Security

NXP Semiconductors/Giesecke & Devrient NFC mobile devices secure interface software

14 March, 2011

NXP Semiconductors and Giesecke & Devrient’s joint software solution offers secure interfaces between the handset, NFC functionality and secure elements such as the SIM card. This solution enables NFC to be integrated securely into mobile handsets based on the Android platform and other operating systems. In addition, the validated software will meet the needs of mobile network operators who require secure elements within the handset.


McAfee to offer cloud services through new Sydney data centre

09 March, 2011 by

With the launch of a new data centre in Sydney, McAfee is offering Australian and Asia-Pacific customers access to its global web and email security-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings.


NEC to counteract crime with contactless fingerprint technology

02 March, 2011 by

NEC has launched one of the world’s first devices to simultaneously acquire fingerprint and finger vein characteristics without physical contact. Dubbed the HS100-10 Contactless Hybrid Finger Scanner (HS100-10), it is scheduled to ship in May 2011.


Five business practices that allow cybercriminals to access company data

23 February, 2011 by

The reality of cybercrime is that many businesses make it easy for both malicious and inadvertant breaches of company IT security to occur. Rigorous adoption, implementation and enforcement of in-house security guidelines can help limit the threats to data security. These five tips are a good place to start.


EMC names new president of RSA

17 February, 2011 by

Tom Heiser has been named as President of RSA, the security division of EMC.


Smartphone users unaware of security risks

16 February, 2011 by

A new survey reveals that over a third of smartphone users are not aware of the security risks associated with their devices.


A decade of cybercrime

11 February, 2011 by

Since 2000, the number of internet users has grown fivefold from 361 million to 2 billion in 2011. We’ve also seen explosive growth in services and products available online. Today, almost any activity - from personal banking to shopping and social networking - can be carried out over the internet. As such, it has become a treasure trove of money and information that cybercriminals can exploit for their personal gain.


Brighton Grammar School keeps its network safe

10 February, 2011 by

Brighton Grammar School is an Anglican boys school based in Melbourne. Its focus is to tailor teaching methods and programs to meet the unique learning styles and interests of boys and to create a curriculum that engages, excites and challenges each student.


Five vendors achieve rating in intrusion-prevention systems

10 January, 2011 by

NSS Labs has tested 13 intrusion prevention systems and finds five vendors achieve the recommended rating.


Cyber security spurns evaluation centre

08 December, 2010 by

With cybercrime becoming rife, Huawei has opened a cyber security evaluation centre in the UK to ensure its hardware and software systems will be tested to withstand cyber security threats.


Mobility and Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) top security concerns

23 November, 2010 by

Mobile, data-stealing malware and Malware-as-a-Service top the list in the M86 Security Predictions 2011 Report


Challenge for the cloud

17 November, 2010 by

The ease of use and accessibility have made cloud computing a popular concept. Now, with the onset of the cloud computing era, it will be up to law enforcement officials, particularly in computer crime forensics, to keep cloud safe for all users.


Employees open enterprise to increased malware

02 November, 2010 by

RSA Online Fraud Report outlines how malware is making its way into enterprises through employees' private use.


Domain name .AU in top ten for less risk

28 October, 2010 by

Report reveals the riskiest web domains to surf and search with .COM the worst and .AU the seventh safest.


Netgear ProSecure UTM50 unified threat management appliance

19 October, 2010 by

The Netgear ProSecure UTM50 unified threat management appliance is the latest addition to the ProSecure UTM line, which protects businesses from virus and malware threats, dangerous websites, spam emails and hackers. Suitable for larger businesses, it is claimed to keep IT functions operating efficiently while offering protection through a wide array of tools including firewall, SSL and IPSec VPN, URL filtering, network antivirus, and antispam.


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