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News 2010-02

February 25, 2010 Most Companies Lack Infrastructure to Fight Against the Biggest Cyber Threats

February 25, 2010 Malta hosts US Department of Justice cybercrime conference

February 23, 2010 Revisiting reveals 90% of Australasian companies have been hit by cyber attacks

A whopping 100% of companies within Australia and New Zealand said they intend to make changes to their security within the next 12 months, with 42% expecting major changes.

February 23, 2010 Freelance security worker 'coded Google cyber attack'

February 23, 2010 What is the most dangerous cyber attack in 2010?

February 22, 2010 Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors brought into use by Cyber-criminals

The most common programming errors leading to security breaches according to the research of CWE/SANS are SQL injection errors, cross-site scripting flaws and buffer overflow vulnerabilities.

February 22, 2010 New campaign against cyber crimes and terrorism to Nigerian universities

The campaign against cyber crimes and terrorism is launched in all Universities and Colleges in Nigeria and will take part in Abuja in April, 2010.

February 21, 2010 Criminal hacker 'Iceman' gets 13 years

February 20, 2010 Chinese students are involved in Google Cyberattack

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