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Picture the scene: The 5,000 strong workforce of a multinational company are returning to work after a long and very enjoyable Christmas break and they’re thinking about easing themselves back into the routine of work once more.
The Bank of England has been targeted by scammers seeking to con users into executing Trojan software.
Leave your laptop or personal handheld at home when you join the Christmas rush and revelry, or risk losing your mobile device and all the information which resides on it.
Panda predicts more financial scams for 2004.
One of the most noteworthy IT security developments of 2003 is the convergence between spamming and viral techniques, leading to a much more dangerous threat for email users.
A US developer of secure electronic voting, VoteHere, has admitted that a hacker broke into its systems and accessed internal documents.
Networking solutions company D-Link and Swedish IT security supplier Clavister are to team up to produce firewalls.
Allied Bakeries, manufacturer of breads such as Kingsmill and Sunblest, has purchased a data replication product that supports disaster recovery and business continuity.
Visa is to step up the fight against crime by releasing a fraud detection tool to a variety of European banks.
BindView reaches OEM agreement with Shavlik Technologies over patching
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