"This Week in Data" is a weekly infographic that aims to serve as a quick and easy way for our readers to catch up on the latest news about the people and organizations that are shaking up the world of big data, cloud computing, and all things data storage.
This week the LogJam vulnerability is compromising connections between users and servers while vulnerabilities in UC Browser are allowing spy agencies to collect personal information. Additionally, a recent study shows that half of all retail and health care websites were vulnerable in 2014.
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- HTTPS-crippling attack threatens tens of thousands of Web and Mail Servers
- New LogJam encryption flaw puts Web surfers at risk
UC Browser Vulnerabilities
- UC Browser's Lack of Encryption Could Have Leaked Personal Data to Spies
- Alibaba-Owned UC Browser Found to Leak Data Such as Location, Search Details and so On: Research Group
ObserveIT Launches CloudThreat for AWS
- ObserveIT Offers Deeper Visibility Into Cloud User Activity With CloudThreat for AWS
- ObserveIT Launches CloudThreat Amazon Web Services Security Solution
SingleHop Acquires Datagram
- SingleHop Acquires Datagram to Expand Enterprise Cloud Reach
- SingleHop Making Second Acquisition in Two Months--Gobbles up Datagram
NetUSB Driver Exposes Millions
- '90s-Style Security Flaw Puts "Millions" of Routers at Risk
- Critical Vulnerability in NetUSB Driver Exposes Millions of Routers to Hacking
- More Than Half of Health, Retail Sites Always Vulnerable
- Almost All Websites Are Plagued by at Least One Serious Vulnerability