You can't keep Apple out of the enterprise anymore so it's best to figure out the most secure way to embrace it, writes Dan Croft of Mission Critical Wireless.
Even the security giants are not immune from this sophisticated and growing form of attack, writes Jovi Bepinosa Umawing of GFI Software.
In one the unlikeliest turn of events brought about by technology, it looks like Middle Ages' siege warfare may be making a comeback, writes Gunter Ollmann of Damballa.
Are one-time passwords sent via cell phone text messages more secure than traditional hardware tokens?
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