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Who owns the Disaster Recovery 'problem'? 
Sep 30, 2014 | Comment Now 
The results of iTnews' 2014 Disaster Recovery Preparedness survey.
Driving down the price of managing risk 
Sep 8, 2014 | Comment Now 
Business continuity no longer needs to break the bank. New and more agile models of technology consumption have helped shape a broader and far more affordable range of options ...
Seven reminders the world runs on IT 
By Joshua Drummond | Apr 24, 2014 | Comment Now 
How a systems failure could ruin your day.
Amazon primes S3 as backup facility 
By Liam Tung | Jan 27, 2012 | Comment Now 
Cloud-attached storage backup.
Banks look to build continuous IT: IBM 
By Liz Tay | Aug 27, 2010 | Comment Now 
Midnight downtime no longer acceptable.
Zeus botnet pushes swine flu spam 
By SC Australia Staff | Dec 4, 2009 | Comment Now 
Installs a keylogger.
Cybercriminals leverage swine flu threat 
By SC Australia Staff | Nov 17, 2009 | Comment Now 
Sophos details Tamiflu fraud.
Austar breathes new life into old data 
By Brett Winterford | Sep 16, 2009 | Comment Now 
A 'no frills' approach to data storage, CRM and business continuity.
Surfers head to Google to search for Bing 
By Brett Winterford | Jul 28, 2009 | Comment Now 
While Swine Flu and ATO dominate Australian search terms.
Curtin Uni pushes VPN to mitigate Swine Flu risk 
By Brett Winterford | Jun 12, 2009 | Comment Now 
Curtin University CIO Peter Nikoletatos has asked faculty staff to download a VPN client on their home computers as part of a contingency plan against a Swine Flu pandemic.
Google targets swine flu with Australian search data 
By Liz Tay | Jun 9, 2009 | Comment Now 
Google is monitoring its Australian users' flu-related search queries in an effort to provide daily information on the spread of influenza.
Swine Flu spam continues to spread with cybercriminals using celebrity names 
By Dan Raywood | May 12, 2009 | Comment Now 
Spammers have moved to using celebrity names alongside swine flu terms to spread malicious links.
Malicious swine flu PDF file spreads password stealer 
By Dan Raywood | May 6, 2009 | Comment Now 
Symantec has reported that an email with a PDF attachment that promises to answer all questions about the swine flu virus contains a password stealer.
Swine flu spam leveling off, but attacks continue 
By Dan Kaplan | May 4, 2009 | Comment Now 
As reports of swine flu infections grow across the world, spammers and malware purveyors continue to try to cash in.
Swine flu forces remote work tool review 
By Ry Crozier | Apr 29, 2009 | Comment Now 
Aussie firms should ensure that remote working and collaboration tools are ready to scale to meet higher rates of absenteeism in the event of an outbreak of Swine flu.
Swine flu causes spam fever 
By Shaun Nichols | Apr 28, 2009 | Comment Now 
Just days after news surfaced of a swine flu outbreak in Mexico, spammers are exploiting the news to advertise online pharmacies.
Indonesia attacks bird flu with USB-based report system 
Jan 23, 2009 | Comment Now 
The Australian government will partially fund the deployment of web and USB stick-based versions of a veterinary reporting system to track and report bird flu outbreaks in ...
Finance and IT departments should be aligned on security 
By SC Australia Staff | Nov 27, 2008 | Comment Now 
Businesses value business continuity as three times more important than IT, according to research from Sophos.
Common IT processes to land you in court 
By Ry Crozier | Aug 14, 2008 | Comment Now 
Embedded metadata, cloud computing and automated back-up schedules stand to implicate IT managers in lawsuits, a leading computer forensics expert has warned.
41,000 PCs seek bird flu cure 
By Simon Burns | Oct 9, 2007 | Comment Now 
An international grid of more than 41,000 computers is offering new hope in the search for treatments for the deadly avian influenza virus.
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