Computer security research and innovation took a beating in 2015. Some prep work in advance might help us cope next year. Here are six things to keep in mind.
from Threatpost | The first stop for security news http://bit.ly/1RaZYQF
Chester’s back from vacation, and so is the Chet Chat. We look back at 2015 – and remind you that there’s good news amongst the bad!
from Naked Security http://bit.ly/1RaZYA5
With end users preparing for yet another 366 computer security ground hog days it’s down to you to make computer security better in 2016. Our writers join in to get the ball rolling.
from Naked Security http://bit.ly/1RSQ4EW
It’s by invitation only. Let’s hope they open it up to all soon, given the many parties who’d love to get their hands on a Tor zero-day.
from Naked Security http://bit.ly/1NWNaZS
From security bugs, via the Dark Web, to viral social media posts gone wrong, here are the Top 10 Naked Security stories of 2015.
Bet you can’t guess which story made #1!
from Naked Security http://bit.ly/1ZCImjD
from Darknet – The Darkside http://bit.ly/1TpPKLv
Remember those hapless users from our "IT Heroes" video back in July? They’re back, and this time, nothing is goiniwrfe to gooworongQQQ!
from Naked Security http://bit.ly/1NQDimq