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US-CERT, part of the Department of Homeland Security, is warning that the end of support for Windows Server 2003 is coming.
While large enterprises are capable of handling their own security, they are finding that small and niche businesses in Australia are unable to cope with the security of storing data on behalf of the large companies, CERT Australia has found.
Computer-based security attacks on business are on the rise, and the culprits appear to be competitors seeking commercial information, according to the latest security report by Australia’s cyber threat support agency, CERT.
UK-CERT will coordinate the management of national cyber security incidents.
Microsoft joined Google and Mozilla in withdrawing the trust of digital certificates used in man-in-the-middle/spoofing attacks against the *google.com domain.
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Five thousand cyber attacks have been reported to Australia's CERT this year, but the director-general of ASIO says that it's just the tip of the iceberg.
CERT Australia is today launching a survey to give the Australian Government a better understanding of how online attacks on businesses and other incidents are affecting the economy.
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The vulnerability affects 64-bit operating systems and virtualization software running on Intel CPU hardware.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority, CERT Australia and the Australian Government's Stay Smart Online initiative have teamed up to allow users to check if they are affected by the DNSChanger malware.
A team will work for a year to set up EU-Cert, a computer emergency response team, for EU institutions including the European Commission, European Parliament and the Council of Europe
The Australian Government has a list of software holes that are so sensitive they're kept hidden from the public. These weaknesses are being used by criminals to steal our money and our data. These vulnerabilities are also the bait with which cyber-criminals are caught.
The Federal Government's Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) Australia has sent more than 200 engineers to be trained in protecting critical infrastructure at the same lab that the New York Times alleged was used to create the Stuxnet worm.
The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) Australia has detected some 187 "cyber incidents" since September last year, ranging from trivial threats to attacks requiring military oversight.
The government's official Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) Australia has opened today a stone's throw from the veteran industry AusCERT offices.
The government's decision not to partner its own computer emergency response team, CERT Australia, with the existing AusCERT may have ramifications for Australian banks that rely on security updates, according to TrustDefender chief technology officer Andreas Baumhof.
The Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) knew it needed to expand in order to deal with greater security threats and had asked the Federal Government for new funding. Instead, a new government CERT was formed.
According to research carried out by US-CERT (United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team), software that comes with the Energizer DUO USB NiMH battery charger is infected with a Trojan horse that gives hackers access to Windows PCs.
Australian government launches in-depth cybersecurity strategy, which includes establishment of a new Computer Emergency Response Team to rival existing AusCERT.
Australian Attorney General Robert McClelland yesterday launched an in-depth Cyber Security Strategy for the nation, supported by a new Computer Emergency Response Team to rival the existing AusCERT.
A free BlackBerry spyware application has been released to allow an attacker to call a user's BlackBerry and listen to personal conversations.
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