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This week’s security news takes a look at the danger of malicious apps, outdated software, mobiles and unprotected POS.
This week’s security news explores reports of a dangerous exploit found in Samsung’s Galaxy devices, the government’s plans to increase security awareness and more.
Security specialist Bitdefender has told PCR that there should never be another operating system like Windows XP.
Up to a fifth of Macs could be at risk following Apple’s withdrawal of updates for the Snow Leopard operating system.
The upcoming Boeing Black smartphone will wipe all data and make itself inoperable when cracked open.
A security specialist has said that it opposes the idea that security breaches are inevitable for organisations.
Bitdefender is currently ‘exploring security over wearable tech’, chief security strategist, Catalin Cosoi, has told PCR.
VIP Computers has announced its distribution rights to the IP camera specialist Compro Technology.
Google has acquired SlickLogin, a startup developing the use of sounds as passwords.
Entatech UK has announced that it will be attending the Totally DIY and Totally Tools events later this month.
27 per cent of parents believe their children have been exposed to cyber threats in the last 12 months, according to a study.
A Wi-Fi-connected refrigerator was one of 100,000 smart devices behind a malicious spam email cyberattack.
The government has launched ‘Cyber Streetwise’ – a campaign designed to boost online security awareness among small businesses and consumers.
The McAfee name is to be phased out and rebranded as Intel Security, Intel’s CEO has said.
BlackBerry’s CEO has penned an open comment on the future of the company, saying that he expects the firm to recover by targeting businesses.
Lee Sharrocks of Kaspersky Lab offers some advice to avoid losing more than you expect if your phone is stolen.