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£600 billion is a lot of money to lose in one day. Much of this could be avoided.
A report by database security firm Imperva has highlighted the most common consumer passwords. The study was based on an analysis of 32 million passwords exposed in the recent Rockyou.com breach. ...
Oracle Corporation has just received regulatory approval from the European Commission for its acquisition of Sun Microsystems. This decision gives the go-ahead for the deal that has been waiting ...
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- 11 Jan 2010
As computing power has increased, the available horsepower to brute force crack RSA algorithms has grown as well. The most recent announcement, in December 2009, was that a group of mathematicians, ...
The end of 2009 and the first couple of weeks of 2010 has seen the world of cryptography, and more specifically data encryption, thrust into the media spotlight. News of "Secret codes being hacked" ...
In the UK, Business Continuity Planning is usually associated with issues such as fire, illness of key staff or a major computer failure. We tend to think we are immune to the natural disasters ...
People are slowly getting their heads around full disk data encryption, but now the focus needs to move onto removable devices. As data proliferates, and more importantly becomes fragmented across ...
After years of being an enforcement also ran the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is finally going to get some teeth to deal with those that contravene data protection principles - see the ...
According to the European Network and Information Security Agency, "Awareness of the risks and available safeguards is the first line of defence for the security of information systems and ...