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FBI expert lashes Apple 'jerks' over iPhone security

A forensics expert from the FBI has lashed out at Apple, calling the company's security team a bunch of "jerks" and "evil geniuses" for making it more difficult to circumvent the encryption on its devices.

Security essential to help healthcare workers focus on patients, not IT, says ExtraHop

Australia’s healthcare system is rated as one of the best in the world, though not without its flaws. Real-time wire data security analysis vendor ExtraHop says it’s committed to helping healthcare workers remove their IT burdens.

Phishing scam hits Netflix

Netflix has been hit by a new zero-day phishing scam using fake Netflix branding, with security firm MailGuard warning that the popular global video streaming service has become a favourite vehicle for email fraudsters.

SUSE's key software trends for 2018

Linux vendor SUSE outlined the key trends it sees for software in 2018, with open source and containers leading the way.

Aussie students challenged on data protection solutions

The SWIFT Institute research group has launched its third annual 2018 Challenge competition focusing on data protection, for Australian students to come up with solutions to current global industry challenges in the financial sector.

Digital, cloud key to business success in 2018 says Zerto, but don't forget DR

Disaster recovery and business continuity software vendor Zerto says the move to the cloud will only increase in 2018, but security and resilience should not be forgotten.

Forcepoint's predictions for the five big security issues in 2018

With tremendous technological advances comes, unfortunately, those seeking to exploit others and the continual battle for business, government and individual to keep ahead. Cyber security software company Forcepoint spoke to iTWire about its security predictions for 2018.

Small business cops brunt of cyber crime attacks

Almost half of all cyber crime targets small businesses in Australia, according to a newly released Australian Government pamphlet designed to raise awareness of cyber crime and help small businesses achieve better cyber security preparedness.

NZ’s Commerce Commission issues warning on LuxStyle

New Zealand’s competition enforcement and regulatory agency, the Commerce Commission, has issued an alert, warning the public to be wary when browsing for products online on sites operated by Lux International Sales ApS (LuxStyle), a company based in Denmark.

Qualcomm admits chips vulnerable, offers no detail

American multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company Qualcomm admits some of its processors are vulnerable to the Meltdown and Spectre bugs but has refused to provide any clarity on exactly which products are affected.

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