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National Cyber Security Awareness Month

It’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month once again, do you know where your security weaknesses are? Read on to find out how you can stop the leaks and block the freaks. Internet Security, A Game You Can Not Afford To Lose October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) which means it is once again

Your iPhone knows exactly where you are!

“You will perhaps realize about it, but your iPhone knows exactly where you went and how long you stayed.” This article published by Jim Waterson on April 29th highlights one of those hidden features in our high- tech equipment. Although this type of feature is explained in the numerous pages posted by Apple no one,

Follow the impact of cybercrime in real time

Kaspersky Lab has developed an interactive globe where you can observe in real time all security incidents occurring on our planet. This world map called Cyberthreat Map allows you to check in real time the speed at which some threats are spreading and which countries are the most affected by cybercrime. With a similar presentation

Bitcoin gets popular but risky according to Kaspersky Lab

Kaspersky Lab’s latest report “Financial Cyber ​​Threats in 2013” refers to cybercrime affecting this virtual currency. According to the “Financial Cyber ​​Threats in 2013” conducted by Kaspersky Lab, malware targeting Bitcoin were quite frequent in 2013. The number of attacks against the crypto- currency has actually increased by more than 2.5 to achieve 8.3 million

The European law on personal data invalidated

The cancellation of the European law that requires the retention of communication data, i.e. telephone and email data for at least 6 months brings trouble into the European Union. Leaders in the fight against cybercrime and terrorism who were happy about it are now quite concerned. On April 8th, EU Court of Justice canceled the

Brazil: a bill to be passed on internet privacy

In Brazil, users welcomed a new law that should be passed to regulate internet and ensure confidentiality to users. This Constitution for internet called “Civil Framework” aims at enabling a free and open network. “While in some countries, some laws that criminalize behavior have been passed, this one sets the rights and guarantees freedom on

U.S. will officially create a cyber-army

NSA new boss, Michael S. Rogers, just announced to the Senate that the country would set up an official cyber- army : it will then cooperate with its air, land and sea counterparts. Admiral Rogers will thus be the head of the U.S. Cyber ​​Command. He did not give further details indeed on this cyber-

RSF speaks out about the enemies of internet

During the International Day against Cyber ​​Censorship, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) spoke about its updated list of “enemies of Internet”: the RSF points out the methods of some countries, for their internet surveillance and censorship, although they are said to be democratic countries. RSF has identified 31 institutions that it considers to act as “enemies

Google’s point on new technologies

A major conference festival dedicated to the “New Digital Age” happened last week in US in Austin (Texas). This time was an opportunity to hear Eric Schmidt, Google CEO between 2001 and 2011, and Jared Cohen with whom he cooperated to write a book of the same name – to comment on the development of

FBI prepares an interactive malware analysis system

The federal agency shall launch this year its “Malware Investigator”, an interactive malware analysis system. It shall allow companies and individuals to better cope with cyber-attacks. James Comey, who has been recently appointed as the new FBI director, announced that the agency was working on a system analyzing malicious software that would be implemented by