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WordPress users hit by malware attack; WSJ website hacked;

>> Up to 50,000 WordPress users hit by MailPoet malware attack (Infosecurity Magazine) >> WSJ website hacked, data offered for sale for 1 bitcoin (Ars Technica) >> How the CryptoLocker ransomware was defeated with its own DGA (TechTarget) >> Israeli TV hijacked by Hamas ...

News Scan: Wearables to take off in enterprises; Facebook faces increased mobile ad competition; more

Wearables in the workplace: How to write an effective BYOx policy | A brief history of the Internet ...

Cisco tries new collaboration, compliance tools for diverse work environments

expands and remodels the attack surfaces of networks, he went on, making these work environments less ...

Is the Heartbleed bug still lurking behind your firewall?

systems--well, remember how that worked out with Stuxnet and Flame? For more:- see Help Net Security's ...

Where do we plant the root of trust?

as a complete voucher that we are who we say we are. We know how flimsy a safety net this is, and we know ...

Nokia handset business: Microsoft's loss is Nokia's gain

things around, Microsoft announced job cuts totaling 1,800 positions  last week, mostly from the newly ...

Ponemon: One third of security professionals never talk with executives

primaries, and no one had, then it's a safe bet the candidate would lose, no matter how far out those ...

Spotlight: They're not really 'back doors' if Apple gives them brass knockers

that are designed into the system; it's not something that malware builds for itself, but rather what malware ...

SAP makes cloud connections; EMC pressed to make virtual separations;

Firm Builds Network Immune Systems to Prevent Data Loss [eWeek] Diginomica draws the first serious ...

Google faces privacy suit in California; IBM rethinks computer design; More

training--but not during periods of change and growth. >> How to train your networking talent (Information ...