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  • 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... 

  • Has your machine ground to a halt? It could be running anti virus software!

    Here's Garry Sidaway, who started as a software developer for the Euro Fighter and is now a security consultant with Integralis. If the Euro Fighter doesn't work, we can blame Garry Sidaway. 

  • Enterprise security threatened by galloping consumption

    Here's the Advent Vega, one of the many tablets which will be consumed this Xmas. Saucy little number isn't it? But what happens when everyone starts using these gadgets at work? The Binatone HomeSurf 8 Touch Tablet with its exceptional viewing pleas... 

  • Another tash tastic offering from VeraTash

    We have been sent in the photographic evidence that those charity minded folk over at VeraCode, or should we say VeraTash, did their best for the Movember efforts to raise money for prostate cancer. Led by hairy and determined boss Matt Peachey (bott... 

  • Virtualisation could invite devastating attacks, warns ISACA

    Here's an artist's impression of what the end of the world could looklike, if cyber terrorists exploit the weaknesses of virtualisation The world's IT infrastructure could be taken out by a three pronged attack on an insecure virtual framework, warns... 

  • Mysterious veil of secrecy shrouds voice based security invention as ™ launches ®

    An anonymoussoftware company has created a security product that uses your voice as a biometric identifier. The system could support the development of mobile and online commerce by preventing fraud. It has also broken new ground by creating the firs... 

  • What on earth is going on at Proofpoint?

    Security vendor ProofPoint,was due to make announcements about its Proofpoint Enterprise Protection and the Proofpoint Enterprise Privacy suites. Pretty uncontroversial, you might think. We're not allowed to tell you exactly what these announcements ... 

  • Are the anti virus companies anti social?

    If you can't trust the security companies, who can you trust? Some security companiesshort-change customers by cutting short their anti-virus protection subscriptions without their customers knowing, we suspect. If only there was a report to back thi...