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Early warnings essential to infosec success

Don't get caught on the back foot; find out how to take the offensive at ITWeb Security Summit 2015.

Security

'No iOS Zone' vulnerability discovered

Newly discovered iOS vulnerability could send Apple devices into perpetual reboot cycle, says Skycure.

Security

Mobile the new sextortion tactic

Cyber criminals move to mobile malware to broaden the Internet scam known as 'sextortion'.

Security

Different security thinking needed

Security practitioners need to think differently about the data points that help predict and fight breaches, says Intel.

Security

Say no to key escrow

Should the US be given custodianship of encryption keys needed to decrypt data, other governments will start insisting on it too, panellist says.

Security

Cyber security awareness 'severely neglected'

Workshops at ITWeb Security Summit 2015 will explore combating cyber breaches.

Security

Cyber security skills shortfall a 'national emergency'

South Africa cannot defend itself due to a lack of cyber expertise.

TechForum

Mobile malware calls for savvy behaviour

Smartphone users must be careful of the sites they visit, what they download, and the apps they use on their mobile devices, says Richard Broeke, national sales manager at Securicom.

Security

Check Point steps up expansion

The Israeli network security provider plans to sharpen its focus on threat-prevention and mobile security.


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