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Staples investigates data breach

October 21, 2014 - Office supply retailer Staples has become the latest firm to reveal that it is investigating a possible data breach that could leave customer payment card details at risk.

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Kaspersky Lab and INTERPOL Survey Reports: 60 Percent of Android Attacks Use Financial Malware

October 22, 2014 - According to the results of the "Mobile Cyber Threats" survey issued by Kaspersky Lab and INTERPOL between August 2013 and July 2014, malicious programs targeting Android-based devices in order to steal money were used in 60 percent of attempted attacks registered by Kaspersky Lab security products. These cybercriminals frequently targeted Android users in Russia, but also in Ukraine, Spain, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Malaysia, Germany, India and France.

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Crook dumps Target card details on Russian forum

October 17, 2014 - A cyber-crook has uploaded the details of more than five million cards, many of them stolen during the data breach at US retailer Target, to a Russian carding site, says security firm Group-IB.

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TD Bank slapped with $850,000 fine over 2012 data breach

October 16, 2014 - TD Bank has agreed an $850,000 settlement with the Attorney General of New York over a data breach in 2012 that compromised the financial records of 260,000 customers nationwide.

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Research from BAI Shows Digital Efforts Top-of-Mind for Retail Banks

October 14, 2014 - BAI, the financial services industry's resource for breakthrough information and intelligence, has released "BAI Retail Banking Outlook," its latest research report identifying emerging retail-banking habits and trends. The survey of nearly 400 global industry professionals highlights the growing emphasis financial institutions are placing on mobile banking and social media.

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Two Thirds of Enterprise Java Applications Contain Mostly Third Party Code Yet Considered Secure

October 9, 2014 - Waratek, the Java application protection and management company, today announced the results of a survey conducted at the JavaOne 2014 Conference last week. Nearly two-thirds of senior IT professionals polled said their Java applications contain 50 percent or more third party code. Meanwhile, nearly 80 percent believe their applications are somewhat (46%) or very secure (33%). These findings are surprising given the recent disclosure of two massive vulnerabilities in widely used third-party libraries -- the "Shellshock" and "Heartbleed" bugs.

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