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Deus ex machina

It will likely come as no surprise to regular readers of ESET's Threat Blog that we are somewhat gadget aficionados here in the Research Department. Our focus, however, is usually on issues such as malware, spam and privacy so we do not spend a lot of time discussing gadgetry.  Every once in a while, though,

Ten Ways to Dodge Cyber-Bullets (Part 9)

[Part 9 of an occasional series, updating a blog series I ran in early 2009 to reflect changes in the threat landscape. This series is now available as a white paper at http://www.eset.com/download/whitepapers.php.] Be Wireless, not Careless Don’t connect to just any “free Wi-Fi” access point: it might alter your DNS queries or be the “evil twin” of

Public Health and the BCS

SC Magazine included an interesting item today on security and confidentiality in the UK’s National Health Service. Anders Pettersson has suggested that the NHS is too busy to be harrassed over data protection/data leakage issues, and that the security industry should "come together to educate NHS Trusts and other organizations on simple measures to protect

NHS: healthcare security and national insecurity

I really ought to be concentrating on some writing deadlines, but I couldn’t ignore this item, flagged by Graham Cluley, Sophos blogger-in-residence and karaoke star. (I have to say that because I was rather rude about his singing at Infosec last month.) Graham and I both live in the UK, so the state of health

Data Leakage, Politics, the Universe and Everything…

There is no way of eliminating the risk of data loss completely because systems, however good they are, are implemented, administered and used by human beings.

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