TechTarget News - Week of Jul 05, 2015

Italy’s Hacking Team gets hacked

Unknown hackers have posted a torrent file-sharing link to more than 400GB of Hacking Team data, including source code, internal documents and emails that could reveal the identity of customers

Dashlane bullish about the future despite LastPass hack

Password management firm Dashlane is confident its business model will evolve and continue to be relevant even if passwords eventually disappear

MtGox chief Mark Karpeles arrested for fraud

Former chief Mark Karpeles is under arrest on suspicion of $1m fraud and involvement in the disappearance of 650,000 bitcoins

BA opens up API on flight information

British Airways offers an open application programming interface (API) for flight information to encourage developers to create value-added travel applications

Symantec uncovers Morpho cyber espionage operation

A cyber espionage group has targeted high-profile technology, internet, commodities and pharmaceutical companies in the US, Europe and Canada, reports Symantec

Most influential women in UK IT 2015: Rising stars

Judges of most influential women in UK IT hail five females as rising stars. Special thanks to the Salesforce Foundation for extending their support to our 2015 Rising Stars

Homeland Security chief calls for federal breach reporting law

The Homeland Security head wants federal laws requiring data breach reporting and information sharing, but one expert warns that government officials need better understanding of infosec technology before creating such laws.

McCormick spices up food market with digital platform business

Former McCormick CIO Jerry Wolfe talks about his role as CEO of the spice company's new tech spinoff and why a digital platform is so essential to reaching today's foodies.

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