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HBGary Federal faces Congressional probe

HBGary Federal faces Congressional probe

May have conspired to sabotage opponents.
Mar 25 2011 10:59AM
US on top in 'dirty dozen' of global spam-relaying countries

US on top in 'dirty dozen' of global spam-relaying countries

China falls off Sophos list.
Apr 29 2010 2:42PM
US branded dirtiest web hosting nation

US branded dirtiest web hosting nation

Sophos report warns that US hosters need to clean up their act.
Feb 4 2010 11:46AM
Business should come clean over 'digital dirty laundry'

Business should come clean over 'digital dirty laundry'

Businesses have been warned to "come clean about the dirty laundry" when staff send ill-judged emails containing offensive material..
Apr 18 2008 1:19PM
Half of UK finance houses handle dirty cash

Half of UK finance houses handle dirty cash

Convicted criminals and suspected terrorists are laundering money through UK financial services companies because most banks fail adequately to screen customer databases, according to survey by data integrity specialists Datanomic.
Jul 25 2007 5:02PM
US court convicts 'dirty duo' spammers

US court convicts 'dirty duo' spammers

Pair found guilty of multiple felonies.
Jun 27 2007 1:21PM
Microsoft blasts IBM in dirty ODF war

Microsoft blasts IBM in dirty ODF war

Big Blue accused of hijacking open standard debate to peddle its wares.
Feb 19 2007 9:52AM
Obsession is not a dirty word

Obsession is not a dirty word

Information security manager of the year Tony Ritson talks to Ron Condon about how he made his firm the industry standard
Jun 16 2005 4:01PM
Cyberterrorism - a dirty word

Cyberterrorism - a dirty word

Cyberterrorism is being overly hyped to gouge money out of the board, a leading security expert has claimed.
Apr 26 2005 4:51PM
Spam's dirty dozen: Sophos

Spam's dirty dozen: Sophos

The US, South Korea and China are among the top 12 countries for originating spam, according to a report.
Aug 26 2004 12:00AM
Ex-hacker: The unspoken, dirty little secret

Ex-hacker: The unspoken, dirty little secret

I rarely make a bet, but if you asked me whether I'd wager some money on the likelihood of an organisation employing a hacker to assess their security risk, I'd almost certainly accept on the basis that they would not.
Jun 29 2004 3:19PM
Ex-hacker: the unspoken, dirty little secret - part 1

Ex-hacker: the unspoken, dirty little secret - part 1

I rarely make a bet, but if you asked me if I'd bet my bottom dollar on a firm employing a hacker to assess their security risk, I'd only accept on the basis that they would not. Hiring a hacker to assess the security risk of an organisation is something that fewer than 64 per cent of ISO's are willing to consider. That's hardly surprising when the risks are analysed alongside the statistics; viruses and hackers cost businesses worldwide somewhere in the region of $1.5 trillion. That said, organisations that are unwilling to hire a hacker face one increasing problem; hiring a hacker is not always a conscious decision.
Jun 21 2004 4:03PM

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