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Why the NSA’s Prism leak could fundamentally alter or even break the Internet

11 Jun 2013  by Joel Hruska
Why the NSA’s Prism leak could fundamentally alter or even break the Internet
The Prism leak which hit late last week is likely to have considerable long-term consequences for the entire Internet.

The Chinese hacking empire: Don’t believe the hype

29 May 2013  by Max Eddy
The Chinese hacking empire: Don’t believe the hype
Is China an all-powerful cyber-espionage machine? It’s not quite as simple as that. We examine the reality behind this idea.

White Hat Security CEO: Lack of women in tech “has to be focused on”

29 Apr 2013  by Will Dalton
White Hat Security CEO: Lack of women in tech “has to be focused on”
We spoke to White Hat Security CEO Stephanie Fohn at Infosec 2013 about the challenges facing women in a male-dominated industry.

Weekend Roundup: Samsung Galaxy S4 grabs headlines, Infosec 2013 puts spotlight on cyber security, Apple Q1 performance detailed

27 Apr 2013  by Rawiya Kameir
Weekend Roundup: Samsung Galaxy S4 grabs headlines, Infosec 2013 puts spotlight on cyber security, Apple Q1 performance detailed
We round up some of the top consumer and business news and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week, with mobile and security continuing to dominate.

Infosec 2013: 'Security must home in on data - not its surroundings'

23 Apr 2013  by Will Dalton
Infosec 2013: 'Security must home in on data - not its surroundings'
“It always comes back to the data centric approach as supposed to trying to build these segmenting walls and imposing different filters across a machine," says Dave Anderson of Voltage Security.

Who attacked Apple and Facebook - and why?

20 Feb 2013  by Damon Poeter
Who attacked Apple and Facebook - and why?
Investigators seeking to discover the origin of the high-profile hacks that have affected Apple and Facebook are serving up conflicting reports.

Today's Tech: Samsung Ativ S review, HTC One images leak, governments seek more cyber weapons from defence firms

18 Feb 2013  by Will Dalton
Today's Tech: Samsung Ativ S review,  HTC One images leak, governments seek more cyber weapons from defence firms
The best of the action from ITProPortal today, also inclusing a mobile security feature as experts call for a "worldwide psychological shift" in our approach to mobile dangers.

Are you a human? CAPTCHA and the future

15 Feb 2013  by Neil J. Rubenking
Are you a human? CAPTCHA and the future
CAPTCHA prevents scammers from creating millions of fake accounts, although it's a pain for us humans. But what alternatives exist?

Protecting children online: How far is too far?

25 Jan 2013  by Will Dalton
Protecting children online: How far is too far?
While some parents aren't doing enough to monitor their children, others seem to go too far. What's the key to striking the balance?

Experts attack Imperva antivirus report

04 Jan 2013  by Max Eddy
Experts attack Imperva antivirus report
Last month, Imperva released a controversial study casting doubt on all antivirus programs. Other security firms don’t agree.

The light in the cloud: A snapshot of photonics in Europe

14 Dec 2012  by Desire Athow
The light in the cloud: A snapshot of photonics in Europe
A quick overview of a booming technology industry that’s critical to our global economy and yet attracts little goodwill.