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John E Dunn


John is one of the co-founders of Techworld, following a spell working for Tornado Insider, the European magazine for tech start-ups. He started in IT journalism as technical editor of Personal Computer Magazine, before progressing to become editor of Network World (formerly LAN Magazine) and Network Week before helping to set up Techworld Insider. He has also freelanced for a number of technical publications in the technology, science and business fields.

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The 10 riskiest Internet domains firewall admins should block

Set your filters – some of the new Internet domains are not ones users should visit, even accidentally read more »

Spotting fake invoice scams – what UK SMEs need to know

How do you know an invoice is genuine? With great difficulty, it turns out read more »

Are public Wi-Fi hotspots a security risk? Security risks of using public Wi-Fi explained

Public Wi-Fi is used by many to avoid big roaming bills. Can its risks be mitigated? Are public Wi-Fi hotspots a security risk? We examine the security risks of using public Wi-Fi. read more »

Android security in the enterprise - can the worst flaws be fixed?

How do Android's growing list of vulnerabilities affect enterprises and is there much they can do about them? read more »

Dell blows lid on 'Emissary Panda' hacking group - but do APTs still frighten people?

Dell SecureWorks has tracked another apparently Chinese espionage group. For organisations, it's a familiar story read more »

Cybercriminals using simple tool to create malicious Office files

Check Point detects new version of Office Exploit Builder - malicious attachments on tap read more »

The world's top 10 craftiest phishing lures

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Malwarebytes jumps into Mac security with free anti-adware software

Enough of a threat? A growing number of vendors clearly think so read more »

Morrisons' massive 2014 payroll breach the result of employee's bizarre grudge

Employee Andrew Skelton allegedly posted entire 100,000 payroll database read more »

Team Sky claims Chris Froome's cycling data hacked by doping trolls

Froome consulting lawyers over suspected bio data theft read more »

Dell scotches closure rumours by expanding Edinburgh Security Operations Centre

Wheels out political support to underline commitment read more »

Ransom malware could be beaten with simple file-system security, study concludes

Encryption and file deletion programmes not as unstoppable or frightening as some claim read more »

Council secures children's services with Becrypt 'computer on a stick'

Cheshire West & Chester deploys 300 tVolution Mini devices to tie together multiple agencies read more »

Edinburgh City Council leaks 13,000 email addresses after cyberattack

Council warns residents - but are public sector security budgets the root cause? read more »

New York Stock Exchange goes down - computer or trading glitch suspected

United Airlines grounds flights, Wall Street Journal disappears read more »

Aggressive bank Trojan Dyre on the hunt for UK SMEs

Uptick in messages targeting specific UK banks, says Bitdefender read more »

One week left until the end of Server 2003, but migration countdown lacks XP 'buzz'

Camwood CEO Adrian Foxall discusses why businesses need to migrate away from Server 2003 - and quickly read more »

UK university computing courses get cybersecurity upgrade

Government-backed initiative will see security prioritised in BCS accreditation read more »

Level 3 buys Black Lotus for application layer anti-DDoS expertise

Telecoms firm bulks up its mitigation services read more »

Time for IPv6 is upon us says Infoblox as it offers migration tool

With IPv4 addresses running out, free tool pitched as planning aid to cope with complex decisions read more »

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