RMIT University student Tracy Tam won the top prize in the inaugural cyber security competition which the university held in collaboration with Russian security firm Kaspersky.
Linux is becoming open to more malware threats because of the applications and programming languages that can be used as a means to attack components of the open-source operating system when used in a server environment, a senior security researcher at Kaspersky Lab claims.
A Russian-speaking online threat actor, known as Sofacy, has been observed to be shifting its attention to the Far East, and showing interest in military, defence and diplomatic organisations, the security firm Kaspersky Lab claims.
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She didn't walk away empty handed, she got a partial win which meant she got 50% of the prize value
It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?