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The future of user-based security risks. Free Gartner report

IT security personnel spend time protecting against external attacks, but often miss the biggest source of data breaches – user-based threats including account hijacking, stolen passwords, insiders and more. Learn more about the need for a user-centric security strategy with this free Gartner report. Download this exclusive Gartner report today, and learn about your organisations critical missing security vantage point.
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Make remote vendor access more secure. Free ObserveIT eBook

The threat of user-based attacks has never been higher, with 76% of all breaches coming from accounts with access to sensitive data. With the exploitation of remote vendor access a huge concern, learn how to make working with your contractors more secure with this free e-Book from ObserveIT. Download this ebook today, and make working with IT contractors more secure.
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Drupal: If you weren't quick to patch, assume your site was hacked

Users of Drupal, one of the most popular content management systems, should consider their sites compromised if they didn't immediately apply a security patch released on Oct. 15.
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HMRC to expand risk and intelligence data arm

HM Revenue and Customs is hiring data analysts for its expanding Risk and Intelligence service’s (RIS) big data projects.
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After rocket explosion, no air, water pollutants detected

The initial assessment of the explosion that destroyed an Antares rocket and cargo craft on launch Tuesday evening showed no signs that the blast emitted pollution into the water or air around the launch area in Virginia.
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Harriet Harman attacks government record on broadband connectivity

Deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman MP has accused the current government of "ignoring people's concerns over internet connectivity".
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Smartphone share of overall mobile phone sales stalling at 70 percent

Smartphones during the third quarter again accounted for about 70 percent of total mobile phone shipments. Prices need to fall even further to attract more users in emerging markets, but that won't happen overnight.
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Pirate Bay co-founder found guilty of hacking in Denmark

Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg was found guilty of hacking and serious vandalism in the Court of Fredriksberg in Denmark on Thursday.
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Apple Pay rival MCX defends security after hackers steal emails

The Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), a consortium of 58 major U.S. retailers whose mobile payment network will take on the new Apple Pay early in 2015, today held a hastily-organized news conference to address questions about a hack that pilfered consumer email addresses.
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BlueBay Asset Management gets a grasp of its sales pipeline with Salesforce

UK-based asset management firm BlueBay has a clearer, comprehensive view of its sales cycles after deploying Salesforce’s Sales Cloud, its business development lead said.
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Government promises to reform digital framework after it fails to reach sales target

The government is planning to make changes to the Digital Services framework (DSf) after it failed to hit sales targets with the first version.
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Germany backs plan to retain personal flight data across EU

The German government is calling for the EU-wide retention of personal flight data as an anti-terrorism measure, but is facing opponents who object to yet another database holding private information.
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China: Facebook not banned, but must follow the rules

China may be blocking access to Facebook, but that doesn't mean the social media network can't one day enter the country, as long as it follows the rules, a top government official said on Thursday.
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Argos pulls out all the stops to fix website glitch

Argos has said it is making every effort to fix a problem that has prevented some customers from accessing its website since Tuesday (28 October).
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