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The November 2015 issue of our SWITCH Security Report is available!

Dear Reader!

A new issue of our monthly SWITCH Security Report has just been released.

The topics covered in this report are:

  • No safe harbour in the Land of the Free – EU Court of Justice restricts data transfer to US
  • A different kind of virus – medical equipment hackable online on a grand scale
  • Viruses, scanned – free anti-virus programs almost as good as those you pay for
  • Let’s hear it, buddy! ETH Zurich research team simplifies two-factor authentication with sound recognition
  • Situation critical – researchers find vulnerabilities in 87% of all Android devices

The Security Report is available in both English and German.

»»  Download the english report.      »»  Download the german report.

Did you miss our previous Security Report? Click here to go to the archive.

 

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The June 2015 issue of our SWITCH Security Report is available!

Dear Reader!

A new issue of our monthly SWITCH Security Report has just been released.

The topics covered in this report are:

  • What do tax authorities and contact sites have in common? Neither can
    protect customer data
  • Good friends listen, and so does the BND – the scandal continues
  • A new kind of government Trojan – cyber attack on German parliament’s
    secure network
  • Reset, then reload – Android smartphones keep data even after factory
    reset
  • The Clipboard: interesting presentations, articles and videos

The Security Report is available in both English and German.

»»  Download the english report.      »»  Download the german report.

Did you miss our previous Security Report? Click here to go to the archive.

 

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Unser SWITCH Security-Report für Mai 2014 ist verfügbar

Die aktuelle Ausgabe unseres monatlich erscheinenden ‘SWITCHcert Reports zu aktuellen Trends im Bereich IT-Security und Privacy‘ ist soeben erschienen.

Themen diesen Monat:

  • Android prüft zukünftig kontinuierlich installierte Apps – Fake-Virenscanner ist Shooting Star in Googles App-Store
  • US-Behörde schafft vollendete Tatsachen in Sachen Netzneutralität
  • «Heartbleed» setzt Frust und Hoffnung der Open-Source-Entwickler frei
  • Dropbox will mit Hilfe von Condoleezza Rice weltweit expandieren
  • Und wie immer Links zu spannenden Präsentationen, Artikeln und Videos rund um die Themen IT-Security und -Privacy.

Zum Download (PDF):

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