Australia’s banks quietly swatting trojan

Australia’s banks have been quietly working with a Russian security and forensics firm to swat a nasty banking trojan crafted in the Ukraine that has infected 150,000 Australian PCs since last year.

Can the two-man rule foil insider threats?

In the wake of embarrassing leaks by Edward Snowden about the National Security Agency’s domestic and international intelligence gathering, the agency is trying to figure out how it lost control of this information and how to prevent it from happening again.