The Guardian has recently been doing an experiment into the security of public wi-fi “hotspots” such as BTOpenzone, and has published some worrying findings.
Santander has been busy denying that its Alliance & Leicester online banking site has been the victim of a hack attack.
Barclays have emailed their clients to let them know that they’re going to change the way they login to both online and mobile banking.
Following yesterday’s public warning about the security of Square’s card reader by Verifone, Square have posted a rather understated response on their website.
HSBC are sending out their new Secure Key devices to improve security for their Personal Internet Banking customers.
Payment processor Verifone has issued a very public warning about the security of competitor Square’s card reader, stating that it could be used for credit card skimming.
US personal finance blogger Nickel has written a couple of useful posts recently on how you can secure your sensitive financial data and documents on your computer.
Researchers have revealed a way of hacking into iPhones and iPads to reveal sensitive data, even for phones using a user passcode.
Our lives are now blighted by the need to remember more and more passwords, and to be really secure, you need to make sure those passwords are of a decent complexity.
Back in February of this year (it’s still 2010 as I write this), we posted about a BBC Newsnight report that showed how a team of researchers from Cambridge University had managed to find a flaw in the Chip & PIN system.