has announced a settlement with Zoom, after it accused the video calling giant of engaging in “a series of deceptive and unfair practices that undermined the security of its users,” in part by claiming the encryption was stronger than it actually was. […]

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Crypto-driven marketplace Zora raises $2M to build a sustainable creator economy

Crypto-driven marketplace Zora raises M to build a sustainable creator economy Dee Goens and Jacob Horne have both the exact and precisely opposite background that you’d expect to see from two people building a way for creators to build a sustainable economy for their followers to participate in. Coinbase, crypto hack projects at university, KPMG, […]

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John McAfee arrested after DOJ indicts crypto millionaire for tax evasion

John McAfee arrested after DOJ indicts crypto millionaire for tax evasion Cybersecurity entrepreneur and crypto personality John McAfee’s wild ride could be coming to an end after he was arrested in Spain today, now facing extradition to the U.S. over charges spanning tax evasion and fraud. The SEC accuses McAfee of being paid more than […]

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Quantum photonics startup Nu Quantum raises £2.1M from Amadeus Capital Partners

Quantum photonics startup Nu Quantum raises £2.1M from Amadeus Capital Partners For Quantum cryptography and simulation to become real, the technology requires high-performance light-emitting and light-detecting components that operate at the single-photon level and at ambient temperature. One of the few companies operating in this rarified arena is Nu Quantum, the quantum photonics company, is […]

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Senate’s encryption backdoor bill is ‘dangerous for Americans,’ says Rep. Lofgren

Senate’s encryption backdoor bill is ‘dangerous for Americans,’ says Rep. Lofgren A Senate bill that would compel tech companies to build backdoors to allow law enforcement access to encrypted devices and data would be “very dangerous” for Americans, said a leading House Democrat. Law enforcement frequently spars with tech companies over their use of strong […]

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Use ‘productive paranoia’ to build cybersecurity culture at your startup

Use ‘productive paranoia’ to build cybersecurity culture at your startup As any startup grows, getting new products out the door and securing that next round of funding are always top priorities. But security, all too often, falls by the wayside. After all, why would you invest money in something that you hope never happens when […]

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Spirit Airlines starts testing biometric check-ins

Spirit Airlines starts testing biometric check-ins Discount carrier Spirit Airlines today announced that it is introducing biometric check-ins in its ticket lobby at Chicago’s O’Hare airport to streamline the check-in process and reduce face-to-face interactions between its employees and passengers during the pandemic. The new process is straightforward, though it still involves one customer service […]

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Decrypted: Tesla’s ransomware near miss, Palantir’s S-1 risk factors

Decrypted: Tesla’s ransomware near miss, Palantir’s S-1 risk factors Another busy week in cybersecurity. In case you missed it: A widely used messaging app used by over a million protesters has several major security flaws; a little-known loophole has let the DMV sell driver’s licenses and Social Security records to private investigators; and the U.S. […]

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Decrypted: Hackers show off their exploits as Black Hat goes virtual

Decrypted: Hackers show off their exploits as Black Hat goes virtual Every year hackers descend on Las Vegas in the sweltering August heat to break ground on security research and the most innovative hacks. This year was no different, even if it was virtual. To name a few: Hackers tricked an ATM to spit out […]

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Google is making autofill on Chrome for mobile more secure

Google is making autofill on Chrome for mobile more secure Google today announced a new autofill experience for Chrome on mobile that will use biometric authentication for credit card transactions, as well as an updated built-in password manager that will make signing in to a site a bit more straightforward. Image Credits: Google Chrome already […]

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