By ZDNet Staff
| September 23, 2010 -- 02:34 GMT (19:34 PDT)
| Topic: Security
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
UNSW professor wants to see more 'rascals' taking up cyber
Calling out those who are willing to question the status quo and change the way cybersecurity is taught at Australian education institutions.
Honesty needed to break 'impasse' over cops versus encrypted data
ACT government and AustCyber launch Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node
This brings the total number of innovation nodes in Australia to seven.
Google removes two Chrome ad blocker extensions caught 'cookie stuffing'
Two Chrome ad blockers caught manipulating cookies so extension devs could earn commissions on users' backs.
HP acquires Bromium, a startup behind its Sure Click security
Bromium will be integrated with other HP security offerings as the company looks to use security as a selling point for its devices.
Two arrested in $10 million tech support scheme that 'preyed on the elderly'
Suspects run tech support scam sites and made over $10m from over 7,500 victims by billing unneeded tech support fees.
Two years later, hackers are still breaching local government payment portals
New 20,000 batch of payment card details found on the dark web and traced back to new Click2Gov hacks.
Old Magecart web domains resurrected for fraudulent ad schemes
Card skimming is the modus operandi of Magecart but many of the new campaigns focus on malvertising instead.
Smart TVs send user data to tech heavyweights including Facebook, Google, Netflix
A research study suggests that private information is being transferred even when devices are idle.