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Samsung, Mastercard Partner for Digital Payments
The digital wallet is also rolling out to Malaysia, Russia, and Thailand by the year's end.

The Internet of Things Industry Failed Us
The most frustrating part of the recent DDoS attack is that there were plenty of warning signs.

Public Wi-Fi Kiosks to Invade the UK
London will get super-fast Wi-Fi from kiosks similar to the ones rolling out across New York City.

Worried About Security, Millennials Shun Mobile Payments
One in four have abandoned the practice due to security concerns, according to a survey from VocaLink.

Sweden Bans Drones With Cameras
To capture images with your drone in Sweden, you'll need a pricey permit.

China: Stop Blaming Our Companies for Major DDoS Attack
China's Ministry of Justice is not very happy with people blaming Chinese companies for last week's DDoS attacks.

Be Careful, These AI-Powered Security Cameras Are Watching
Thanks to Movidius's Myriad 2 platform, advanced security algorithms can now run inside the cameras themselves.

Feds to Car Makers: Make Sure You're Ready for Cyberattacks
The DOT's best practices aim to reduce the probability of a cyberattack or mitigate a successful intrusion.

What Businesses Can Learn From the Mirai Botnet DDoS Attack
We talked to security experts at NCSA's Cybersecurity Summit about IoT security and how to prepare for the next attack.

ARM Boosts IoT Security With New Chips, Cloud Platform
ARM processors already power much of the Internet of Things. Now the company is turning its attention to security.