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Too Soon To Say if Apple Pay is Safe: Tech Security Expert

It’s a new era at the cash register or should we say mobile register as Apple Pay launches today at 220,000 restaurants and shops. The new mobile payments system for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is supposed to eventually replace cash and credit cards. The devices let consumers pay for items or services merely by using their phone’s fingerprint scanner and holding the device up to the register.

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Google Launches Support for Security Key, A Simpler Kind of Two-Factor Authentication

It just got a little easier to log into Gmail. Today, Google launched support for Security Key, an open standard that lets you log in to an account with a physical device, usually in the form of a USB. The device takes the place of the six-digit confirmation codes currently used by Google’s two-factor authentication. Instead of…

Cybercrime: The Next Entrepreneurial Growth Business?

Cyberspace is constantly evolving and presenting organizations with new opportunities, as the desire of businesses to quickly adopt new technologies, such as using the Internet to open new channels and adopting cloud services, provides vast opportunity. But, it also brings unanticipated risks and inadvertent consequences that can have a potentially negative impact. via Cybercrime: The Next…