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It's all about the small things - geo-tagged photos enabled the FBI to catch an elite hacker
Experts say embedded device and systems makers are eons behind in secure system design and development maturity
"There will soon be a name for Mac users who are not running AV – victims.”
Don't hide behind security through obscurity
A large number of enterprises are exposing themselves to risks ranging from insider fraud to corporate espionage and more
FTC report outlines identity theft experiences and outlines recommendations
Advances in robotic drone surveillance threaten to erode our rights
IT professionals are best placed to identify cloud security issues
'Anonymous a handful of geniuses surrounded by a legion of idiots'
Few tech company names ever become common English terms. No one ever asks you to "Microsoft" a document or "Apple" a video.
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Because of the openness of Android, the Google OS can be an easy target for malware writers and cybercriminals
While it's true some users may lose their internet access next month, it's not the FBI's fault
Fortunately there are checklists to guide CIOs and IT leaders through cloud security issues
Analysts are warning Big Data presents a big threat to your organisation’s security, legal standing and reputation
With a 'friend-to-friend' approach, this free and open source service offers a secure way to chat and share files with only people you trust
Survey finds staffers unwilling to bet on network security
Security is always near the top the list of concerns for IT leaders, and will continue to do so as more porous, cloud computing environments become ubiquitous
Trying to lock down every possible device used in the workplace may face a losing battle
The appeal by BT and TalkTalk against the Digital Economy Act has failed, but the fight will continue
Big Data brings big hopes about catching stealthy intruders going after sensitive data
The vulnerabilities of cloud computing stem from the threats lurking within the public Internet itself
The cloud brokerage model simplifies the management challenge for end users, says Ken O'Hagan
Gatekeeper does the same validity check as the iOS system but only does it when an app is first installed
With no consensus on clearly defining the terms, it's easy to get confused by the array of labels available for cyber attacks