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SME workers pose top security risk

SME workers pose top security risk

Employees at small and medium-sized companies are more likely to engage in behaviour that puts their employers at risk, according to a new survey..
Jun 4 2008 1:57PM
SME workers pose top security risk

SME workers pose top security risk

Small firms without the luxury of a dedicated IT department most at risk.
Jun 4 2008 10:04AM
Violent video games pose public health risk

Violent video games pose public health risk

A team at the University of Michigan claims to have found evidence that violent computer games can harm children..
Nov 30 2007 8:07AM
Office-based employees pose greater threat than remote workers

Office-based employees pose greater threat than remote workers

Nearly half of companies believe office-based employees pose a greater threat to the corporate network than remote workers, a new poll reveals.
Oct 11 2007 2:14PM
Windows StickyKeys could pose security risk

Windows StickyKeys could pose security risk

Microsoft dismisses claims of vulnerability in software component.
Mar 19 2007 12:21PM
Christmas MP3 players pose serious corporate security risks

Christmas MP3 players pose serious corporate security risks

Companies need to take steps to protect themselves from “very serious security threats” which will be posed by MP3 players received as Christmas presents being brought into workplaces next year, security experts warned.
Dec 7 2005 9:09AM
Debate» Voice over IP networks pose a security threat to enterprises and their users

Debate» Voice over IP networks pose a security threat to enterprises and their users

Jul 22 2005 3:27PM
Saddam death worm and IM virus pose new threats

Saddam death worm and IM virus pose new threats

A new virus is worming its way around the internet posing as evidence that Saddam Hussein is dead. Cashing in on the continued unrest and interest in Iraq the worm spreads via email and supposes that Hussein was shot dead in a bungled escape bid from custody.
Feb 3 2005 4:22PM
Wi-Fi hotspots pose corporate security risk

Wi-Fi hotspots pose corporate security risk

Wi-fi has exploded across Britain this year, and is set to continue growing. The capability to improve mobile working means that wireless technology is allowing networked enterprises to tap into the true potential of their employees. But mobile users accessing the internet from corporate machines in Wi-fi hotspots are often doing so with little or no security controls in place. This could lead to network infection, which can have dramatic financial and operating consequences. With the average corporate enterprise infection costing an estimated £33,000 to repair, preventing infection at Wi-fi hotspots is a critical concern for many organisations.
Jul 13 2004 11:17AM

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