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Microsoft is rushing to fix a security flaw in its Internet Explorer browser that is already being used in “limited, targeted attacks”. Photo: Bloomberg

Microsoft is rushing to fix a security flaw in its Internet Explorer browser that is already being used in “limited, targeted attacks.” (...)

When it comes to fraud, “The actual computer part of the ATM is surprisingly open.”

More than a decade ago, I attended an excellent talk by well-known cryptographer and security expert Bruce Schneier, where his key point was th(...)

The study shows that eight out of the top 10 breaches last year led to the loss of over 10 million identities per incident.

A 62 per cent increase in data breaches last year -- including a rise in major incidents -- resulted in the exposure of more than 552 million p(...)

Steve Bennett,  former chief executive of Symantec.  The  board ousted  him  on March 20th, deciding that he had not done enough to innovate on new products and  develop the business.  Photograph: Peter DaSilva/New York Times

An abrupt change at the helm of Symantec, the US antivirus maker, sent shares in the company sharply lower yesterday, capping a challenging yea(...)

Globoforce chief executive  Eric Mosley

Irish software business Globoforce has pulled its planned IPO, citing unfavourable market conditions. The company, which specialises in e(...)

WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum (back left) is pictured during a reunion of his old security group, w00w000 in San Francisco, California. Photograph:   Suzan Song/Handout via Reuters

A few days after selling WhatsApp to Facebook for $19 billion, Jan Koum stepped into a suite at the St Regis Hotel in San Francisco to celebrate wi(...)

William O Flaherty, Palmerstown, Dublin pictured during the Dublin Toy & Train Fair in 2002. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Careers Zoo Record numbers are expected to attend the Career Zoo, which takes place at the Convention Centre in Dublin from 10am to 5pm tomorro(...)

If only they could talk:  all your devices will soon be able to interact without human input

In the future, most of the inanimate objects around us will have an IP address and will be connected to the internet. That is the vision of the future(...)

Michael DeCesare, president, McAfee. photographs: eric luke

When you operate the world’s largest computer security company, the scale of the challenge you face is daunting: “It’s asymmetrical warfare – we have (...)

Some of Ireland’s top security experts will this week battle it out as part of a cyber security challenge to see who can exploit weaknesses in a numbe(...)

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