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Global warming not causing extreme weather

Global warming not causing extreme weather

In a Senate hearing Thursday, environmental scientist Roger Pielke of the University of Colorado said it’s “incorrect” to claim that global warming is spurring more extreme weather disasters. “It is misleading and just plain incorrect to claim that disasters associated with hurricanes, tornadoes, floods or droughts have increased on climate timescales either in the United […]

Kaspersky Lab patented technology of recovery of the password

Kaspersky Lab issued patent for advanced technology of recovery of the password and keys of enciphering of data on mobile devices which almost completely excludes possibility of extraction of the classified information. MOSCOW, 19 Jul 2013. Though the patent is taken out only recently, the technology is already available in the protective decision to mobile […]

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TCC announce the recent signing agreement

Telecom consulting company CTS, LLC is pleased to announce the recent signing of a limited buyout agreement of network switch management software company Network Services Group (NSG). The buyout agreement, which goes into effect July 1, 2012, calls for the sale of NSG’s customer base, software code and associated contracts to CTS, LLC. For the […]

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Expert tips to combat mobile security threats

SMBs are exposed to many of the same security threats as large enterprises and we are seeing a major trend in cyber-crims designing malware that targets smartphones, tablet computers and other mobile devices, particularly as these devices increasingly carry more and more valuable personal and financial data. Our online activity is a lot more mobile today than […]

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Expert at UAB cyber-security summit says cybercriminals

Schemes by cyber criminals are growing increasingly more sophisticated, moving far beyond the old phishing schemes that plant malware that steals personal information, a computer security expert said Thursday. Rod Rasmussen, president of Tacoma-based Internet Identity, said today’s cyber thieves are creating widespread havoc by going after e-mail service providers hired by major corporations including […]

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Cloud Security and Compliance for Visiting Nurse Service of New York

Leading Home Health Care Organization taps Symplified to Provide Access Management and Single Sign-On to SaaS Apps for 15,000 Users

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Media Security Company Irdeto Buys BayTSP

Irdeto, a global software security and media technology company based in the Netherlands, announced this morning that it has acquired BayTSP, a Santa Clara, California-based company that specializes in anti-piracy services. The addition should be a strong fit for Irdeto’s ActiveCloak for Media end-to-end protection platform. BayTSP has worked with most of the major Hollywood […]

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Cloud has become a key part of the NSA’s IT strategy

Cloud computing will make the intelligence community more secure and efficient, NSA director and U.S. Cyber Command commander Keith Alexander said Thursday. . In a speech in Baltimore before security professionals and a subsequent interview with InformationWeek and other media, Alexander touted the cloud as a key part of the intelligence community’s IT strategy. He […]

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GE-Hitachi Fined for “Significant” Security Breaches in Nuclear Fuel Effort

GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy has paid more than $45,000 in penalties for “significant” violations of federal regulations in its effort to develop a new means of producing atomic fuel, Global Security Newswire has learned.

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First Test Labs for Next-Generation Internet Protocol (IPv6) Are Accredited

The first two laboratories have recently completed accreditation to provide testing services for the USGv6 Program. The USGv6 Program

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