Kaspersky predicts main cybercrime threats in year ahead

By Ryan Noik 9 January 2012

Kaspersky Labs has predicted the major new features on the security landscape, with the release of its Cyberthreat Forecast for 2012. FULL STORY >


Norton launches 2012 product, extends Norton Everywhere

By Staff Writer 9 December 2011

Norton by Symantec has recently released Norton Internet Security 2012, and announced a new product, which further its Norton Everywhere initiative to protect consumers everywhere they go - across locations, platforms, devices and digital... FULL STORY >


Norton report focuses on safety of kids online

By Ryan Noik 21 November 2011

The latest Norton Online Family Report sheds some stark and disturbing light on some of the issues facing children and their parents in the digital age. FULL STORY >


Steam hacked, Valve investigating credit card theft

By Ryan Noik 11 November 2011

Digital game distribution client Steam has been hacked, and the company reported that it is investigating whether credit card details could have been compromised. FULL STORY >


Increasing connectivity opens up new cyber threats

By Ryan Noik 11 November 2011

McAfee explains why cybercrime is a growing problem, and why security is so essential. FULL STORY >


Eye-opening Norton cybercrime report released

By Ryan Noik 8 September 2011

Norton cybercrime report for 2011 shows that online crime is far more prevalent and costly than most are likely to realise. FULL STORY >


Norton introduces the Cybercrime Index

By Staff Writer 18 February 2011

New, free tool helps consumers steer clear of unsafe sites, hijacked search terms, ID theft and scams FULL STORY >


Cybercrime gets smarter

By Tom Manners 28 September 2010

Kaspersky is warning against a new age of intelligent cybercrime sweeping the net. FULL STORY >


Cybercrime makes us angry says report

By Tom Manners 8 September 2010

Recently released report sheds light on the emotional toll that cybercrime takes on internet users FULL STORY >


State sponsored cyber crime is acceptable says study

By Tom Manners 3 August 2010

A recently conducted Sophos study indicates that most people believe that government sponsored cybercrime is acceptable FULL STORY >



By Thomas McKinnon 1 July 2009

SMS phishing, or ‘«£smishing‘«ō, occurs mainly when customers receive an SMS from what seems to be a reputable financial institution prompting them to call a telephone number due to a possible fraudulent transaction on their account. FULL STORY >


The Digital Hustle

By Thomas McKinnon 29 June 2009

Con artists, hustlers, crooks‘«™ whatever you want to call them, the World Wide Web is crawling with criminals. These cyber-thieves fool you into believing that they are reputable, and do this to gain access to your personal and financial information. So what are some of the... FULL STORY >

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