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  • Ten things we hate about trade shows - even Infosec

    I missed CeBIT this year because I couldn't quite get my hair how I like it. So I cancelled the flight. And you know what, I don't think I missed anything. Why? Here's then reasons why you should never go to a trade show: 1. There's always some bird ... 

  • Coming to a cinema near you - high definition pictures from the SAS Group

    High definition movies are coming to your local Odeon, thanks to SAS Group In a world, where PC has gone mad. In a time, in the not too distant future. In a place, where pop corn costs a fortune. Only one thing can save us. High Defini... 

  • Trend Micro shows a sense of humour at RSA 2011

    Nick Booth reporting from RSA 2011, San Francisco Having blagged a last minute flight to my favourite US town, San Francisco, I thought I was having a good RSA. Security events can be tedious.Security is a vocation that seesm to attract chippy, an... 

  • Gridsure could save us all from the expensive tyranny of passwords

    Who can remember their passwords? Nobody. And yet IT security managers always insist on giving us a random, patternless string of alpha numerics to commit to memory. One for each of the hundreds of systems we're forced to log into every day.Small won... 

  • The companies that could create a decent rural broadband service

    Farningham in Kent is the slowest village in Britain, in broadband terms, according to a judgmental study by Top10.com. The village e-jits (slang for slow connectors) download at 1.30Mbps on average. 

  • Former Downing Street hack complains about hacking

    Following the revelations of 'phone backing' by News of the World journalists, Alastair Campbell has joined the celebrity bandwagon and embraced victim status too. Campbell told reporters today that he feared his phone might have been hacked. By tha... 

  • Advocate of national ID scheme tells Scotland Yard he couldn't even secure his own phone messages

    A new study shows that civil servants, cabinet members and even the prime minister behind the National ID card scheme couldn'tcreatepasswords for their mobile phones. Britain's political leaders are unashamedly lax about security, according to a new ... 

  • In the gaming industry, the deadliest fight takes place off screen

    By Philip Lieberman, CEO, Lieberman Software The biggest drama in the games industry is not played out on screen. The contest is between the games publishers and the hackers. Thepublishers manage a massive database of payment and player data, which m... 

  • How journalism works - smart pens, stupid writer

    Here's the Echo Smart Pen, an ingenious device that records every conversation. If only I had one of these earlier, it would have saved me several court cases. "Dear Sir, I wish to complain about your recent article, where you have seriously mis... 

  • Trend Micro makes security industry sense of humour breakthrough

    Here's to Natalie Severino, the genius behind a new computer game that teachesusers about security, without boring the pants off them. You can win prizes too! You know how boring security people are? Constantly yammering away about their petty polici...