Fraudsters are posing as legitimate customers of a bank asking for permission to use a card issued by that bank in Apple Pay.
The service will be small-scale, says a Google executive, and intended to "drive a set of innovations we think the system should adopt."
Hewlett-Packard spends a net $2.7 billion for the maker of hardware and software for enterprise mobile networks.
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But companies that discover employee malfeasance would be better off calling in law enforcement, and doing so as quickly as possible, say fraud…
New York's Benjamin Lawsky plans to turn up the heat on banks through random audits and targeted assessments of cyber-security preparedness.
The FCC is expected to police deals between providers and content companies to ensure they are “just and reasonable for consumers and competitors."
Like other companies, Northrop Grumman is focusing on what to do after an attack, because you just can’t prevent them all.
Companies that want to adopt cloud computing have a host of choices to make and concerns to address.