Monthly Archives: August 2012

New ThinkPad USB 3.0 Secure Hard Drive Released by Lenovo

New ThinkPad USB 3.0 Secure Hard Drive Released by Lenovo

August 29, 2012

If you are someone who is in need of secure flash drives then you know how expensive they can be. Having to pay at least $7 per gigabyte can really take its toll on you financially and is leading consumers to seek out more cost-effective options. That is why Lenovo has developed the ThinkPad USB 3.0 […]

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New Malware Cripples PCs After Infection

New Malware Cripples PCs After Infection

August 15, 2012

A new Trojan horse has been discovered that attempts to cover its tracks by crippling the infected PC after stealing the data. Known as “Shamoon” by most antivirus companies, the malware has been used in targeted attacks aimed at specific individuals or firms, including at least one in the energy sector. According to recent reports, […]

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Government Seeks to Mandate Computer Security for Businesses

Government Seeks to Mandate Computer Security for Businesses

August 9, 2012

With the rash of security breaches over the past couple of years, especially within some of the biggest companies and organizations in the world, Obama’s administration has decided to weigh plans to use executive powers to force United States businesses to better protect themselves, as well as critical industries, from potentially crippling computer attacks. This […]

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Dropbox Suffers Setbacks from Spam Attack

Dropbox Suffers Setbacks from Spam Attack

August 1, 2012

Dropbox has been trying to move into the enterprise more and more recently but was recently set back in its efforts thanks to a recent spam attack that originated from a breach in an employee’s account. Dropbox confirmed this week that a stolen employee password was the cause of the theft of a project document last […]

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