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NEW TECH: DigiCert Document Signing Manager leverages PKI to advance electronic signatures

The Last Watchdog

Most of us, by now, take electronic signatures for granted. Related: Why PKI will endure as the Internet’s secure core. Yet electronic signatures do have their security limitations. Trzupek outlined how DSM allows for legally-binding documents with auditability and management of signers. “It

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Class Action Targets Experian Over Account Security

Krebs on Security

In July’s Experian, You Have Some Explaining to Do , we heard from two different readers who had security freezes on their credit files with Experian and who also recently received notifications from Experian that the email address on their account had been changed. So had their passwords and account PIN and secret questions.

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Acer Philippines disclosed a data breach after a third-party vendor hack

Security Affairs

In our commitment to full transparency, we wish to inform you of a recent security incident involving a third-party vendor managing employee attendance data. In our commitment to full transparency, we wish to inform you of a recent security incident involving a third-party vendor managing employee attendance data.

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Security Affairs newsletter Round 463 by Pierluigi Paganini – INTERNATIONAL EDITION

Security Affairs

Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs are free for you in your email box. A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Enjoy a new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter, including the international press.

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Security Vulnerability in ESS ExpressVote Touchscreen Voting Computer

Schneier on Security

Of course the ESS ExpressVote voting computer will have lots of security vulnerabilities. It's a computer, and computers have lots of vulnerabilities. This particular vulnerability is particularly interesting because it's the result of a security mistake in the design process. Yes, they're computers.

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Data Protection: Where’s the Brexit Privacy Dividend?

Data Protector

No longer might UK privacy pros feel obliged to wait for the publication of weirdly worded EDPB opinions. Enormous amounts of money have been spent in a belated acknowledgement of, in many cases, decades of under investment on privacy issues. The GDPR has had a profound impact on many organisations. Was such a fine really appropriate?

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Norton 360 Now Comes With a Cryptominer

Krebs on Security

Norton 360 , one of the most popular antivirus products on the market today, has installed a cryptocurrency mining program on its customers’ computers. According to the FAQ posted on its site , “ Norton Crypto ” will mine Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency while the customer’s computer is idle. ” reads a Dec.

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