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Small and medium Australian enterprises are particularly vulnerable to computer security breaches, with the average SME breach costing $37,661. Yet in spite of the threat,…
Web security specialist Dasient reports that its malware analysis platform has found more than 640,000 malware-ridden websites, accounting for 5.8 million individual infected pages.
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 09:48

Australia, NZ amongst worst for online brand attacks

Australia continues to rank as one of the top ten countries worldwide to suffer online brand attacks, and while Colombia and France have dropped off…
Wednesday, 28 October 2009 09:12

Australian spam rates higher than global average

Spam levels in Australia are going through the roof, increasing by two percent to 92.7 percent of all emails received by business, and higher than…
Netgear is bragging that its ProSecure UTM (unified threat management) appliances for SMEs outperformed similar devices from other vendors in third-party testing of their ability…
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 05:30

Hackers seek 500,000 resumes

The UK Guardian newspaper has confirmed that a hacking attack on their UK-based GuardianJobs site has 'liberated' around 500,000 resumes.
Saturday, 24 October 2009 08:25

Report: China ready for cyber war

A report prepared for the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission describes the ways the Chinese government is preparing to fight a cyber war, and…
Friday, 23 October 2009 07:11

Metasploit acquired by Rapid7

Announced yesterday, the Metasploit project is to be absorbed by security company Rapid7.
Thursday, 22 October 2009 19:27

"Smart grids are like a hacker's wet dream"

Smart grid technology might lead to more flexible electricity supply and better prices, but it also represents a major potential security threat.
Almost a third of the customers who have installed Microsoft's free Security Essentials software have been found to be suffering from major malware infections.




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