Money Stirs Electronic Records Push
Kim Dotcom Claims Two-Factor Patent
Twitter Hoping To Halt Hack Attacks
Security Alert: New Trojan Attacking
Blue Coat Beefs Up Big Data Security
More than half of doctors' offices and 80% of hospitals that provide Medicare or Medicaid will have electronic health records by the end of the year, says the Department of Health and Human Services.
Two-factor authentication has become a popular way to heighten log-on security, used by many Internet sites. Now, controversial Megaupload Web site owner Kim Dotcom says he owns the patent for the process.
One too many high-profile hack attacks have hit Twitter recently, prompting the micro-blogging service to finally beef up security with a voluntary, opt-in, two-step authentication system. Will it be enough?
Malware writers are using a luxury name to hack your PC. Security watchdog Sophos reports e-mails appearing to be from Tiffany.com carry an attachment that can install a malicious Trojan on your PC.
California-based Blue Coat Systems is expanding into Big Data security in the advanced threat protection space. The company has snapped up Intel-backed Solera Networks for its DeepSee platform.