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How do you maintain customer trust while evolving your network, and in effect simultaneously evolving the threat landscape? In this webinar, F5 brings together an expert panel to aid service providers in preparing and safeguarding their network.

Published in 5G

How do you maintain customer trust while evolving your network, and in effect simultaneously evolving the threat landscape? In this webinar, F5 brings together an expert panel to aid service providers in preparing and safeguarding their network.

Published in Guest Events

Claroty security researchers have disclosed three vulnerabilities in Honeywell's Experion PKS distributed content system which permit an attacker to execute malicious code, disrupt business processes, and perform denial of service attacks. Honeywell has issued patches.

Published in Security

Symantec has released its latest "Cloud Security Threat Report" which finds "cloud security exacerbated by immature security practices, overtaxed IT staff and risky end-user behaviour".

Published in Cloud

With only Trend Micro and Acronis promising real ransomware protection until now, Bitdefender is the latest to promise a real dialling up of aggression against online crime with its 2019 suite.

Published in Home Tech

Real-time analytics vendor ExtraHop has announced its machine-learning service, Addy, is now available in Australia.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Read up - from ransomware to security model trust, from IoT attacks to cybercrime legislation, from secondary victim attacks to the sharing of threat intelligence.

Published in Security

Vodafone is calling for urgent telco reform to increase coverage and choice lest Australia risk ‘missing out of the full benefits of the technological revolution.’

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 14 February 2012 15:39

Blue Coat exposes key malware strategies

In a wide-ranging report, web security vendor Blue Coat Systems give significant insight into the evolving ways of the current crop of cybercriminals.

Published in Security

RIM's BlackBerry Messenger software is helping rioters stay co-ordinated in their efforts to cause serious mayhem in London, but with calls for Messenger to be blocked, could a genuinely useful technology be hobbled by calls for greater security?

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 26 May 2011 09:38

Mac Skype hack exposed

Now that a patch is available, the organisation that found the Mac Skype vulnerability is openly discussing the issue.  We recommend users get the update quickly.

Published in Security
Be careful what you post on Twitter, the terror police have no sense of humour.

Published in Security
Thursday, 28 May 2009 17:55

Six Foot Orc is King of Malware

Forget Facebook and tip Twitter out with trash, when it comes to malware threats a new king has been crowned and he's a six foot tall Orc.

Published in Security
Artists and file sharers alike are watching the Pirate Bay trial in Sweden with interest.  It's a trial that strikes at matters of copyright, of liberty and the power of the U.S. recording artist's association. It's also a trial that is introducing new terms to our vocabulary, particularly the King Kong defence and datanörd.

Published in Networking
The volume of spam which exists not to sell you stuff, but simply to add your computer to a botnet collective has tripled in just one week. If that weren't worrying enough, it seems that the Srizbi botnet is now responsible for an incredible 46 percent of all spam being distributed.

Published in Security

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