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January 2013

2012 malware Top Ten and revisiting 2012’s Threatblog

Apparently we posted 235 blogs here in 2012, just a fraction under 20 blogs per month on average. So this would be a perfect moment to produce one of those summaries of the year’s activities that wordpress.com provides, telling you how many people viewed your blog site and how many times they’d go round the

Imperva, VirusTotal, and whether AV is useful

Offending the AV industry is one thing, but do you want to base a security strategy (at home or work) on a PR exercise based on a statistical misunderstanding? (Yes, I’m being diplomatic here…)

2013 Forecast: Malware, scams, security and privacy concerns

What does the New Year hold for information security, malicious software, consumer privacy and cybercrime? Questions of this mature are posed by journalists toward the end of every year and, beginning about November, answers from security specialists start to appear in print. Indeed, ESET researchers in Latin America published a 20-page white paper on this

Phishing and malware – keep Smiling through…

Three current phishing gambits and email-borne malware currently getting past normally efficient email filtering.

Securing a small business is good business

Cyber criminals undoubtedly attack big businesses but smaller businesses are vulnerable too and often fail to take basic steps to protect themselves. Here are our top tips to help keep your small business secure.

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