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How third parties bring threats onto your network

10 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
How third parties bring threats onto your network
ITProPortal spoke to Brian Foster, the CTO of Damballa and a veteran of Symantec and McAfee about what the new landscape of security, and why third parties could be the weak link in your security.

Bank of England to simulate cyber war attacks in Operation Waking Shark 3

15 hours ago  by Dan Raywood
Bank of England to simulate cyber war attacks in Operation Waking Shark 3
The Bank of England is to test banking organisations’ vulnerabilities as part of a broader assessment of the reliability of their information security defences.

The key questions you need to ask before throwing your data into the cloud

16 hours ago  by Laurence James
The key questions you need to ask before throwing your data into the cloud
Cloud has been an industry buzzword for some time but has continued to evolve at quite a pace. Despite this, a major theme of discussion that remains is how to avoid the risks associated with it.

Apple patches yet another SSL flaw in iOS and OSX

23 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Apple patches yet another SSL flaw in iOS and OSX
The new updates repair various different vulnerabilities with the chief problem involving a bug that affects SSL connections that could be easily intercepted in both iOS and OSX.

Bring your own Internet of Things: The hottest new business trend?

23 Apr 2014  by Rick Delgado
Bring your own Internet of Things: The hottest new business trend?
As businesses get ahead of the trends and learn to maximise the benefits while effectively addressing the potential problems, they'll be well-prepared to make big strides in the coming decades.

Why Edward Snowden's PRISM leaks shouldn't put businesses off the cloud

23 Apr 2014  by Campbell Williams
Why Edward Snowden's PRISM leaks shouldn't put businesses off the cloud
After the NSA leaks and the huge controversy that still surrounds Snowden's revelations, Internet users and businesses alike can hardly be blamed for fearing for the safety of their online data.

Google refunding customers duped by fake anti-virus app

23 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
Google refunding customers duped by fake anti-virus app
Google has started to refund customers who bought a fake app purporting to be an anti-virus, which is believed to have gained 10,000 downloads on the Play Store.

US and Belarus top the “Dirty Dozen” of spam senders

23 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
US and Belarus top the “Dirty Dozen” of spam senders
Security company Sophos has listed the top 12 countries for spam output, both by volume and per person, with the US and Belarus topping the table in each respective category.

Users warned to delete AOL spam emails

23 Apr 2014  by Chloe Albanesius
Users warned to delete AOL spam emails
If you get a suspicious email from an AOL user, it's probably best to delete it. The service has apparently been compromised and some accounts are sending out spammy messages.

How to prevent RATs from taking over your Mac

22 Apr 2014  by Max Eddy
How to prevent RATs from taking over your Mac
Forget rats in your kitchen – it’s the RATs in your computer that you should really be worried about. We show you how to defend your Mac from the vermin.

Web apps targeted by hackers amid 2013 cyber-espionage rise

22 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
Web apps targeted by hackers amid 2013 cyber-espionage rise
A Verizon report has found that the three main targets of hackers in 2013 were web apps and point of sale devices, while state-sponsored or otherwise, ideological cyber-espionage is on the rise.