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Every business faces the possibility of external attacks, but another potential threat is on the premises, reports Dan Raywood.
A security consultant said that he collected and published the names of one fifth of Facebook’s global user base as part of his work on a security tool.
McAfee has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire tenCube to add to the service acquired in the Trust Digital deal.
The appointment of President Obama’s new cybersecurity coordinator, Howard Schmidt, has drawn mostly favorable assessments.
Google has apologized after it suffered a huge traffic jam that left millions of users unable to access the site Thursday.
Reports of the Conficker worm are being vastly exaggerated and it will not have as big an impact as is being predicted, claims a security researcher.
A new twist in DNS-changing malware poisons other hosts on a local subnet, and installs a rogue DHCP server.
A web-hosting firm that apparently sent out more than 75 percent of worldwide spam has been knocked offline.
Companies are struggling to come to grips with the basics of vulnerability management.
Chinese internet users have criticized what they deem to be Microsoft’s violation of their right to privacy.
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