[ZDNet] She didn’t trust her movers. A single Apple AirTag proved she was right

AirTags are being used for all sorts of evil purposes. They’re also proving to be very useful for many people.

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[TheRecord] University of Kentucky discovers data breach during scheduled pen-test

The University of Kentucky said it discovered a security breach of one of its test-taking platforms during a scheduled security penetration test carried out by a third party in early June. The breach affected the university’s Digital Driver’s License platform, a web-based portal the university developed in the early 2000s part of an education program […]

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[SecurityWeek] PCI Data Security Standard v4.0 Released to Address Emerging Threats

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The PCI Security Standards Council (SSC), the organization that oversees the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), this week announced the release of PCI DSS v4.0. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[ZDNet] F5 beats Wall Street expectations, warns of supply chain constraints in 2022

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The company said it expects its ability to meet customers’ demand will be restricted “for the remainder of fiscal year 2022.” Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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