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In response to the recent rise in data breach incidents, The ARC Group of New York offers victim companies 50% off of its ProDiscover® Incident Response product line. NEW YORK, Sept.
Author John W. Bowlin, Sr. has today announced the publication of Don't Post That! Your Guide to Keeping a Good Online Reputation. BATHGATE, N.D., Aug.
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New Ponemon Institute survey uncovers communication roadblocks, inefficient security systems and lack of security education for employees AUSTIN, Texas, July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Today,
Security researchers have warned that cyber criminals have begun to resurrect the Gameover Zeus botnet. This attempt to reanimate the botnet reportedly began even as malware experts had been dismantling the previous version of the network.
This week, Russian authorities announced the arrest of two alleged hackers, both residents of Moscow, who were believed to have been behind a recent Apple extortion scheme.
Brisbane IT company, ComputerZen, has urged families in the Queensland capital to review and improve their computers’ and internet security measures.
On Monday the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it had lead a multinational action against the "Gameover Zeus" botnet and "cryptolocker" ransomware.
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