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  • In pictures: 12 biggest data breaches of the last 12 months

    Many companies have felt the effects of data theft over the last several years. It's 2014 and it doesn't look like the going is getting any easier. The technology sector seems most at risk with every week bringing the world another reported data breach. Here we look at the largest breaches in the last year.

    02 Apr | View galleries

  • In Pictures: How Apple's iBeacon works

    Apple's iBeacon is already in many iPhones, whether you realise it or not. The technology was rolled out in several Apple store locations back in December, and had many privacy advocates concerned about the implications for user tracking and security. Here's a breakdown of how it works.

    12 Feb | View galleries

  • In Pictures: 9 iPhone and iPad apps that invade your privacy, and 1 that doesn't

    Most iPhone and iPad apps appear harmless and fun, but don't fall for them. Some apps are virtual Trojan horses that swipe personal data when you're not looking. Appthority has put together a list of some of the worst offenders and you may be shocked to learn that a couple of the most popular apps made the list, such as Facebook and Angry Birds Star Wars. Be sure to check out the app at the end of the list for the one most honest.

    30 Jan | View galleries

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  • Known NFC spoofing techniques probably wouldn't work with Apple Pay

    Apple Pay is poised to turn how we pay for goods at a retail store on its head. The new Apple Pay system lets you make purchases with the cards in your iTunes Store account. When you bring your iPhone 6 near an NFC-equipped payment terminal, you'll see your cards in Passbook, and you can authorize a transaction with the Touch ID fingerprint reader. That's it, you're done, and none of your sensitive credit card information was ever shared directly with the merchant.

    John Brandon | 20 Oct | Read more

  • Everything you need to know about iCloud security

    Two-factor authentication (2FA) is the latest thing that hundreds of millions of people will likely be dragged into using for the purposes of securing their private information. It's necessary, and will be irritating to most people, despite their having seen some of the endless reports of sites being cracked and passwords being revealed--whether the passwords were stored in clear text, or using an unsophisticated encryption method that allows crackers to easily test common passwords against the stolen information.

    Glenn Fleishman | 18 Oct | Read more

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