Kaspersky Lab chief Eugene Kaspersky has labelled the latest published claim, about his company's software being a means of exfiltrating NSA material from the computer of an agency employee, as "the script of a C[grade] movie".
In what appears to be a bid to mollify publishers in the wake of criticism of its search policies, Google will end its "first click free" policy for articles from sites that have subscriptions that show up in its search results.
Security firm UpGuard has disclosed that nearly four million accounts of users of financial publishing company Dow Jones were exposed in a cloud-based file repository which had been configured to allow semi-public access.
Dutton pushed through encryption laws a year ago saying we must have them in place before xmas for security reasons[…]
What an incredibly stupid person Dutton is. This is like trying to hold paper manufacturers responsible for what is printed[…]
Morally bankrupt of Dutton to use the innocent as a prop to justify fascism.
How are those children in detention going Dutts?Being called morally bankrupt by Dutton is high praise indeed.I yearn to be[…]
So the same government and their cheerleading mainstream media proclaiming to emphasise cybersecurity as a major issue all Australian citizens[…]