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Companies are underestimating the risk of failing to provide security training to non-technical staff. A new Intel Security study, which surveyed IT decision makers in European-based companies, found that within UK companies, sales staff are the most exposed to online attacks. This is thanks to their frequent online contact with non-staff members. Incidentally, they were […]

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Airports, hotels… On vacation we also spend the whole day connected to the Internet. WhatsApp has in many countries become an essential tool for personal communication. We all want to be able to check Facebook, post photos on Instagram, tweet something we’ve seen, and answer work emails from wherever we are… and it’s possible. We […]

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A Bulgarian hacker admitted on Monday his involvement in a $6 million tax fraud scheme using personally identifiable information stolen from the networks of several accounting firms. Vanyo Minkov, 32, pleaded guilty in the US District Court of New Jersey to one count of conspiring to file false and fraudulent tax returns. According to the […]

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