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Apple Lures Users to Mobile Pay
Mobile Security
NSA Forced Yahoo To Supply Info
Data Security
Gmail Hacked, Better Security Needed
Cybercrime
Apple Pushes into Mobile Payments
Mobile Security
USIS To Lose Gov't Work After Hack
Cybercrime
Salesforce Warns of Trojan Malware
5 Million Gmail Passwords Stolen
Patch Tuesday: IE Again Top Priority
MORE NEWS
Trustwave Opens 'Ethical Hacking' Lab
Apple Beefs Up iCloud Security
Hackers Crack Healthcare.gov
Sony Attack Shows Security Threat
Star Photos Find 'Safe Harbor' Online
Fake Cell Phone Towers Grab Signals
Home Depot's Customer Data Breach
How To Protect Your Personal Data
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
If you're a Google Gmail user, it's bad news. About 5 million Gmail addresses and plain text passwords were leaked to an online forum on Tuesday. The good news: the data is old, but better security is still needed.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
The tech giant is expanding its cloud solutions which promise secure access to enterprise phone, email, and storage apps. The latest addition to the Dell Mobile Workspace involves Vonage and MS Office 365.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
The world's highest-capacity SD card is being offered by SanDisk, 512 gigabytes of flash storage aimed at professionals shooting 4K Ultra HD video or high-speed burst mode photography. Price: $800.
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