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IEEE promotes security skills to software developers
Opens the 'Centre for Secure Design'.
Aug 28 2014 7:34AM
UK passes controversial data retention bill
Telcos forced to store user data for a year.
Jul 18 2014 11:52AM
Microsoft tests security information exchange platform
Offers private access to select few.
Jun 25 2014 6:56AM
Securing Apple iOS8
It is more open, but can it be protected?
Jun 6 2014 7:10AM
Microsoft reverses stance on Windows XP security
Gives 15 month stay of execution.
Jan 17 2014 6:38AM
Researchers predict timing of cyber attacks
Telcos to benefit.
Jan 16 2014 12:15PM
CERT Polska warns on malware DDoS
Polish agency warns about corporate servers being targeted
Dec 20 2013 1:30PM
GCHQ probes Huawei
Chinese telco tech scrutinised.
Dec 19 2013 9:36AM
Uptick in phishing scams, survey finds
PhishMe says 16 percent of office staff have fallen victim to phishing
Dec 19 2013 6:00AM
World's largest Android botnet found
And warnings over jailbroken Apple devices.
Dec 18 2013 12:02PM
Apple Safari is not as secure as you think
`Secure' online banking and payment credential pages accessible to hackers
Dec 18 2013 8:21AM
One grenade, £80K cash and four arrests in malware banking fraud
Four people have been arrested, and two charged, in connection with £1 million online banking fraud.
Dec 13 2013 2:51PM
Brit cabinet offices outlines security kitemark plans
NCSS master plan extends to `security seal of approval' scheme for companies wishing to do business with the public sector
Dec 13 2013 2:00PM
Crims crack record number of paid apps
iOS apps targeted.
Dec 12 2013 3:00PM
Microsoft boosts Internet encryption and transparency
Microsoft commits to improving Internet encryption, as Forrester says that the cloud has become the new normal for businesses.
Dec 9 2013 7:30AM
Can security expenditure end with profits?
Ever since the arrival of the first anti-virus software in the mid-1980s, accountants have been battling with IT managers to control and quantify the efficiency of IT security software.
Jan 24 2007 7:07AM
Ninety per cent of mobile devices have no IT security
Businesspeople are `going wireless' with their email and allied communications, but most are not taking appropriate precautions to ensure they're working in a secure environment.
Apr 1 2004 12:52PM
NetBotz gets down to the particle level
NetBotz, intelligent physical security specialist, has released a particle sensor for its electronic alarm system.
Apr 1 2004 12:04PM
Baltimore Technologies bids farewell to IT security
Baltimore Securities PLC, a fallen star in the IT security business, has announced it is moving into the clean energy solutions business.
Apr 1 2004 11:50AM
Human error to blame for most security breaches
Human error is the main reason for most IT security breaches, but that the problem can be mitigated by better training for the staff concerned.
Mar 31 2004 5:25PM
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