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Dangerous spam targets Brits with fake Easter offers

People are being conned out of money and their personal data with the temptation of God and Viagra.

Malware

Published 17 April 2014

Is Google Glass susceptible to Heartbleed?

Millions of Android smartphones and tablets are already vulnerable to the exploit.

Published 16 April 2014

Stop using passwords that are hard to remember but easy for computers to guess

A long string of memorable words is much more secure than a short set of random characters.

Malware

Published 16 April 2014

Threat Horizons 2016 shows cyber 'cold war' has turned hot

Information Security Forum highlights the need for trust in cyberspace.

Malware

Published 15 April 2014

Patch management requires ‘automated approach’ to avoid cybercrime

Research reveals a 128.6% rise in vulnerabilities for Microsoft products in 2013 compared to 2012.

Malware

Published 15 April 2014

Why IT departments are putting their companies at risk of cyber attacks

About 5% of organisations believe they can deal with targeted cyber-attacks.

Malware

Published 14 April 2014

NSA denies prior knowledge of Heartbleed bug

Agency rejects Bloomberg claim that it exploited security flaw to obtain passwords.

Security

Published 14 April 2014

How does the Heartbleed bug work?

A visual guide to the Heartbleed threat.

Malware

Published 11 April 2014

Heartbleed: Why changing your password is the worst advice EVER

Security experts say 'don’t listen to Tumblr'.

Malware

Published 11 April 2014

Everything you need to know about the Sasser worm

The worm, created by a 17-year-old, that brought companies around the world to a standstill.

Malware

Published 11 April 2014

BYOD in conjunction with Windows To Go could be the future of flexible working

Security is all well and good, but don’t forget the human factor, Imation's EMEA VP Nick Banks tells CBR.

Desktops

Published 10 April 2014

Heartbleed: Everything we thought was secure is not

The computer bug that changed cyber security forever.

Malware

Published 10 April 2014

Dating app Tinder infected by dangerous bots

Swipe right, chat to a fake user and your personal data could be stolen.

Malware

Published 03 April 2014

21 of the world's top news outlets have been target of 'state-sponsored' hacking

Journalists under more threat than anyone else, public knowledge is just "tip of the iceberg".

Malware

Published 28 March 2014

The real reasons you are struggling to test disaster recovery systems

Companies run the risk of wasting their investment.

Malware

Published 25 March 2014

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