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This week, we've got news of Anonymous and the KKK, spies in the sky, congressional finger-pointing, AT&T being AT&T, and so much more. It's ZDNet's Government IT Week and you would believe what the world's govs are up to this week!
After racial hate group Ku Klux Klan said it would use 'lethal force' on Ferguson protesters, a skirmish with Anonymous erupted: Anonymous has now seized two primary KKK Twitter accounts. UPDATED.
The mysterious and critical Schannel vulnerability also contained some new TLS ciphers which are causing problems. Here's how to work around them.
The investigations and forensics software developer is extending its offerings into cyberdefence.
The latest version of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report shows that users without updated anti-malware are far more likely to become infected.
The Internet of Things will complicate security, redefine privacy, and require new laws. Both business and government must rise to the challenge -- and they need to get started right now.
And now, for your reading pleasure, we present the worst products and services and technology screw-ups of 2014.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending November 14, 2014. Covers enterprise, controversies, reports and more.
Apple has downplayed the risk the Masque bug plays for users of iOS devices running iOS 7 or later.
US justice officials are scooping up mobile phone data from unwitting Americans as part of a sophisticated airborne surveillance program designed to catch criminals, The Wall Street Journal has reported.
United Kingdom Prime Minister David Cameron has told a joint sitting of the Australian parliament that businesses have a social responsibility to clamp down on extremist content on the internet.
Union president says they were kept in dark, claims unfair labor practices in complaint to National Labor Relations Board.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen outlines the phone maker's latest enterprise developments, strategy and vision in San Francisco.
US-CERT, part of the Department of Homeland Security, is warning that the end of support for Windows Server 2003 is coming.
The two missing updates from this week's Patch Tuesday were for Exchange Server. They're not quite baked.