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Friday, March 9, 2012

Big data could nab big criminals

Google just got pwned -- and it's happy about it | Do IT execs know sensitive data when they see it?

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Big data could nab big criminals
Among security professionals and analysts, there's now talk that that big data will also lead to security-focused data scientists who will have the tools and knowledge to pinpoint attacks by stealthy intruders out to steal highly sensitive data. Read More


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RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: Amazon Web Services

Why Run Windows Server Apps on AWS?
Top 5 Reasons: 1. No New Hardware, 2. Get Started in Minutes, 3. Use Your .NET Skills in the AWS Cloud, 4. On-Demand Test Environments, and 5. Use your Existing Microsoft Licenses. Learn more with on-demand webinar. Watch now!

Google just got pwned -- and it's happy about it
Google paid $60,000 to first person to completely exploit Chrome browser, paving the way for other software makers to mimic the bounties-for-bugs business model. Read More

Do IT execs know sensitive data when they see it?
Today's companies, clearly very good at collecting data, seem "less savvy when it comes to how to classify and manage it." Read More

Former LulzSec leader brings down members of LulzSec, Anonymous
In a major break for law enforcement, several members of the LulzSec and Anonymous hacking groups were arrested this morning based on information provided by "Sabu," the shadowy LulzSec leader who was secretly arrested last year. Read More

Kaspersky to protect virtual machines running on VMware
Kaspersky Lab has launched Security for Virtualization, designed to centralize the protection of virtual machines running on VMware. Read More



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