Monday review – the hot 23 stories of the week
Make sure you’re up to date with everything we wrote in the last seven days – it’s weekly roundup time.
Watch the top news in 60 seconds, and then check out the individual links to read in more detail.
Monday 13 January 2014
- Patch Tuesday – get ready for the January 2014 Security Trifecta!
- Payment data hacked at US luxury retailer Neiman Marcus
- How your social media activity can torpedo your loan application
- Hacker hijacked YouTube channels to milk AdSense for money
- Target admits “there was malware on our point-of-sale registers”
- Half of UK people are not protecting themselves online, says government
Tuesday 14 January 2014
- Patch Tuesday January 2014 – Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle
- Anonymous Yelp reviewers must be outed, US court rules
- UK government urges small businesses to become more “cyber streetwise”
- SSCC 130 – Botnets, banking, breaches, patching and the Mavericks controversy [PODCAST]
- SEA hijacks Microsoft Twitter accounts, Xbox support blog and Technet
Wednesday 15 January 2014
- Is your car spying on you?
- Who’s to blame for security problems? Surveys say, EVERYONE
- And the results of our “How trustworthy is Facebook” poll are…
- Google pays $3.2 billion for Nest, a smart-home gadget maker
Thursday 16 January 2014
- Apple slapped with settlement over shabby sales security in the App Store
- Businesses are building shopper profiles based on sniffing phones’ WiFi
- Target issues apology letter – but includes some awful security advice
- Security warnings do better if they use scammers’ tricks, research finds
Friday 17 January 2014
- NSA sweeps up hundreds of millions of text messages daily
- Microsoft breathes a tiny bit of life back into XP – but still says, “Time to move on!”
- Jailed terrorist gets extra time for refusing to divulge USB stick password
Saturday 18 January 2014
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