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IT Leaders' Forum: Security in the age of insecur...
There was a time when the stereotypical image of the average malware writer was of a greasy Herbert holed up in a dreary suburb of Moscow or Chisinau, supposedly banging out dodgy code at the behest...
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US mortgage lenders risk data breach
A stark majority of mortgage lenders large and small risk their clients’ financial information falling into the wrong hands, according to one cybersecurity firm’s investigation. Over 70% of mortgage...
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'Mind boggling' trove of 1.25bn emails discovered...
The discovery was made by cybersecurity firm Hold Security LLC, who say that they obtained the data over the past three weeks and noted that the records had been stolen in separate attacks. One of...
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Why Do Companies Keep Getting Hacked?
... days, criminal hacking is a business," Patrick Thomas, a security consultant at Neohapsis, tells Fast Company. "Everything that is done has a chain linked to real dollars. And hackers are...
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Apple readies security fix for Mac after iOS flaw
Apple said Monday it was developing a security fix for its Mac OS X computer operating system after a patch released for its iPhones and iPads to thwart hacker attacks. The California tech giant...
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Malware has changed, but its name hasn't -- and l...
What's in a name? For one security expert, not enough when the name is "malware." Related Articles In a recent blog post, Seculert CTO Aviv Raff argued that, especially in the security industry,...
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NHS could be saved through Whitehall and Microsof...
NHS could be saved through Whitehall and Microsoft XP negotiationsOperating Systemsby Ben Sullivan| 12 February 2014Department of Health in talks to extend Windows XP support. A deal is being...
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