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Expert: Online security education is failing
Efforts to educate users about the dangers of phishing attacks and other online fraud have failed, according to a leading information security expert.
Mar 29 2007 11:02AM
Dan Newman, Instructor and hacking expert on the Ethical Hacking course (CEH) at The Training Camp
Jan 25 2006 2:36PM
Expert: audits not enough
Corporations must do more than just conduct audits to protect against evolving security threats, a security compliance expert warned this week.
Nov 28 2005 9:32PM
'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
Expert blasts Home Secretary email blunder
A security expert criticized the U.K. Home Office after a document outlining new terror measures was sent to opposition parties with amendments and deletions still within the document's hidden metadata.
Sep 16 2005 5:04PM
Expert blasts Windows OneCare
Microsoft has unveiled controversial plans for a subscription service that could charge customers for using antivirus, anti-spyware and firewall protection.
May 13 2005 4:41PM
Anti-virus expert claims spyware does not exist
Reports of spyware’s life have been greatly exaggerated, according to anti-virus expert Eugene Kaspersky.
Mar 4 2005 12:12PM
NSF cuts fall under expert scrutiny
Jan 14 2005 5:03PM
The busy life of a forensics expert
As an academic and expert witness and advisor to the government, Peter Sommer is a man trying to juggle his time, as Dan Ilett reports
Aug 5 2004 4:11PM
Expert vs. Expertise: Computer Forensics and the Alternative OS
No longer a dark and mysterious process, computer forensics has been significantly on the scene for more than five years now.
Jan 9 2004 3:56PM
Infosys buys Melbourne’s Expert IS
Indian consultancy and services giant Infosys Technologies has announced an agreement to buy Melbourne services company Expert Information Services for $31 million.
Dec 19 2003 12:00AM
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