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Want a Google-less OS.
 
Target US inks $25m data breach settlement with MasterCard 
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How to tip the balance towards defense.
 
Microsoft begins rollout of Skype for Business 
 
Microsoft buys mobile BI company Datazen 
By Russell Brown | 3 days ago | Comment Now 
Plans to integrate into Power BI.
 
User mistakes aid most cyber attacks 
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Verizon, Symantec reports reveal popularity of phishing attacks.
 
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Telco data set shows no cause for alarm.
 
Windows login-stealing flaw discovered to affect all versions 
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Interpol, tech companies take down Simda botnet 
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"Hide and seek" nature of pay-per-install bot made it a hard catch.
 
NSW govt negotiating Office 365-ready Microsoft deal 
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Whole-of-state licensing arrangement set for renewal.
 
Apple closes critical system backdoor with OS X update  
 
International police bring down Beebone botnet 
 
AWS launches machine learning service 
By Russell Brown | Apr 10, 2015 | Comment Now 
Takes on IBM's Watson and Microsoft.
 
Telcos lobby Govt to fix 'piecemeal' approach to cyber security 
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Google, Microsoft admit to sending Aussie revenue to Singapore 
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Tech giants confirm being under ATO audit.
 
Singtel to buy Trustwave for $1 billion 
Apr 8, 2015 | Comment Now 
Telco giant seeks to be global cybersecurity player.
 
Firefox disables 'opportunistic encryption' to fix HTTPS bypass bug 
By Allie Coyne | Apr 8, 2015 | Comment Now 
Attackers could use fake certificate to get around protections.
 
Microsoft mulls an open source Windows 
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Senior engineer spills the beans at ChefCon.
 
Obama launches financial sanctions for cyber attackers 
Apr 2, 2015 | Comment Now 
Describes cyber crime "national emergency".
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