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Tech giants aside, Silicon Valley ranks high for female execs, says new study

companies, the deeper data reveals another side to the story in the Silicon Valley. According ...

Google extends its two-factor authentication support with physical USB keys

open standard. "Rather than typing a code, just insert Security Key into your computer's USB ...

Bitcasa ditches unlimited cloud storage offering, cites abuse

and can be evidenced from hundreds of tweets from disgruntled users who feel betrayed at the changes ...

Security is number one priority for enterprise WLAN networks, say IT pros

expect their user population to grow by 10 percent annually over the next two years, driven by guest access, which will account for 18 percent of the user population by 2016. "Our annual study of WLAN ...

Google tweaks search algorithms to fight online piracy

at the top of the search results when users key in search terms that indicate that they are looking for music or movies. The results will show only to U.S. users for now, though Google says that there is plan ...

Wi-Fi predicts airport security line delays; Apple parts ways with Sapphire supplier;

Pay credit card >> How to change your default Apple Pay credit card, or remove cards remotely ...

FBI may have to accept encryption; State CIOs won't accept security holes;

 [eWeek] And Finally...  You know, somebody should do a story about standing in line for hours at a rental ...

Twitter courts mobile app developers with something like a platform

There's also a module that enables mobile app users to compose and publish new tweets in the context of the app. This avoids the experience of seeming to suspend the app while the user makes a comment. But one ...

Google offers USB security key option; DevOps is key to security;

to security  (eWeek) >> WYSIWYG editors could be an avenue for XSS attacks, warns researcher (Tripwire) >> Leave your passwords at the Checkout Desk (Securelist) And finally… Christian Bale to play Steve ...

Workers reveal their own concerns over BYOD security

data. A worrisome 15 percent revealed that they leave themselves logged in at all times. "Fears ...