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Trojan 2.0 era about to begin: Finjan

Trojan 2.0 era about to begin: Finjan

Cyberattackers are on the verge of creating trojans that take advantage of social networking websites and Web 2.0 technologies, according to researchers at Finjan.
Jan 11 2008 3:17PM
Federal Court finds Telstra's Next G advertising 'deceptive'

Federal Court finds Telstra's Next G advertising 'deceptive'

The Federal Court has granted industry watchdog, the ACCC, the permission to permanently restrain Telstra from engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct concerning its Next Generation mobile network.
Dec 21 2007 10:12AM
How to get more intelligent about smartphones

How to get more intelligent about smartphones

It was about four years ago when the IT department at Chris McClanahan's Fortune 500 financial services company began noticing a widespread influx of so-called smartphones seeking connection to the corporate network.
Oct 15 2007 12:02PM
Marshal warns Optus users about security packages

Marshal warns Optus users about security packages

SYDNEY - Marshal says Optus customers will become complacent about security.
Jun 18 2007 3:24PM
Marshal warns Optus users about security package

Marshal warns Optus users about security package

Security vendor Marshal says Optus customers will become complacent about security.
Jun 18 2007 2:49PM
Older adults 'less confident' about PC skills

Older adults 'less confident' about PC skills

Study recommends steps to help silver surfers.
Mar 23 2007 1:52PM
Australian SMBs confused about IT security

Australian SMBs confused about IT security

Despite their increased reliance on technology, Australian SMBs are taking a reactive approach towards IT security, local IT professionals have argued.
Mar 9 2007 9:51AM
Firms clueless about their IT assets

Firms clueless about their IT assets

Companies fail to keep tabs on servers, operating systems and patchlevels.
Feb 8 2007 10:47AM
NASD accuses Morgan Stanley of lying about losing emails

NASD accuses Morgan Stanley of lying about losing emails

The National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD) has accused investment house Morgan Stanley of lying that millions of emails it possessed were lost in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
Dec 21 2006 5:57PM
On Election Day, IT security executives have doubts about electronic voting

On Election Day, IT security executives have doubts about electronic voting

As America goes to the polls, many IT security leaders have concerns about electronic voting systems being used across the land.
Nov 7 2006 9:27PM
Homeland Security committee has doubts about RFID

Homeland Security committee has doubts about RFID

The use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for tracking humans took a hit in a recent study released by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Emerging Applications and Integrity Advisory Committee.
Nov 2 2006 5:24PM
Crime watch: What the world's top experts think you should be worried about

Crime watch: What the world's top experts think you should be worried about

Nine experts from Australia and around the world sound off on where security threats are headed, and what we can do about it. Negar Salek asks the experts for advice.
Oct 23 2006 12:16PM
From Black Hat: IT pros still mostly worried about Windows

From Black Hat: IT pros still mostly worried about Windows

While threats against Macintosh operating systems are becoming more common, IT managers and researchers attending the Black Hat conference this week in Las Vegas said, by far, that they're still concerned with security on PCs running Microsoft Windows operating systems.
Aug 4 2006 8:25PM
Private eye, about to address hacker conference, arrested

Private eye, about to address hacker conference, arrested

FBI agents arrested a private investigator over the weekend as he was preparing to address a hacker conference in New York City, several media outlets reported today.
Jul 24 2006 9:36PM
Don't get cocky about RFID

Don't get cocky about RFID

Are RFID keycards the next big thing? Only if they can see off power attacks, warns Ken Munro
Jul 12 2006 2:13PM
Consumers confused about online security

Consumers confused about online security

A recent survey shows consumers are totally confused about the level of online threats and how best to protect themselves.
Jul 7 2006 1:46PM
Report: EMC about to buy RSA

Report: EMC about to buy RSA

RSA Security, responding to a story in The New York Times saying EMC – or at lease one other bidder – is on the cusp of buying the firm, confirmed today that it is negotiating with other companies for a "potential strategic transition."
Jun 29 2006 6:48PM
Hoosiers warned about fake Chase Bank scam site

Hoosiers warned about fake Chase Bank scam site

Indiana's attorney general is warning state residents about a phishing attack in which an email claiming to be from Chase Bank offers customers $20 to complete an online survey and provide personal information.
Apr 6 2006 9:38PM
iTunes now warning about MiniStore

iTunes now warning about MiniStore

Apple has added a warning to iTunes, telling users its MiniStore feature phones consumer information back to the company.
Jan 19 2006 8:45PM
Now what about the other spyware?

Now what about the other spyware?

Sony-BMG Entertainment still hasn’t addressed the other half of its use of spyware-like technology on CD-Roms, one blogger familiar with the software pointed out this week.
Nov 29 2005 10:27PM

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