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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released a final draft of recommended security controls for federal systems.
More companies have implemented enterprise-wide business continuity and disaster recovery plans over the past five years, but those plans continue to have weaknesses, according to a survey by Deloitte & Touche LLP and CPM Global Assurance.
A new virus is circulating on the internet that disparages users for allowing their computers to become infected.
Penalties of up to €50,000 face spammers according to draft proposals of a new German law.
A 19-year-old man was sentenced Friday to 18 months in prison and 10 months of community service for releasing a variant of the Blaster worm that infected thousands of PCs in 2003.
Two new variants of the Bagle worm have surfaced on the internet and are causing havoc according to anti-virus firms.
The Spanish police have arrested a man in connection with the Tasin worm. The 20 year old is accused of proliferating the worm, which infected thousands of computers across the Spanish-speaking world.
An American poet has discovered a new use for spam – spam poetry.
Congress has agreed to push home tough new measures to fight spyware and adware.
Information security training organisation SANS is beginning a “call for experts” to help its annual study of critical internet threats.
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