Protesters have rallied in numbers outside the Apple Store in Washington DC, demanding that the company take steps to protect free speech and human rights.
A well-known security researcher has pointed out a major flaw in an article about hacking published by the Australian Financial Review on 26 June: its over-eagerness in attributing attacks, when that is the toughest part of a threat analyst's job.
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GUEST OPINION By Louis Tague, Vice President, Australia and New Zealand, FireEye: As efforts to adjust to the “new normal” are forcing huge portions of Australians into remote working and outside the relative safety of their employers’ corporate networks, cyber risks have become top-of-mind even for employees who don’t work within security.
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