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Cyber Security Today: Jan. 16, 2019 — Why security testing is vital, and keep away from construction sites

Today's podcast looks at vulnerabilities found in website hosting companies that could have allowed an attacker to take over a site, a report from Nova Scotia's privacy commissioner and the possibility construction cranes could be hacked

Bluetooth bites 802.11, comes up empty

The head of the Bluetooth Special Interest group says the new combination spec has security features which have never been broken but the technology could be redundant with ultra-wide broadband, an ABI analyst says. Find out more about its security and interference characteristics

Cisco, T-Systems Germany team on RFID

Equipment manufacturer Cisco Systems Inc. and IT service provider T-Systems International GmbH will collaborate in developing smart-tag systems for the logistics and retail sectors, the companies said.

Tracked by your new suit

One day, not long from now, virtually any store, restaurant or business may be able to identify you, note what clothing you

Cisco touts plan to tame WLANs

Cisco Systems Inc. this week will answer the challenge of a pack of aggressive wireless LAN switch vendors with a plan for managing WLANs across an enterprise network.

U.S. officials push for public safety airwave priority

U.S. government agencies and commercial critical infrastructure providers such as utilities and railroads believe enhanced national security requirements following last year's terrorist attacks should serve as a litmus test of any reallocation of limited radio frequency spectrum resources.

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