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Spora: dangerous criminal malware. Is ISIS behind it?

Spora: dangerous criminal malware. Is ISIS behind it?

Nowadays, ransomware has become the most dangerous type of criminal malware. Most of the new families are prepared by amateurs (script-kiddies) and they are distributed on a small scale. Inside…

Radicalization: an Australian social problem with national security effects.

Radicalization: an Australian social problem with national security effects.

It has been demonstrated that a number of intervention strategies already employed for at-risk youth can also be applied to those vulnerable to radicalization. These strategies use educators, social services,…

New law: Metadata must be kept for two years by Australian telecoms.

New law: Metadata must be kept for two years by Australian telecoms.

Large amounts of telecommunications metadata must now be kept for two years by Australian telecommunications companies, under a new law which came into effect last week. READ ARTICLE HERE…

Japan’s Cybercrime Underground Reports increased 40% in one year.

Japan’s Cybercrime Underground Reports increased 40% in one year.

According to DARKREADING “Japan’s cybercrime operations mainly target Japanese citizens. But their interest in banking malware, ransomware and DDoS tools would indicate their targets could go global”,  Kelly Jackson Higgins…

How to avoid being hacked during World Cup Brazil 2014

How to avoid being hacked during World Cup Brazil 2014

When the 2014 World Cup kicks of in Brazil this week, the event is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of diehard soccer fans from around the world. Since those fans are…

New Zealand and Australia sharing more biometric info with U.S. Homeland Security.

New Zealand and Australia sharing more biometric info with U.S. Homeland Security.

The Homeland Security Department’s five-month-old Office of Biometric Identity Management OBIM will use a $33 million contract with Accenture to expand its international data sharing capabilities and widen its secure…

U.S. Jugde imposed sanctions to New Zealand company for dumping oil waste into U.S. waters off American Samoa.

U.S. Jugde imposed sanctions to New Zealand company for dumping oil waste into U.S. waters off American Samoa.

U.S. District Judge Beryl A. Howell imposed a New Zealand fishing company to pay $2.4 million plus a sentence of three years of probation for dumping oil waste into U.S.…

NEW ZEALAND NEWSPAPER SAYS TRAGEDY IS FORCING CHANGES IN U.S. AND INDIA.

NEW ZEALAND NEWSPAPER SAYS TRAGEDY IS FORCING CHANGES IN U.S. AND INDIA.

Too often, it takes a horrific tragedy to force a country to face reality. In its editorial, The Dominion Post of New Zealand says the school shooting in the United…

Run, Hide or Fight: What to do in a workplace shooting

Run, Hide or Fight: What to do in a workplace shooting

This chilling public service video ad teaches you what to do if a gunman goes crazy in your workplace. SEE VIDEO HERE…

Hong Kong also threatened by Chinese hackers.

Hong Kong also threatened by Chinese hackers.

Security experts have warned multinationals with bases in Hong Kong that they are not immune to cyber attack from China despite the shared sovereignty between the Special Administrative Region (SAR)and…

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