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January 29 2018

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NotPetya attack totally destroyed Maersk's computer network ... - SC Magazine UK


SC Magazine UK

NotPetya attack totally destroyed Maersk's computer network ...
SC Magazine UK
Shipping giant and NotPetya victim Maersk was forced to replace tens of thousands of servers and computers in the aftermath of the 17 June ransomware attack, the company's chairman said in Davos at the World Economic Forum. Maersk chairman Jim Hagemann ...

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Hefty fines confirmed for CNI providers with poor cyber security - ComputerWeekly.com


Hefty fines confirmed for CNI providers with poor cyber security
ComputerWeekly.com
The government has announced that new regulators will be able to assess critical industries to make sure plans are as robust as possible. The government claims a “simple, straightforward” reporting system will be set up to make it easy to report cyber ...
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Cyber training: coming to a TAFE near you - ACS


ACS

Cyber training: coming to a TAFE near you
ACS
Australia officially has its first skills-based cyber security qualifications, with the launch of the Certificate IV and Advanced Diploma of Cyber Security. The courses were launched in Canberra last Thursday by Minister for Law Enforcement and Cyber ...

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Cyber security threat to persist in 2018 - VietNamNet Bridge


VietNamNet Bridge

Cyber security threat to persist in 2018
VietNamNet Bridge
VNCERT director Nguyen Trong Duong said malicious software, malicious code and viruses that infiltrated computers were invisible to users. He emphasised on raising awareness of users to detect infected devices, while equipping them with cyber-security ...

January 28 2018

Towson University partners with Maryland National Guard to foster ... - Baltimore Sun


Baltimore Sun

Towson University partners with Maryland National Guard to foster ...
Baltimore Sun
After working together informally for more than a year, Towson University and the Maryland National Guard have signed a formal agreement to collaborate on a range of activities, from military appreciation programs at campus sporting events to training ...

January 26 2018

Newsflash: Car cyber-security still sucks - The Register


The Register

Newsflash: Car cyber-security still sucks
The Register
In 2015, infosec gurus Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated that they could take over and turn off a jeep from afar as it was being driven, a feat that magnified interest in car hacking. Their wireless attack was conducted on an active vehicle ...

January 24 2018

NHS organisations to get cyber security alerts service - ComputerWeekly.com


ComputerWeekly.com

NHS organisations to get cyber security alerts service
ComputerWeekly.com
As part of a deal between NHS Digital and Microsoft, NHS organisations will get a threat detection service, alerting them to any cyber security issues.

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January 22 2018

Taking complexity out of cyber security - ComputerWeekly.com


Taking complexity out of cyber security
ComputerWeekly.com
In this interview, Computer Weekly APAC editor Aaron Tan speaks to Eric Lam, Microsoft's Asia director for ECG, who talks up the pain points that chief information security officers (CISOs) are facing and what Microsoft is doing to address pressing ...

January 10 2018

January 04 2018

What to Do About Newly-Discovered Computer Security Flaws - Insurance Journal


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What to Do About Newly-Discovered Computer Security Flaws
Insurance Journal
“Spectre” affects chips in smartphones and tablets, as well as computer chips from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices Inc . Hackers can trick apps into leaking sensitive information. Specter is less dangerous than Meltdown, but will be more difficult to ...
Computer chip flaw dating back 20 years could allow hackers to ... NEWS.com.au
A Critical Intel Flaw Breaks Basic Security for Most Computers WIRED
Meltdown, Spectre: What We Know About the Major Cyber Security ... Newsweek
New York Times -Courthouse News Service -CNNMoney
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June 09 2017

Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security - Peninsula Daily News


Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security
Peninsula Daily News
PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center has beefed up its computer security after the “WannaCry” ransomware attack that infected computers across the world last month. OMC Information Technology Manager Sean Johnson told the OMC Board of ...

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Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security | Peninsula ... - Peninsula Daily News


Olympic Medical Center beefs up computer security | Peninsula ...
Peninsula Daily News
PORT ANGELES — Olympic Medical Center has beefed up its computer security after the “WannaCry” ransomware attack that infected computers across the ...

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June 07 2017

Why Car Companies Are Hiring Computer Security Experts - New York Times


New York Times

Why Car Companies Are Hiring Computer Security Experts
New York Times
But hackers call them computers that travel over 100 miles an hour. “These are no longer cars,” said Marc Rogers, the principal security researcher at the cybersecurity firm CloudFlare. “These are data centers on wheels. Any part of the car that talks ...

June 06 2017

How computer security pros hack the hackers - CSO Online


CSO Online

How computer security pros hack the hackers
CSO Online
I'm a 30-year computer security veteran, always out fighting the good fight, along with tens of thousands of others just like me. Our adversaries are, on average, less smart than we are. This is not to say that all malicious hackers are dumb. That's ...

June 03 2017

June 02 2017

5 ways to test your computer's security - USA Today - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

5 ways to test your computer's security - USA Today
USA TODAY
The moment you log onto the internet, your computer starts its game of Russian Roulette. I know that sounds bleak and frightening, but it's true. Your personal ...

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Ways to test your computer's security - Charleston Post Courier


Charleston Post Courier

Ways to test your computer's security
Charleston Post Courier
So how do you know if the security you set up on your computer really works? Hackers use many different methods to invade your computer, so you'll want to approach the problem from several angles. Think of it like a rancher leaning on the fence to make ...

June 01 2017

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet ... - Bdaily


Bdaily

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet ...
Bdaily
Sec-1, the Leeds-based computer security service firm, has been acquired by managed IT services provider Claranet. This acquisition will allow Claranet add ...

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May 31 2017

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet Group - Bdaily


Bdaily

Leeds computer security service provider acquired by Claranet Group
Bdaily
Sec-1, the Leeds-based computer security service firm, has been acquired by managed IT services provider Claranet. This acquisition will allow Claranet add vulnerability and penetration testing and IT security services to its portfolio. The Claranet ...

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