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Our purpose is to provide the right information to our readers. For obvious reasons, our information journey will of couse be ever changing, but from the outset we plan on the following: Break down and communicate knowledge relating to Cyber Crime, Cyber Security, Information Security and Computer Security. Use Risk Management practices to help in translating the technical aspects of the Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities into business language. Communicate the appropriate Controls necessary to reduce the Impact and Probability. We will do this by: Identifying, collating and providing relevant information. Highlighting relevant News articles. Investigating trends and providing Analysis. Providing How-to tips and tricks to reduce the Threats and Vulnerabilities. Offering Products and Solutions designed to mitigate or defend against the risks. ------ Joe Woods, Editor and CTO

Nidhogg 2 review: Violent, disgusting, and hilariously fun

A better game for series fans old and new, this is everything a great sequel should be.

In a great year for space music, Quindar’s Hip Mobility most...

Tell Pitchfork this is one concept album that delivered and deserved better than 6.8/10.

New surface is so slippery, shellfish can’t get a grip

Mussels end up confused when they try to stick to a polymer/lubricant mix.

BrandPost: Intel Atom® C3000 Processor: Delivering Intelligence to the Edge

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It features integrated Intelreg; QuickAssist Technology, delivering up to 20 Gbps of cryptographic processing and data compression offload at the network edge; complementing data centers based on Intelreg; Xeonreg; Scalable processors that support aggregated workload demands with 100 Gbps Intelreg; QAT acceleration. With this significant upgrade in performance and capabilities, now is an ideal time to refresh.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

US DoD, Brit ISP BT reverse proxies can be abused to...

And how to avoid making the same mistakes BSides  Minor blunders in reverse web proxies can result in critical security vulnerabilities on internal networks, the infosec world was warned this week.…

No, the cops can’t get a search warrant to just seize...

Judges frown upon fishing for incriminating data on phones It's a ruling sending shockwaves through the worlds of privacy, device security, and law enforcement in America.…

Code chunk in Kronos malware used long before MalwareTech published it

Marcus Hutchins, the researcher who stopped WCry, complained his code was lifted.

Tor Project blasts hate sites, but defends principle of free speech

"We are everything they claim to despise," but Tor won't prevent vile usage of its tools.

Berkeley boffins build better spear-phishing black-box bruiser

Machine learning and code to detect and alert attempts to extract passwords from staff Security researchers from UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the US have come up with a way to mitigate the risk of spear-phishing in corporate environments.…

Berkeley boffins build better spear-phishing black-box brusier

Machine learning and code to detect and alert attempts to extract passwords from staff Security researchers from UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in the US have come up with a way to mitigate the risk of spear-phishing in corporate environments.…

Russian-Speaking APT Engaged in G20 Themed Attack

A newly discovered dropper for the KopiLuwak backdoor suggests that the Turla group is back at it again, Proofpoint says.

50% of Ex-Employees Can Still Access Corporate Apps

Businesses drive the risk for data breaches when they fail to terminate employees' access to corporate apps after they leave.