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The 2017 Verizon Breach Report: attacks pervasive but defenders have options
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The 2017 Verizon Breach Report: attacks pervasive but defenders have options
Three-quarters of breaches are down to outsiders and a quarter to insiders, and 73 percent are conducted for financial reasons with half involving organised crime says latest Verizon report.
 
Cyber attacks ten years on: from disruption to disinformation
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Cyber attacks ten years on: from disruption to disinformation
The solider of Tallinin, a bronze statue that triggered the first recognised cyber attack.
 
Google will bury fake news in its search results
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Google will bury fake news in its search results
Tech giant updates its search algorithm to allow users to flag inappropriate content
ABB and IBM to integrate Watson AI into industrial machinery 
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ABB and IBM to integrate Watson AI into industrial machinery

The partnership builds on IBM's commitment to spend $US3 billion on the IoT industry
Jimmy Wales launches Wikipedia-style news site to fight fake news 
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Jimmy Wales launches Wikipedia-style news site to fight fake news

Wikitribune will use a combination of paid journalists and community volunteers
Russian hacker handed 27 years, 'longest sentence ever', in US courts 
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Russian hacker handed 27 years, 'longest sentence ever', in US courts

Roman Seleznev, a Russian born master hacker, has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for the unprecedented scale of his financial crimes.
Cyber-attacks using exploits up by a quarter in 2016, says Kaspersky 
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Cyber-attacks using exploits up by a quarter in 2016, says Kaspersky

Kaspersky Lab reports the number of attacks using software vulnerabilities is rising fast, driven by the professionalisation of cyber-crime.
How technology assists conservation and sustainability efforts 
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How technology assists conservation and sustainability efforts

From the IoT to AI, tech can offer solutions to some of the world's biggest ecological questions
FBI and CIA searching for "insider" following Wikileaks data dump  
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FBI and CIA searching for "insider" following Wikileaks data dump

The CIA and FBI are said to have embarked on the search for the person who leaked their respective secret hacking tools to Wikileaks, which is being described as one of the "worst security breaches in CIA history".
Email scam hits Australian businesses 
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Email scam hits Australian businesses

An elaborate email scam is unfolding that is infecting computers with malware. The emails appear to come from the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
Mastercard makes a credit card with a built-in fingerprint sensor 
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Mastercard makes a credit card with a built-in fingerprint sensor

The new card features a thumb-sized fingerprint reader.
Human umbilical blood makes old mice build nests again. 
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Human umbilical blood makes old mice build nests again.

The rejuvenating effects of young blood is astonishingly effective on mice.
Imperva Incapsula uncovers elaborate 80,000-strong spam botnet  
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Imperva Incapsula uncovers elaborate 80,000-strong spam botnet

Researchers at the security company find that making money online from fake Viagra not so hard.
Inflight Wi-Fi highlights challenges of satellite broadband delivery on land and in the sk 
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Inflight Wi-Fi highlights challenges of satellite broadband delivery on land and in the sk

Qantas is currently trialling its new satellite broadband inflight service.
Microsoft wants you to forget your passwords 
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Microsoft wants you to forget your passwords

Push notifications replace passwords with Microsoft Authenticator.
Execution of largest hack in YouTube history claimed by OurMine 
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Execution of largest hack in YouTube history claimed by OurMine

The OurMine hackers known for hijacking online social media accounts, supposedly to test their security, executed what it's calling the largest hack in YouTube history.
NBN: The Ultimate Guide to your current and future speeds 
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NBN: The Ultimate Guide to your current and future speeds

Wondering what kinds of speed you can expect from your connection now, and in the future? We break every part of the technology mix down.
Intel shelves its Developer Forum after 20 years 
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Intel shelves its Developer Forum after 20 years

The company says the IDF conference no longer meets business needs.
Apple, Google, Facebook will still dominate in 2075, says Wozniak 
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Apple, Google, Facebook will still dominate in 2075, says Wozniak

co-founder believes AI's ethical question will persist.
Google Hire wants to take Linkedin's job 
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Google Hire wants to take Linkedin's job

Google wants to take over the job search market, too.
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