Grant Hatchimonji

Senior Editor

Why giving mobile apps banking info isn't as risky as it seems

Kicking the stool out from under the cybercrime economy

Kicking the stool out from under the cybercrime economy

CSO Online spoke with Shape Security's Wade Williamson at this year's Black Hat USA conference about the economy of cybercrime and how it can be weakened

Black Hat USA 2014: Talking botnets and ad campaigns

Black Hat USA 2014: Talking botnets and ad campaigns

Botnets are becoming more sophisticated and White Ops' Michael Tiffany spells out what that means for the advertising campaigns they've been targeting

10 new social media scams to watch out for

Scams on social networks are nothing new, but they're constantly changing to keep up with and take advantage of the latest apps, trends, and news. Here are some of the most recent scams that are making the rounds

Beef up your security and avoid being a victim on vacation this summer

Beef up your security and avoid being a victim on vacation this summer

People falling prey to cyberattacks and breaches of physical security while traveling is not uncommon. Here's how to take steps to ensure that you and your assets stay safe

Culture clash: How physical security is impacted by cultural norms

Culture clash: How physical security is impacted by cultural norms

Culture, of all things, can affect the strength of physical perimeter security, for better or for worse. We offer a look at what is and isn't working overseas, and why

8 security hits and misses on the silver screen

8 security hits and misses on the silver screen

Security has played a bigger role in cinema than you may think

The use of mobile credentials is on the rise, but can they be secured?

The use of mobile credentials is on the rise, but can they be secured?

Though some basic security measures are available for protecting mobile credentials, many questions still remain in the relatively early stages of adoption

15 new, hot security and privacy apps for Android and iOS

15 new, hot security and privacy apps for Android and iOS

Mobile devices have the potential to be an extremely vulnerable attack surface that can compromise both personal and company data. To help keep you protected, here are a few of the best-rated security and privacy apps for Android and...

Up in smoke: How marijuana shops in Colorado are protecting themselves from losses

Up in smoke: How marijuana shops in Colorado are protecting themselves from losses

The moment I walk into the 3D Cannabis Center in Denver, Colorado, I'm approached by a security guard, taser on his hip, who requests my identification. As I fumble around in my wallet for my driver's license, I take a look around...

6 ways a marijuana shop secures its premises

6 ways a marijuana shop secures its premises

With retail marijuana shops unable to do business with banks, store owners are implementing stringent security measures to protect their cash, their product, and their employees. Here's how one store -- 3D Cannabis Center in Denver,...

Why facial recognition isn't the way of the future...yet

Why facial recognition isn't the way of the future...yet

It's the how the future is meant to be, isn't it? The good guys need to find a bad guy in a crowd of people, so they start scanning the environment with a camera that is equipped with facial recognition technology. Seconds later,...

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