Emerging Technologies


Surveillance System Allows Police to View Any Camera

Surveillance System Allows Police to View Any Camera

A new surveillance system could give police departments access to any camera that isn’t password protected.

Financial Data of an Entire NBA Team Compromised

Financial Data of an Entire NBA Team Compromised

The Milwaukee Bucks’ financial data has been compromised in what the NBA is calling a “serious security incident.”

Android Security Hole Grows

Android Security Hole Grows

Security researchers at Skycure have found that 95.4 percent of Android devices are vulnerable to an attack

The Scary Wi-Fi Name that Delayed a Flight

The Scary Wi-Fi Name that Delayed a Flight

An Australian-based airline was forced to delay a flight after someone decided to take Wi-Fi naming to a threatening level.

Facebook Pays 10-Year Boy $10,000 for Exposing Instagram Flaw

Facebook Pays 10-Year Boy $10,000 for Exposing Instagram Flaw

A 10-year old boy was paid $10,000 by Facebook for exposing their vulnerability in Instagram.

Homeland Security to Begin Massive Study on Subway Airflow

Homeland Security to Begin Massive Study on Subway Airflow

Security professionals are researching the air patterns throughout New York’s subway system as a proactive measure against terrorist attacks on mass transit units.

Security is Driving Factor for Smart Home Adoption

Security is Driving Factor for Smart Home Adoption

A survey has found that the number one driving force for smart home products is security.

Passwords Extinct as Authentication Goes Mobile

Passwords Extinct as Authentication Goes Mobile

AT&T hopes to inform the public on authentication processes using World Password Day.



Millions of Stolen Email Credentials Shared Online

Millions of Stolen Email Credentials Shared Online

A Russian hacker has exposed email credentials from several email services including Gmail, Yahoo and Microsoft Outlook.

Researchers Uncover Connected Home Security Flaws

Researchers Uncover Connected Home Security Flaws

Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Samsung SmartThings, which could give attackers the virtual key to your home.

Emerging Technologies

Emerging Technologies

If you’re like most security professionals, your daily inbox is crammed with updates from industry associations, publications and online communities summarizing the hot topics of the day.

Smarter Listening

Industry Vertical

Smarter Listening

Recent data shows that crime continues to evolve. In some areas, overall crime is down, yet there has been an alarming increase in mass shootings and terrorism.

Thinking Outside The Cloud

A series of Microsoft commercials beginning in 2010 brought the concept of “the cloud” into our cultural lexicon. The ensuing five-plus years have grown awareness and adoption of the concept behind that term, especially in the consumer arena.

TV Station Security Pays Off in Bizarre Standoff

TV Station Security Pays Off in Bizarre Standoff

A TV station in Baltimore is grateful for added security measures after bizarre standoff with costumed man.

China Unveils First Robot Security Guard

China Unveils First Robot Security Guard

Researchers in China have released details on the first robotic security guard aimed to stop riots.

FBI Paid Over $1 Million to Break into iPhone

FBI Paid Over $1 Million to Break into iPhone

The FBI was finally able to extract the data from the San Bernardino attacker’s iPhone, but was it worth the price?

Video Surveillance Helps Investigation in Midlothian Murder

Video Surveillance Helps Investigation in Midlothian Murder

Police in Midlothian, Texas are asking for the public’s help to identify the suspect in a bizarre murder case.

Microsoft Suing Government for Secret Searches

Microsoft Suing Government for Secret Searches

Microsoft filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice taking a stand against the way federal agents routinely search its customers’ personal information in secret.

California Police Prepare Security Plan for Coachella

California Police Prepare Security Plan for Coachella

Coachella, a music festival in Indio, California, will be seeing an increase in security measures due to recent world events.

CBS Sports App Left User Data Vulnerable During March Madness

CBS Sports App Left User Data Vulnerable During March Madness

Fans of the college basketball tournament, March Madness, may need to pay special attention to the information they shared on the CBS Sports app and website during the popular event.

Digital Edition

  • Security Today Magazine - May June 2019

    May/June 2019

    Featuring:

    • A Healthcare Revolution
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    • Secure Your Engines
    • One Step Ahead
    • Elevating Data Security

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