The New Zealand Defence Force wants to spend $469 million creating itself a new cyber army.
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Manufacturing giant Foxconn Technology Group also wants to ride the upcoming wave of wearable tech, and has unveiled a wristband that can monitor a user’s health and sync with a smartphone.
Hackers say they have leaked personal details of tens of thousands of U.S. troops to websites, South Korean news reports and online security officials said on Wednesday, a day after cyber attacks disabled access to government and news sites.
Google’s Safe Browsing program is now flagging 10,000 suspect websites per day, the search giant announced in a blog post. The information is used to deliver automated warnings to Chrome, Firefox and Safari users.
Propel London, specialists in recruitment for the marketing, advertising and technology industries, releases results from its annual Digital Salary Survey 2013 today.
A security firm is warning about as serious security vulnerability in Samsung’s Galaxy S4 devices, claiming that attackers can use it to silently send text messages.
IT has a serious, dirty security secret… a common administrator account and password on every computer.
Eighty percent of C-level executives and IT security professionals believe that cyber attacks pose a greater risk to their nation than physical attacks, while 51 percent believe a cyber attacker is currently in their corporate network, or has been in the past year.
“How GCHQ watches your every move” is the Guardian’s front page headline.