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Retailers Hacked by New Malware

Retailers Hacked by New Malware
'Malicious actors' are using a new variety of malware to access consumer payment data remotely through point-of-sale systems, according to a report from the Department of Homeland Security.
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USB Security Flaw Uncovered
Hackers can use the firmware that controls USB functions to take control of computers, say security experts. That means there may be a new class of attack for which there are no defenses.
IBM Beefs Up Identity Intelligence
Big Blue is betting big on identity intelligence. IBM just acquired a private firm with security software to govern user access to apps and data across cloud and on-premise environments.
Chief Customer Officers' Clout Grows
The position of chief customer officer is becoming "a staple of modern business" as companies look for new ways to sell, increase revenues and beat the competition, a new study finds.
BlackBerry Acquires Secusmart
Looking to burnish its business reputation, BlackBerry has agreed to buy a German mobile security company that specializes in voice/data encryption as well as anti-eavesdropping solutions.
BlackBerry BES 10 Now Hosted
More choices, flexibility for biz users.
Teaming Up: CIOs, IT Asset Managers
To select best digital biz initiatives.
Chinese Man Charged with Hacking
Stole military data from U.S. computers.
Backlash Stirs Against H-1B Visas
Debate over foreign workers continues.
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