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Sony hacker finally sentenced
The gaming community has a pretty short memory, but one of the hackers involved in the onslaught of attacks against Sony has finally been sentenced.
Malware in game hacks might deliver Pyrrhic victories
AVG reckons 90% of hacks and cracks are infested with malware.
No antivirus risks 25% of PCs
In either an act of increased scaremongering, or genuine concern, Microsoft says a quarter of computers are at risk for not using up-to-date antivirus software.
Leapfrog down the waterhole: Symantec identifies weakest link attack
Evidently, cunning miscreants are seeking out the weakest link in information supply chains - the small business.
Acronis to integrate with MobileIron, stop mobile data going walkabout
Better mobile data protection promised with Acronis and MobileIron deal.
Palo Alto Networks wants business and IT departments to be friends again
Next generation security vendor Palo Alto Networks is determined to help the rest of an organisation's business units to make friends with their IT department again.
Online gamers: the new target for theft
Cyber criminals stealing bank details and gaming profiles.
Good things come to those who don’t wait
Are the innovative companies seeing higher revenue and profit growth, competitive advantages, positive brand impact and happier customers?
Scammers unleashing hell through holiday campaigns
Spammed malware campaigns using holiday hooks such as flight confirmation emails, hotel deals, extravagant cruise packages and vacation loans target holiday makers.
Lock up your computers, WW3 is approaching
Hackers around the world will be screaming a collective cry of despair, as one eager cyber-bandit went after the world's most powerful man's wife. Oh uh.
ESET extends product portfolio with ESET Secure Authentication
Company releases new two-factor one-time password authentication system for VPN (Radius) and OWA (Outlook Web Access).
Kaspersky meets BYOD security demands
Company unveils new generation of business security solutions, Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Business (KESB), designed to help businesses overcome the latest challenges in managing a secure, efficient network.
Cyber-security: U.S. tells China to buck up
Washington calls for "serious steps" by the country to stop cyber-enabled theft on an unprecedented scale, branding the actions "intolerable."
Just put the mouse down and step away from the computer
China offers online disarmament to the U.S., calling for cooperation rather than all-out war in cyberspace.
CA Technologies pushes for NZ enterprise deals
CA Technologies is focusing attention on getting its Kiwi partners into large enterprise deals, saying that's the way to success for partners, customers and CA itself.
ESET now integrated with Kaseya
Elementra creates ESET Remote Management Module (RMM) for Kaseya.
H@X! Lock up your computers, nobody’s safe
Evernote forces 50 million users to change their passwords following hacking attack, should the ICT industry set off the Bat Sign?
How to bork your hard drive with HTML5
In a fascinating glimpse into how bugs are found and exploited (and reported to browser developers) an HTML5 fail is brought to our attention by Michael McKinnon, security advisor at AVG.
Kaspersky builds BYOD security solution
Anti-malware company unveils new generation of business security solutions, designed to help businesses overcome the latest challenges in managing a secure, efficient network.
Hacking is a fact of life, get over it
Telecom succumbs to cyber criminals, insisting it's most recent attack was simply a "fact of life."
I see your malware, and I raise you a cyber attack
Malware this, cyber attack that, just another normal day in New Zealand's ICT industry according to the Labour Party.
Repurposed malware targets Kiwi govt
Malware developers fighting the dirty fight, targeting Kiwi government and other critical economic sectors across New Zealand.
Hacked off Microsoft breached, but who’s next?
Malware attack which plagued Apple and Facebook now targets Microsoft, infecting a small number of its computers.
China chins US over hacking accusations
China's Defence Ministry fights back against U.S. cyberattack accusations.
Malicious malware websites multiply by 600%
Global websites containing malicious malware have multiplied by a worrying 600%, with 85% of legitimate web hosts playing home to the sites.
White hot WhiteGold NZ nails new security vendors
WhiteGold has continued to stamp its mark on the security distribution market, securing deals with both Sourcefire and Fortinet.
Don't be a mug this Valentine's Day
Online dating safety tips for all those out there looking for love.
Spam, spam, spam and Valentine’s Day
Ah, holidays. They inevitably mean you get spammed with malware and we get spammed with press releases from antivirus companies.
Security: From hunted to hunter
Albert Einstein once said that if he were seeking a needle in a haystack, unlike others, he wouldn’t stop when he found a single needle but he would look for all the possible needles.
Business and technology trends 2013
The top trend in technology for 2013 is the continued corporatisation of consumer and mobile technology. Expect more consumers to step up their use of