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Don't forget security in the virtual world: HP

Don't forget security in the virtual world: HP

An HP executive warns companies not to leap in head-first to virtualisation without thinking of the security implications.
Oct 7 2010 9:35AM
ACMA: Customers still don't want telemarketing calls

ACMA: Customers still don't want telemarketing calls

First round of renewals going strong.
Apr 23 2010 3:25PM
Small businesses don't trust remote workers

Small businesses don't trust remote workers

Only eight per cent of the UK's small businesses trust employees to work away from the office, despite 42 per cent of workers saying they would work harder from home, according to research.
Feb 17 2009 7:03AM
How do you protect what you don't know exists?

How do you protect what you don't know exists?

Almost every day there is news of a company's security breach and, increasingly, many of these incidents are originating from an employee or other internal source.
Jan 29 2008 9:30AM
Don't post your email

Don't post your email

You wouldn't post your home address on a public website. You should be just as careful with your work email address.
Jun 19 2007 1:43PM
Web ads work, even if you don't see them

Web ads work, even if you don't see them

Boffins find that 'incidental' exposure can be just as effective as in-your-face advertising.
May 15 2007 11:45AM
Phishers don't like Mondays

Phishers don't like Mondays

Symantec's 2006 report highlights phishing, zero-days, and rootkits.
Dec 4 2006 10:04AM
Phishers don't like Mondays

Phishers don't like Mondays

Symantec is declaring 2006 as the year that fraud grew up. In a report, the company said that online fraud and in particularly phishing became much more sophisticated in 2006.
Dec 4 2006 9:56AM
Experts release Al Qaeda hack alert

Experts release Al Qaeda hack alert

A US federal government warning of possible Al Qaeda attacks on financial websites is no cause for panic, a leading security researcher told SCMagazine.com.
Dec 4 2006 9:30AM
Letter: Don't ignore the opinions of CSOs

Letter: Don't ignore the opinions of CSOs

Your "Crime watch" feature (SC August, p30) made for interesting reading - it's always good to get a snapshot of what the latest threats are. While I have the utmost respect for the industry experts quoted, I would have liked to have seen a little more comment from those charged with protecting their organisations: the CSOs and their teams.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
Don't install AOL 9.0, says StopBadware.org

Don't install AOL 9.0, says StopBadware.org

An anti-malware organization is warning home users not to install the latest version of AOL's web service, citing a lack of user notifications and automatic updates without user consent.
Aug 29 2006 9:11PM
Opinion: Don't be an accidental vandal

Opinion: Don't be an accidental vandal

In 2005, the operator of one of the top-level Network Time Protocol (NTP) time servers in Denmark noticed that a large volume of requests hitting his server were invalid.
Aug 14 2006 2:44PM
Opinion: Don't be an accidental vandal

Opinion: Don't be an accidental vandal

In 2005, the operator of one of the top-level Network Time Protocol (NTP) time servers in Denmark noticed that a large volume of requests hitting his server were invalid.
Aug 14 2006 2:44PM
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
Don't trust some 'trusted' websites

Don't trust some 'trusted' websites

Although most of web users feel relatively safe when we click on search results or visit the web sites or blogs of trusted businesses or friends, we should not be so carefree, according to security expert Roger Thompson.
May 12 2006 1:21PM
One-third of companies don't know if they've been hacked

One-third of companies don't know if they've been hacked

A third of senior managers do not know if their company has been hacked, according to new findings.
Apr 19 2006 11:43AM
You don’t need more boxes

You don’t need more boxes

Administrators now realise that deep cultural change is needed to counter this next challenge.
Mar 8 2006 9:29AM
Debate: Anti-virus products just don’t work and vendors are not helping their customers

Debate: Anti-virus products just don’t work and vendors are not helping their customers

Jan 25 2006 3:56PM
Don't declare victory over Sober yet

Don't declare victory over Sober yet

Although the latest variant of the Sober worm has so far been all bark and no bite, some security experts have warned PC users that the bilingual virus' threat isn’t over yet.
Jan 9 2006 9:05PM
'Don't bank online' warns expert

'Don't bank online' warns expert

Pharming attacks are becoming so sophisticated that it is almost impossible to tell fake bank websites from the real ones. One expert urged users to stop using the internet to access bank accounts.
Oct 6 2005 4:38PM

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