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An Analysis of the Starbucks Cyber-Attack and How To Stay Protected
June 14, 2015 | By Amit Ashbel

How much is a cup of coffee really worth? Several weeks ago, many Starbucks customers began reporting their Starbucks card balance emptied and then topped again. On May 13th, Starbucks... Read More >

Game of Hacks coming in white-labelled version after strong demand from security-challenged businesses
May 20, 2015 | By David Braue

It may have started out as a way to build a brand and engage the curiosity of the Internet development community, but an Israeli development-tools company's Game of Hacks competition... Read More >

9 Security Mistakes Every Java Developer Must Avoid
May 18, 2015 | By Sharon Solomon

Java has come a long way since it was introduced in mid-1995. Its cross-platform characteristics have made it the benchmark when it comes to client-side web programming. But with cybercrime and hackings reaching epidemic levels due to its widespread usage and distribution, the need for secure Java development has become... Read More >

Starbucks customers’ mobile accounts breached by thieves
May 17, 2015 | By Elizabeth Weise

Some Starbucks customers have had money siphoned out of their Starbucks mobile app by thieves using a clever new attack, but Starbucks itself hasn't been hacked, the company said Friday. It works like this: First, the thieves buy stolen passwords and IDs on the underground market. They then use an... Read More >

The Anonymous Inoculation
May 4, 2015 | By Niv Elis

In its third year of coordinating cyber attacks against Israel, the online “hacktivist” group Anonymous decided to up its rhetoric. On April 7, the group promised in a video, it would unleash “an electronic Holocaust” on the Jewish state, threatening to wipe Israel from the cyber- security map. Though Anonymous garnered plenty of media attention, the question is whether it... Read More >

Checkmarx: Turning Hackers Into Unwitting Product Developers
April 21, 2015 | By Steve Bowcut

Brilliance Security Magazine had the good fortune of sitting down with Maty Siman, Founder and CTO, of Checkmarx at the RSA Conference in San Francisco.  Mr. Siman’s obvious intelligence yet humble demeanor enables him to standout as a notable leader in the security industry.  Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Tel Aviv, Checkmarx develops... Read More >

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