Australian businesses must be more vigilant if they do not want to become a victim of cyber crime. Mikko Hypponen, the chief researcher at F-Secure Corporation, says that malware is becoming increasingly sophisticated. Criminals use malware to ... Individual.com, 2 weeks ago
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Mikko Hypponen has spent his life reverse engineering malware. He has seen the industry grow from the casual exchange of floppy disks 28 years ago, to the multi-billion dollar industry it is today. But now, the F-Secure chief research officer is ...MIS Asia, 3 weeks ago
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Mikko Hypponen, F-Secure : Il est facile de détruire lInternet février 2015 par Suite au Safer Internet Day (Journée, voici quelques questions posées à , expert reconnu sur la scène internationale pour combattre les virus et défendre la vie ...Global Security Mag Online, 2 weeks ago Time to revisit your online security this Safer Internet Day Cyber India Online, 2 weeks ago Stay a Step Ahead of Internet Malware New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago F-Secure Reports on Safer Internet Day Digital Terminal, 3 weeks ago
As details of our personal lives are increasingly accessible online, and national security concerns are at an all-time high, what level of privacy can we expect to have on the Internet? Led by F-Secure's Chief Research Officer, Mikko Hypponen, we ...ARN, 3 weeks ago Mikko Hypponen - Auckland - The Fight for Online Privacy ARN, 3 weeks ago Mikko Hypponen - Sydney - The Fight for Online Privacy ARN, 3 weeks ago
Helsinki-based €154-million online security company F-Secure is targeting the corporate, small and medium enterprise (SME), and government market in India using the software as a service or SaaS model. F-Secure country manager (India and SAARC) Amit Nath ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago Endpoint Security Trends for 2015: What Can We Expect? CIO Magazine, 1 month ago
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Cybercrime is costing Australian economy more than $1.65 billion a year, with old versions of Java software coming as the number one cause of security breaches in A/NZ. That's according to new research from cybersecurity firm F-Secure which has ...Computerworld Singapore, 4 weeks ago Top Australian virus revealed: What's infecting your company? ARN, 4 weeks ago Top NZ virus revealed... What's killing your company? Computerworld New Zealand, 4 weeks ago
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WASHINGTON — New government social media security guidelines call for federal agencies to develop social media stakeholder teams that can quickly identify and respond to a cyberattack and to strengthen social media passwords. The new ...BuzzFeed, 1 month ago Before the Hashtag, There Was the Octothorpe Gizmodo, 2 months ago
Facebook went down yesterday for approximately one hour, with the Lizard Squad hackers taking credit but Facebook saying it caused the accidental outage itself. It wasn't just Facebook that was down, either, but services such as Instagram, which ...ITWire, 1 month ago
[embedded content] Part 4 of the TED Radio Hour episode Keeping Secrets About Glenn Greenwald's TED Talk Journalist Glenn Greenwald makes the case for why you need to care about privacy, even if you're "not doing anything to hide." ...NPR, 1 month ago
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