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Security and connectivity main worries over smart meter project

Network security, accuracy and reliability, and first-time connectivity have emerged as energy utility executives' key concerns for the proposed £10bn national smart meter project.
07 September 2010

Third of UK firms are targetted by fraudsters

Research from credit risk management specialist Graydon UK claims that almost a third of UK businesses (31%) have been targeted by fraudsters over the past eighteen months.
06 September 2010

Anti-terrorist police data found on USB stick

Reports are coming in that a Greater Manchester Police branded USB stick has been found by a member of the public outside a city police station.
06 September 2010

Visa suspends ePassporte electronic money service

Visa, the international payment card group, has taken the unprecedented step of suspending the Visa transaction processing facilities of one of its prepaid debit card members, ePassporte.
06 September 2010

Google to simplify privacy policy

Google is updating and simplifying its privacy policies to make them more transparent and understandable.
06 September 2010

Cloud security webinar with free white paper next Tuesday

Infosecurity will be hosting a free webinar on the topical issue of cloud computing security next Tuesday afternoon, offering attendees the chance to download a valuable white paper free of charge.
03 September 2010

Companies open to risk of litigation due to Web 2.0 technology

Research just issued claims that 88% of the FTSE 100 are at risk of litigation due to their susceptibility to a number of risk factors, including the move into what Zylab calls 'new channels' of communication.
03 September 2010

Discover, Heartland come to terms over data breach claims

Heartland Payment Systems has closed the book on card brand-related lawsuits resulting from a 2008 system breach by agreeing to a $5 million settlement with Discover.
02 September 2010

Misconfigured networks open door to hackers

Research just released shows that IT security professionals think that a badly configured network is the main cause of network breaches.
02 September 2010

Misconfigured networks open door to hackers

Research just released shows that IT security professionals think that a badly configured network is the main cause of network breaches.
02 September 2010

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