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Ixia helps you peer into the cloud

Ixia's products provide continuous security assessment and let you keep tabs on cloud traffic - even that flowing between virtualised instances.

Mobile malware hits all sectors, all devices: study

A survey of mobile malware attacks on devices in businesses located in the Americas, the EMEA region and the Asia-Pacific region has found that every one of them suffered at least one attack.

Financial phishing scams up sharply from a year ago

Financial phishing scams, which target online payment systems, banks and retailers, now account for nearly half (49.77%) of all phishing attacks, up from 34.33% in 2015, security company Kaspersky Lab says.

OVO cuts deal to sell products in Australia Post outlets

Optus-powered MVNO OVO has secured a second distribution deal with a partnership to offer its products in Australia Post outlets across the country.

Microsoft releases open source SQL Server DevOps tool for Linux, Mac

Microsoft’s SQL Server Management Studio is a Windows-only product, meaning developers and admins who preferred other operating systems had to find alternate tools until now, with the preview release of SQL Operations Studio.

Pentagon intelligence op leaks data through Amazon servers

Billions of posts scraped from the Internet in what appears to be an US Department of Defence intelligence-gathering operation have been exposed to the public through misconfigured Amazon Web Services S3 repositories.

ABC leaks sensitive data through misconfigured S3 bucket

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has leaked data online through two improperly secured Amazon Web Services S3 repositories, according to the Kromtech Security Centre.

No more data breach details will be released: Deloitte

Accountancy firm Deloitte says it will not be releasing any more details about the data breach that it suffered in March this year.

Software taking over, but hardware still has a role: Linux expert

The tech industry is heading towards a stage where self service for standard IT requirements will become a norm, helped by the increase in software-defined infrastructure, a senior engineer from SUSE Linux claims.

IBM, Packet Clearing, Cyber Alliance collaborate on Internet security

IBM Security, Packet Clearing House and The Global Cyber Alliance have collaborated to launch a free global service they say is designed to give consumers and businesses added privacy and security protection when they access the Internet.

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