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ICYMI: Drupal flaw, Android Lollipop and security shortcomings

ICYMI: Drupal flaw, Android Lollipop and security shortcomings

This week's In Case You Missed Column looks at websites at risk from Drupal's SQL injection flaw, security features on Android and information security shortcomings in business.

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Google and Facebook offer free cyber-security tools

Google and Facebook offer free cyber-security tools

Google and Facebook have both launched free open-source cyber-security tools this week, designed to help security professionals spot malware and cyber-attacks.

Mixed results for key Government cyber-initiatives

Mixed results for key Government cyber-initiatives

The Government's Verify scheme to confirm IDs is behind scheuduled uptake, but its CISP threat intelligence sharing scheme is ahead of target.

Hundreds of companies face 2,000 cyber-attacks in EU exercise

Hundreds of companies face 2,000 cyber-attacks in EU exercise

The European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) conducted a 24-hour cyber-exercise in which more than 200 organisations from 25 EU member states faced virtual cyber-attacks from white hat hackers yesterday.

Cyber security still a learning curve for most companies

Cyber security still a learning curve for most companies

Poor network visibility, outdated security tools, a skills shortage and a lack of control in the cloud are just some of the reasons companies are struggling with cyber-security, say two new reports.

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Halloween cyber-security nightmares - experts reveal their fears

Halloween cyber-security nightmares - experts reveal their fears

Halloween nightmares for CISOs come in many shapes and sizes, and our commentators tell us what scares them on the network.

Step by step through the 'Phishing Kill Chain'

Step by step through the 'Phishing Kill Chain'

Stop the kill-chain higher up to increase chances fo preventing an attack says Patrick Peterson.

Combating 'malvertising'

Combating 'malvertising'

Web sites that take advertising need to protect against inadvertently delivering malware to their users, before, during and after an attack, explains Terry Greer-King.

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