If you use Microsoft's OneCare Live and Outlook, there is a chance that your stored e-mails have been wiped out.
It's a tough life trying to show off a state-of-the-art security monitoring system -- especially when helpful humans keep ruining the demo.On Wednesday, Japanese electronics giant NEC was showing off some of its latest products at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art.
Symantec is about to launch Norton 360 in Australia but will marketing hype overtake quality features?
Gaping holes fixed, but will users remain under constant threat?
Windows Defender for Vista has failed miserably when it comes to protecting users of Microsoft's latest operating system from a very basic attack.The penetration of Windows Vista is increasing but all the signs point to users of Microsoft's new OS facing a very scary few months when it comes to security issues.
Executives compare the size of their smartphones.
If the iPhone takes off, the overall penetration of OS X will skyrocket and attract some serious attention from malware writers.
In 2007, IE6 will almost certainly lose its crown as the most popular Web browser.
My calculations tell me that by 2016, tech security will be as easy as flicking a light switch.
Have you received a telephone call from your bank asking to 'confirm' a recent transaction?
It took three security experts and almost a full working day to confirm Citibank Australia's e-mail wasn't a clever phishing attempt.
Phishers have a new tactic -- launching DDoS attacks on Web sites then taking advantage of the outage.
What happened to backup systems after multiple hardware failures crippled Westpac's online banking system?
It's not very often that a company gets hacked and then agrees to talk about the incident, so when the finance director of a Sydney-based firm asked if I would be interested in writing a story about a security breach that cost him AU$9,000, I grabbed the opportunity.The finance director, let's call him Ken, only realised there was a problem when his telephone provider called to say there had been an unusually high volume of international calls.
Sibos 2006 organisers had probably spent more on security than any other exhibition I have been to; however, all it took was a friendly gesture from one security guard to create a gaping hole in the security infrastructure.My first thoughts when walking into the main hall at the Sydney Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour last week were "this is where the money is at".