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  • Printers at risk of Conficker worm

    IT security professionals should consider all devices connected to the network when assessing risk. For example, some printers run Windows-based operating systems (to contact suppliers when cartridges run low), even though they are not classified as ... 

  • Avaya to retain 60% of Nortel enterprise staff

    Avaya has committed to keeping 60% of the North American employees of Nortel Networks' enterprise business. 

  • Bank ATM theft rises 150%

    Theft from European automatic teller machines rose almost 150% last year to reach €500m, says a report from the European Network and Information Security...


  • The Ten Commandments for web 2.0

    Security supplier Websense has published the 10 commandments for businesses to adhere to if they are to get the best out of web 2.0 technologies. Survey... 

  • Millions of web users at risk from weak passwords

    Over 18 million UK internet users are at risk of fraud because they use the same password for their online banking, shopping and social networking account, research has revealed. 

  • TJMaxx hacker linked to Citibank hack

    The gang responsible for record identity thefts may also have been responsible for hacking an outsourced Citibank ATM network.



  • Social networks top target for hackers

    A fifth of online attacks have targeted...


  • DNS key to fighting cybercrime, says Nominum

    The internet's system for connecting users with online resources is key to combating cybercrime, says network naming firm Nominum. 

  • US Marines are social networking outcasts

    The US Marines have banned staff from using social media sites including Twitter. 

  • Zeus botnet linked to Latvia's Real Host

    Security researchers have linked one of the biggest cybercrime networks used for online fraud to a company in Latvia called Real Host.