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Dell improves SonicWALL TZ range

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Healthfirst admits data breach

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$142.6m for Canadian cybersecurity

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Spam down phishing up

The amount of Spam hitting inboxes has fallen to its lowest level in a decade, according to Symantec but is this really a cause for celebration?   For decades, the amount of spam...
Verizon Unified Security Service

Verizon to offer Unified Security Service

There is no point carrying out research on your customer base unless you take action resulting from it. Verizon have not only been reading their own 2015 Data Breach Investigations report...
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Google Chrome says NO!

Google Chrome is expanding the use of its Safe Browsing big red screen to help stop users downloading malware. The plan was announced in a blog by Moheeb Abu Rajab and Stephan...
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SMEs to get £5000 for cyber security

Cyber security is a significant problem for Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who lack the skills and staff to deal with the rising threat against them. To help SMEs get to grips...
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NSA releases cyber tool

The National Security Agency (NSA) has released a cyber tool aimed at helping companies maintain a specific security posture. Systems Integrity Management Platform (SIMP) has been released via the GitHub website for...

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