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The Centrify study of 2,400 people across the UK, Germany and the US, looks at consumer attitudes towards hacking and how likely consumers are to continue transacting with businesses, including retailers, banks, government, travel, health and hospitality organizations, after a cyber attack. To some degree, most consumers expect to be hacked today, with 73 percent […]

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With major data breaches making headlines all over the world, company leaders are becoming increasingly wary of hacks. Being the victim of a cyber attack is terrible on multiple levels, but perhaps the worst is the loss of business. Reputation is everything when running an organization, and getting hacked is one of the quickest ways […]

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Recently we blogged about Google Code hosting malware. Within a month we have observed a second instance where malicious .jar files are being hosted on Google Code. Using Google code to distribute malware seems to increasing in popularity, no doubt due not only to the free hosting provided, but also the positive reputation of the […]

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