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Adobe admits 38 million users hacked, not 3 million
Adobe reveals that 38 million users have been affected by a cyber security attack, after previously claiming only three million were impacted.
IT spending high as “excited” industry embraces Digital World
This results in every budget being an IT budget; every company being a technology company; every business becoming a digital leader; and every person
IT security braces itself for perfect storm
The Nexus of Forces is transforming the approach towards information security as new requirements are brought about by social, mobile, cloud and information.
Wynyard releases Mosquito crime analytics software
Wynyard Group has released the latest version of its purpose-built advanced crime analytics platform, in what the company is branding as "powerful crime analytics software."
Project 2020: Future proofing customer protection
Today sees the launch of episode 3, "We Didn’t See It Coming", where a police SWAT team bursts into the home of Kinuko, a young digital native and programmer.
Don’t forget - Check Point’s NZ Security Tour this week
Threats across the technology industry are evolving constantly, but thankfully for IT decision makers, so is security.
Lack of corporate investment in enterprise mobility
Despite organisations embracing mobile devices for business as a top priority, only 29% have tested how well their core applications actually work on mobile devices.
Project 2020 – Proactively Securing our Cyber Future
Today sees the launch of episode two in Trend Micro’s innovative Project 2020 series of web videos.
Review: Locker Password Security
There’s a million password security and token systems out there, what makes Locker an RSA killer?
10 things you didn’t know about Fortinet…
Here's what you didn't know about the manufacturer of network security appliances and unified threat management (UTM)
NZ IT leaders struggle to solve security problems
The massive gap between the number of personal devices and applications accessing corporate IT networks, and security audits of the applications being touched by these mobile devices, is leaving IT leaders struggling to solve security problems.
One million Kiwis suffer cybercrime in NZ$152m market
Symantec has today released its 2013 Norton Report, which found a general lack of security awareness when it comes to using mobile devices.
Project 2020: looking to the future to secure our digital lives
Can you imagine what our society will look like at the end of the decade? How will we shop, socialise and consume services?
Gold standard Gen-i receives NZ security first
Company's information security controls meet the ISAE 3402 assurance standard, the international gold standard in management controls assurance - in a first for New Zealand.
Email hackers raid Auckland's North Shore businesses
Police claim "significant sums of money" have been stolen from businesses across the North Shore during the past few months, at the hands of hackers.
Review: Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security PC
When you can get free antivirus software for pretty much any device or platform, brands like Trend Micro need to offer something extra if they want people to pay for something with similar features.
Review: Trend Micro Maximum Security 2014 Mac
Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security 2014 is not just an antivirus, but offers a range of cloud based protection for your Windows PC, Macintosh computer or Android device.
Keep Calm and Bring Your Own
Embracing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) culture offers organisations several benefits according to Trustwave
iPhone buzz - Fancy a slice of Apple?
"We have found out that in Cupertino, a confidential recent development gadget is being developed. The item will be required by everyone..."
How to keep your kids safe online
Most parents today have probably breathed a sigh of relief at some point or other that they never grew up with the Internet, or social media.
Social media talkers = victims of cyber stalkers
"Hey, how's it going? My cousin went to Epsom Girls' Grammar School also, she knows your sister Jayne."
Attackers sharpen skills, so must CISO's
CISO’s must increase their knowledge of the current vulnerability and attack landscape, such as mobile and social technologies, to more effectively combat emerging security threats.
Industry leaders worry over data breaches
An overwhelming majority of business leaders believe their customers and clients worry about breaches of personal data held by their organisations.
Data loss… affecting over 50% of organisations says Check Point
Worldwide leader in securing the internet has revealed a damning new report, in which over 50% of organisations have suffered data loss during the past year.