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Child Sexual Abuse material downloaded on one-fifth of corporate networks

29 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Child Sexual Abuse material downloaded on one-fifth of corporate networks
A survey carried out by NetClean found that the material has been downloaded on 20 per cent of company networks and under 10 per cent think it’s down to them to prevent it.

North Korea cyber warfare programme detailed by new HP report

29 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
North Korea cyber warfare programme detailed by new HP report
The reports covers all aspects of North Korea’s complex cyber operations that are mostly targeted at the US and South Korea with critical bases in both China and Japan.

Secure publishing finally a reality with Huddle

29 Aug 2014  by Ian Barker
Secure publishing finally a reality with Huddle
Most organisations share or publish files in some form or another, whether internally or externally, but once content is out there it's difficult to know who's reading it or how it's being used.

JPMorgan Chase and four other US banks hit by sophisticated cyber attack

28 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
JPMorgan Chase and four other US banks hit by sophisticated cyber attack
The FBI and security companies are already investigating the attack that saw checking and savings account information pilfered by unidentified attackers.

The modern CISO: How to stand out from the crowd

28 Aug 2014  by Hadi Hosn
The modern CISO: How to stand out from the crowd
The role of the chief information security officer (CISO) has gone from being a largely reactive and technical subset of enterprise IT to being proactive and of strategic importance to the business.

70% of IT professionals suffer weekly phishing attacks - are you one of them?

28 Aug 2014  by Ian Barker
70% of IT professionals suffer weekly phishing attacks - are you one of them?
A new survey sponsored by HP's TippingPoint network security arm looks at the main information security concerns of modern enterprises.

Google, Twitter and HP take the fight to the world’s top security flaws

27 Aug 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Google, Twitter and HP take the fight to the world’s top security flaws
The new group of 12 organisations is drawn from the industry, academia and government agencies that have already produced one report looking at the top 10 flaws today.

Facebook and Twitter still suffering the effects of Snowden's NSA revelations

27 Aug 2014  by Mark Wilson
Facebook and Twitter still suffering the effects of Snowden's NSA revelations
The effects of Edward Snowden's revelations about the activities of the NSA continue to be felt, especially in the US on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

Ministry of Justice fined £180,000 over loss of unencrypted prison data

26 Aug 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Ministry of Justice fined £180,000 over loss of unencrypted prison data
The government department has received the penalty after the loss of a hard drive, containing information on nearly 3,000 prisoners at Erlestoke prison in Wiltshire.

Microsoft attacked by China after being accused of not fully cooperating with anti-monopoly investigation

26 Aug 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Microsoft attacked by China after being accused of not fully cooperating with anti-monopoly investigation
China's State Administration for Industry and Commerce is insisting on gaining more information from the tech giant about its media player and web browser distribution.

Hacker cracks open over half of South Korea's bank accounts in massive data breach

26 Aug 2014  by Alysia Judge
Hacker cracks open over half of South Korea's bank accounts in massive data breach
A hacker has stolen the private data of over half of the population of South Korea in a series of major cyber-attacks, selling off the details to mortgage fraudsters for profit.