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Monday 17 February 2014
- Google acquires sound authentication start-up SlickLogin
- NSA: Edward Snowden had help
- Silk Road 2.0 emptied out by a hole in its Bitcoin pocket
- Forbes Hack password shootout: Gmail vs Yahoo vs Hotmail vs AOL – whose users are the smartest?
Tuesday 18 February 2014
- Why we need to rethink how we view security
- Target told to carry out security review just months before breach
- South Korea punishes three credit card firms over data heist
Wednesday 19 February 2014
- The LED light fixtures are watching you at Newark Airport
- Barclays and Santander alleged bank robbers in court
- Nursing home data exposed on file-sharing site
- SSCC 135 – Flappy Bird frenzy, Talking Angela talkfest, NBC hype, Kickstarter and Forbes [PODCAST]
- 2013 an epic year for data breaches with over 800 million records lost
Thursday 20 February 2014
- Get into RSA 2014 for free – and don't forget to stop by and say "Hello" to Sophos!
- Inside the minds of internet trolls
Friday 21 February 2014
- The Talking Angela witch hunt – what on earth is going on?
- Adobe pushes out critical Flash update – the second zero-day hole of the month
- Financial sector hit hard by data breach cleanup costs
- 10,000 euro bounty offered for Wurm Online DDoSer
Saturday 22 February 2014
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