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US And China Set To Meet Over Cybersecurity Issues

Cybersecurity has emerged as a major espionage tool in recent years, one that can be used by individual nations. In the past, China has been repeatedly accused of using hackers to steal industrial and military designs from U.S. firms. To discuss the matter, U.S. and China are all set to meet next month.
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Is The $1 Trillion Market Of Cybercrime A Myth?

In this hyper-fast age of information, sometimes facts may not just be overlooked but may simply be misstated. This happens when during research, small-scale facts are generalized over large populations. Apparently, that is precisely what both McAfee and Norton did when they quoted figures of cybercrime losses.
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Filibuster Delays Cybersecurity Act In US Senate

The White House has been eagerly pursuing the path of cybersecurity, with little regard for the privacy concerns of internet users. The House recently passed Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) and was on the way to pass another companion bill when a Republican filibuster delayed it in the Senate.
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Top Android Apps Put Data At Risk

According to a recent report from the Wall Street Journal, a company security firm called viaForensics has discovered that apps from a lot of top Internet companies aren’t keeping your data safe either and viaForensics noticed that apps from LinkedIn, Netflix, and Foursquare stored usernames and passwords in unencrypted plain text form on Android…
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Xbox 360 Spring Update Coming

Microsoft will launch its annual spring update for the Xbox 360 Dashboard an the next Dashboard update will begin rolling out on May 19.Xbox 360 update includes PayPal integration and make support for new disc format, PayPal integration looks especially attractive after the PlayStation Network fiasco that's exposed PS3 owners' personal info and…
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US Military Bans Removable Media Again

US military has officially solidified its reputation as a flake by banning the use of all removable media to prevent WikiLeaks sequel.US Military bans removable media to prove their senior officers in each branch relayed the orders and reaffirmed personnel would risk of court-martial if they failed to comply......
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