Tom Brewster

Recent articles by Tom Brewster

Mac OS X Lion sets the bar for cheaper software

Mac OS X Lion sets the bar for cheaper software

No optical discs in web launch of multitouch-friendly OS.
Jun 7 2011 7:47AM
VMware buys Socialcast

VMware buys Socialcast

Competes with Citrix Receiver?
Jun 2 2011 2:22PM
Britain planning cyber weapons factory?

Britain planning cyber weapons factory?

Reports suggest the UK government is to openly initiate cyber weapons production.
Jun 1 2011 8:41AM
Intel unveils Ultrabook concept

Intel unveils Ultrabook concept

Intel says the new system will run 40 percent of all consumer laptops by 2012.
Jun 1 2011 8:41AM
Mac OS X gets first ever crimeware kit

Mac OS X gets first ever crimeware kit

Mac OS X users are being targeted by the first ever crimeware created for the operating system.
May 4 2011 5:45AM
Energy providers pummelled by DDoS: McAfee

Energy providers pummelled by DDoS: McAfee

Time to focus on the impact.
Apr 20 2011 12:40PM
Toshiba launches self-encrypting hard drives

Toshiba launches self-encrypting hard drives

The Japanese tech giant introduces the world's first series of self-encrypting drives.
Apr 14 2011 10:05AM
Hackers get 'more violent' against security firms

Hackers get 'more violent' against security firms

Security firms are getting hit by more attacks.
Apr 14 2011 10:05AM
Barracuda admits mistake after hack

Barracuda admits mistake after hack

Security maker pantsed after it lets its guard down.
Apr 13 2011 8:58AM
Spooks say BlackBerry is safest

Spooks say BlackBerry is safest

Research in Motion device best for Government.
Apr 12 2011 10:43AM
Google offers scientists epic computing power

Google offers scientists epic computing power

One billion computing hours.
Apr 11 2011 10:36AM
Russia fingered in LiveJournal DDoS attacks

Russia fingered in LiveJournal DDoS attacks

DDoS attacks on LiveJournal go after an anti-corruption blogger.
Apr 8 2011 12:06PM
Most IT departments ‘clueless’ over sensitive files

Most IT departments ‘clueless’ over sensitive files

Sensitive files don't appear to mean much to security pros, an Imperva survey suggests.
Apr 8 2011 12:03PM
Google defends Android openness

Google defends Android openness

Google says it is still open after critics questioned its handling of Honeycomb source code.
Apr 8 2011 6:48AM
The fallout from the Epsilon breach

The fallout from the Epsilon breach

The Epsilon breach took place late last month, but the ramifications could be serious. Tom Brewster looks at what the consequences could be...
Apr 7 2011 11:30AM
Webroot launches Android security apps

Webroot launches Android security apps

IT consumerisation behind the push.
Apr 6 2011 9:39AM
Targeted attacks pick up where Stuxnet left off

Targeted attacks pick up where Stuxnet left off

Symantec report predicts a spike this year.
Apr 6 2011 9:38AM
EMC brings NetWitness into RSA fold

EMC brings NetWitness into RSA fold

Technology that helped RSA identify recent attack.
Apr 5 2011 5:51AM
IBM opens European advanced security centre

IBM opens European advanced security centre

Big Blue sets up a security institute in Brussels, helping firms come together to learn about threats and how to deal with them.
Apr 1 2011 12:30PM
Overtis tracks worker behaviour in browsers

Overtis tracks worker behaviour in browsers

More power to administrators.
Mar 31 2011 1:29PM

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