Trend Micro has warned of an automatic transfer system (ATS) tool which has been used to infect users’ computers and then bypass their bank account security measures, such as two-factor authentication, in the UK, Germany and Italy.
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In this series, Computerworld Australia examines some of the information security threats facing small businesses and larger enterprises today. We’ve looked at [[artnid: 427471|internal negligence|new]] and continue the series by speaking to experts about the problem of social engineering.
In the wake of the Flashback botnet which targeted Mac computers, Apple has removed a statement from its messages on its website that the operating system X (OS X) isn't susceptible to viruses.
In this series, Computerworld Australia examines some of the information security threats facing small business and larger enterprises today. We begin by speaking to experts about the problem of 'internal negligence' and company processes that can put businesses at risk of a data breach.
Apple’s lack of support for older Macintosh operating systems is placing Mac users into the path of cyber security attacks such as the recent Flashback botnet outbreak, according to Kaspersky Labs co-founder, Eugene Kaspersky.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has urged Australian internet users who may be DNSChanger victims to remove the malware form their computers before 9 July or face no internet service when domain name system (DNS) servers maintained by the FBI are switched off.
Australian data centre growth is set to continue well into 2012 according to the findings of a survey conducted for data centre provider, Digital Realty Trust.
The total number of datacentres in Australia is expected to peak at 49,577 this year, but will be followed by a slow decline to 45,545 by 2015 because of virtualisation, according to analyst firm Gartner.
The Australia and New Zealand ICT infrastructure market will be characterised by changing investment priorities due to economic conditions, according to the latest predictions from IDC Australia.
The formation of a global cyber security group similar to the World Health Organisation (WHO) is required in order to share vital information, according to former United States Federal Government chief information officer, Vivek Kundra.
Tracking intrusions to the Tennis Australia network is easier this year due to an expanded partnership with Aruba Networks.
Cyber criminals have taken advantage of the proliferation of quick response (QR) codes on posters and marketing material by putting their own malicious stickers over the top of legitimate ones, warns security vendor, AVG Australia and New Zealand.
Data located in Australia but owned or operated by a US company could be accessed under a Patriot Act request, even if this violates National Privacy Principles, a legal expert has warned.
Near field communications (NFC) and big data have been tipped by research firm, Deloitte, as two technologies that will see greater uptake in Australia during 2012.
The Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) media tablet market recorded growth of just 3.1 per cent in Q3 with 434,000 units shipped, according to analyst firm IDC.