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QWERTY keylogger claimed to link Regin malware to NSA

QWERTY keylogger claimed to link Regin malware to NSA

QWERTY module from Snowden linked to Regin, strengthening case for NSA origin.

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Google in no rush to patch Android Wi-Fi Direct flaw

Google in no rush to patch Android Wi-Fi Direct flaw

Security researchers have discovered a denial-of-service (DoS) vulnerability in Wi-Fi Direct which affects various Android devices. But Google is in no rush to issue a patch.

UK start-ups look to cash in on cyber-security

UK start-ups look to cash in on cyber-security

As news breaks of the UK's first accelerator for cyber-security start-ups, experts say that local firms could take advantage of a worldwide trend - being safe online.

Infosec teams unprepared for new EU data protection laws

Infosec teams unprepared for new EU data protection laws

More than a third of IT security teams are unprepared for the EU's two incoming data protection laws, according to a new study from FireEye.

UK government extends Cyber Essentials to charities

UK government extends Cyber Essentials to charities

The UK government has partnered with the IASME consortium and the Give01Day not-for-profit organisation to offer Cyber Essentials certification to UK charities to help them keep safe online.

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Sound and webcam loggers

Sound and webcam loggers

Every sensor has the potential to be used for malicious logging - and anti-virus based systems aren't an effective defence says Janusz Siemienowicz who adovcates monitoring of behaviour.

Reminding the cyber-criminals you're king of the castle

Reminding the cyber-criminals you're king of the castle

CISOs and CSOs need to ensure that their staff are aware of and able to tackle all the threats they face, and know how to deploy the most appropriate technology at their disposal says Kalyan Kumar.

Why Cameron's encryption plans would take the UK back to the Dark Ages

Why Cameron's encryption plans would take the UK back to the Dark Ages

Encryption will be used by the bad guys, and so will any back-doors, regardless of legislative bans which would only hit UK business - except its so unworkable it won't happen says Raimund Genes.

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