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2018 Malware outlook: more of the same, says Sophos

Security vendor Sophos is predicting four trends will dominate the malware scene next year.

Quantcast, Quantium partner on Australian digital advertising initiative

Global AI-driven direct audience insights and measurement platform Quantcast is partnering with applied analytics and AI firm, Quantium, in a move the two companies claim will bridge the gap between online and offline data.

Spark claims front running over competitors on TaaS certifications

New Zealand’s largest telco Spark is claiming a competitive edge as the first Internet service provider to secure Telecommunications as a Service (TaaS) certifications for three of its newest services.

Epson PaperLab wins Gold

Epson has received a Good Design Gold Award for its PaperLab product, and praise for the good design of other products.

IBM launches Cloud Private software platform based on Kubernetes

IBM today announced its new IBM Cloud Private software platform, which it claims will help companies unlock billions of dollars in technology investment.

Security implications of password use highlighted

Passwords used in businesses turn out to be a leading cause of breaches, according to a report issued by password management services company LastPass.

Windows trojan uses simple method to steal digital currency

A Windows trojan known as CryptoShuffler steals cryptocurrencies using a very simple mechanism: it replaces any cryptocurrency wallet address on a user's clipboard with one of its own.

Microsoft makes renewed moves on SMB market with Microsoft 365 Business

Launching its new "purpose-built solution for small and medium sized businesses" Microsoft 365 Business today, the global tech titan has also launched a new survey while celebrating Basketball Australia as a new client.

NotPetya put ahead of WannaCry in 'nastiest Windows ransomware' list

WannaCry was the Windows ransomware that gained the most media coverage this year but security vendor Webroot ranks NotPetya, the ransomware that hit a month later, as the nastiest in this category of Windows malware for 2016-17.

Companies ignorant about data protection in the cloud: survey

The level of ignorance within industry about data protection laws has been underlined by a survey that found nearly three-fourths (69%) of companies believed that their cloud provider was taking care of all data privacy and compliance regulations and also protecting the company's data in the cloud.

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