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Almost every organisation is being targeted by sophisticated malware attacks, McAfee study reveals

By Warwick Ashford 03 Aug 2011

Almost every organisation is being targeted by sophisticated cyber attacks, a comprehensive study of a malware command and control centre has revealed. Read More

Hacker McKinnon to stay while DPP considers a UK trial

By Ian Grant 20 Jan 2009

Self-confessed hacker Gary... Read More

Infected USB drive 'significantly compromised' Pentagon computers

By Ian Grant 26 Aug 2010

US defence officials have admitted for the first time that malware on a USB stick "significantly compromised" classified Pentagon computers in 2008. Read More

Shall we play a game? You can go to jail for that!

By Rebecca Froley 28 Aug 2008

Why you should listen to 1980s movies: WarGames. Read More

Obama orders review of cyber security

By Karl Flinders 10 Feb 2009

T he US president has ordered a 60-day review of federal cyber security to establish what is being done to protect vital U S military systems. U S intelligence... Read More

2010 Review: Top 10 networking & mobile stories

By Ian Grant 29 Dec 2010

The internet is playing an increasingly critical role in business, government and society - and mobile technology is now a must-have for anyone in the workplace. Read More

Did I miss anything?

By Duncan Hart 07 Sep 2009

Don't be alarmed, I am still alive! After a long absence I'm back after an unofficial hiatus. Past six months have been particular busy and it's been awhile, but that's always the risk of writing a ... Read More

Survey: 81% of companies know they are vulnerable to hacking

By Adrian Bridgwater 01 Jul 2008

A survey has shown that 81% of IT security professionals know that their applications are vulnerable to hackers. Fortify Software conducted the survey... Read More

China denies hacking Pentagon

By John-Paul Kamath 05 Sep 2007

China has refuted allegations made the by US that members of its military hacked into a Pentagon computer network. Read More

Deliveries by the pound and rough justice for McKinnon

By Stuart King 14 Oct 2008

A few days ago a British market trader was convicted of selling her goods in pounds and ounces rather than kilos and grams. For this crime she received a £5000 fine and told her she would have a ... Read More