Headlines for Security
Russian Dating Website Topface Hacked
Fraud Detection Software Company, Easy Solutions, has claimed to have seen the details of 20 million users of Russian Dating Website Topface for sale.
Singapore ups the ante in cyber security fight

Cisco Annual Security Report Reveals Widening Gulf Between Perception and Reality of Cybersecurity Readiness
60% of Cisco Security Capabilities Benchmark Survey Respondents Are Not Patching and Only 10% of Internet Explorer Users Run Latest Version; Still 90% of Respondents Are "Confident" in Their Cybersecurity Capabilities
Synology Announces the RS815 (RP)+ and the DS2415+ NAS for Small and Medium Businesses

Outlook Hacked by China Over the Weekend
Microsoft’s Outlook e-mail service has apparently been the victim of a cyberattack over the weekend, this time perpetrated by the Chinese government.
CloudMask partners with Bellstone Consultancy Group to offer data protection in the UK

IBM Launches z13 Mainframe -- Most Powerful and Secure System Ever Built
First mainframe system with embedded analytics providing real time transaction insights 17X faster than compared competitive systems at a fraction of the cost
Absolute Software Receives Highest Level of Information Security Certification
Absolute achieves ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification for Production Hosting Services
IBM Study: Number of Cyber Attacks on Retailers Drops by Half; Criminals Still Stole Over 61 Million Customer Records in 2014
Cyber Thieves Scale Back, Take Off Two Biggest Shopping Days of the Year
Trend Micro Named a Leader in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms

Sony CEO sees no major financial impact from cyber attack

2014: The Year of the Hacker, More To Come in 2015
There have been more high-profile data breaches in the last 12 months than ever before -- and security experts say 2015 could be a stormy year.
How To Avoid Spam and Scams in the New Year
Dealing with spam is certainly annoying
Sony PlayStation Network Slow To Recover from Attack

North Korea Internet links restored amid U.S. hacking dispute

Special Report: How Sony Systems Were Hacked
In late breaking news on Thursday, an unnamed U.S. government official told the press that investigators have solved the vexing question of how the computer network at Sony Pictures Entertainment was hacked
Avigilon Acquires ObjectVideo Entire Patent Portfolio and Licensing Program
Avigilon acquires strategic intellectual property and continues to build video analytics patent portfolio
Apple Trial likely to go on with new plaintiff
A billion-dollar class-action lawsuit against Apple will likely continue, after a 65-year-old Massachusetts business consultant read about the plaintiffs' floundering case online and volunteered to represent consumers in the suit.
Strike Two? Sony PlayStation Network Is Attacked
If this were a movie, you'd have to conclude Sony has angered a vengeful enemy.
Smartphone users becoming greater targets for hacking, stolen information

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