Netgear turns its security cameras into a separate business

Netgear turns its security cameras into a separate business

Netgear’s Arlo security cameras are apparently a hit — so much so that the company is turning them into a separate business. The router maker has revealed that it’s spinning out Arlo as a separate company, with the regulatory paperwork completed in the first…

BlackBerry’s ‘Jarvis’ finds security flaws in connected cars

As cars become more reliant on software, it’s critical for automakers to make sure their code is as secure as possible. It’s somewhat surprising, though, for a company like BlackBerry to come out with a potential solution. At a keynote during the North Americ…

The Invi security bracelet repels assailants with a viscous stink

It’s a dangerous world out there but walking around armed with knifes or firearms isn’t always an option for many people. That’s where the Invi self-defense bracelet comes in. Its silver clasp holds a smelly secret that can stop an attacker in their tracks, n…

Intel faces multiple lawsuits over chip security vulnerabilities

Intel is already facing multiple lawsuits over the chip security flaws revealed earlier this week. Gizmodo reports that three have been filed so far — in California, Oregon and Indiana. All three are class action complaints and note Intel’s delay in disclosi…

A Facebook Bug, Election Meddling, and More Security News This Week

Election meddling reports, an abundance of bugs, and more of this week’s top security news.

New web security standard promises safer, faster browsing

It’s safe to say that web security could use a tune-up given the deluge of malware attacks and data breaches. Thankfully, it’s about to get one. The Internet Engineering Task Force has approved Transport Layer Security 1.3, a new standard that makes some fund…

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