The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
The security issues affecting businesses are similar around the world. Most involve employees innocently bringing an infected personal mobile device into the corporate network, or clicking on a social media link that looks harmless but hides a Trojan or worm that will secretly steal data and money and, potentially, remain undetected with severe impact on security of the infected device.
By Dmitriy Ayrapetov, director of product management of Dell SonicWALL | 08 March, 2013 21:14
European ‘hacker club’, the Chaos Computer Club, has claimed to have reverse engineered a sample of German authorities’ lawful intercept malware, Quellen-TKÜ, and found that besides eavesdropping on Skype conversations it also captures screenshots and logs keystrokes.
By Liam Tung | 10 October, 2011 07:23
Every major corporation harbouring valuable information has been compromised, but only some know it, according to executives at McAfee and RSA.
By Liam Tung | 04 August, 2011 09:35