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2014/11/27 10:03
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Techies, SMEs gather at the first PLDT Tech Island PLDT SME Nation together with SMART Enterprise and SUN Business has gathered techies and SMEs last week for a day of inspirational tech talks and...
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2014/11/27 06:19
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The Internet of Things (IoT) and smartphones will continue to be under attack in 2015 as cyber criminals find ways to exploit more devices, according to cyber security experts. Symantec Pacific...
2014/11/27 01:43
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It happens to everyone, and for the most part, those extraneous swipes are canceled out. But the card machine sends data with each attempt, even if they don't show up on a statement. During this time...
2014/11/27 00:52
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Six-year old policy to be refreshed. The Australian Government will soon seek advice from industry on a proposed update to the nation’s cyber security strategy, giving in to calls to review the...
2014/11/26 22:52
2014/11/26 22:52
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The United States' Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has issued an alert to warn users about an advanced strain of malware that was this week revealed to have been used by the country's own...
2014/11/26 20:03
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Want to see a classic example of irony? Head to the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) website. The government security group has issued a public warning about Regin... you know, the...
2014/11/26 06:48
2014/11/26 06:48
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After Symantec published its report on the Regin super-spyware, there were many questions raised. Who coded it? What can it do? And – above all – why did it take so long for security vendors to notice...
2014/11/26 02:48
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This Black Friday, beware the shop with the security seal: researchers have shown that issuers of common good webkeeping seals of approval sometimes miss basic flaws, happily certify phishing sites...
2014/11/25 23:55
2014/11/25 23:55
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The computer-security firm Symantec says it may have found some of the most sophisticated malicious software ever made. The cyber-espionage bug, called Regin, has been making attacks for many years...
2014/11/25 22:42
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By Solange Deschatres Holidays bring mega sales, and this year retailers are going to reap greater rewards. The National Retail Federation predicts a 4.1% growth in holiday retail sales this year,...
2014/11/25 21:41
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Sales gamification company LevelEleven this week released Scorecard, a solution that helps sales managers recognize the key areas salespeople need to focus on to optimize their day-to-day...
2014/11/25 21:41
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... surveillance' spyware blamed on a government | Irish Examiner ‘Mass surveillance’ spyware blamed on a government Tuesday, November 25, 2014 The Irish branch of a global online security...
2014/11/25 21:29
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Regin, the latest malware threat, is also one of the more mysterious ones. When Symantec unveiled details of the new cyber espionage campaign last weekend, its researchers described it as a highly...
2014/11/25 17:56
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Many years ago, I had the not entirely pleasant experience of being cornered by the not entirely sane publisher I was working for at the time, who was very keen to expound a pet theory that he...
2014/11/25 16:23
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Later media reports claimed Stuxnet was designed by the US Government, leading Symantec to brand Regin a “top tier” hacking tool (the implication being that it, too, was designed by government-funded...
2014/11/25 14:17
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Ecommerce has been around for nearly two decades now, and while it's given people all kinds of convenience and flexibility in making purchases, it hasn't erased their underlying fears about safety. A...
2014/11/25 12:38
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An Iranian double agent working for Israel used a standard thumb drive carrying a deadly payload to infect Iran's Natanz nuclear facility with the highly destructive Stuxnet computer worm, according...
2014/11/25 09:56
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According to reports, there's barely an intelligence agency anywhere in the world that can trusted not to try and hack pretty much any organisation it chooses to target. In recent years, the Stuxnet...
2014/11/25 03:25
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As the holiday buying season approaches, retailers remain open to the same attack — called a "point-of-sale" attack — that hit Target and Home Depot, security experts say. Those analysts say that...
2014/11/25 02:22
2014/11/25 02:22
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Today: HIgh-flying software companies Workday and Palo Alto Networks fall after earnings reports, as does networking firm Brocade. Also: Apple hits record high, Tesla brings back its former...
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