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Content tagged with Cybersecurity posted in August 2010
Skeletal Scans Explored For Crime Fighting
News  |  8/26/2010  | 
Add biometrics of people's bone structures to the list of methods considered for identifying terrorists, criminals, or trusted individuals.
Federal CIOs Issue Cloud Computing Privacy Framework
News  |  8/25/2010  | 
Poorly planned and executed cloud computing contracts could result in security disaster, warns CIO Council.
SMS-Based Trojan Targeting Android Smartphones
Commentary  |  8/10/2010  | 
Evil-doers have finally taken it upon themselves to go after Android devices. A new Trojan hijacks Android handsets' SMS application to send texts to premium messaging services, running up the bill.
McAfee Says Security Industry Failing On Cybercrime
News  |  8/10/2010  | 
Report outlines proactive, offense-based strategy needed to battle increasingly sophisticated threats.
Security Specialists Support Cyberwarfare
News  |  8/3/2010  | 
Two-thirds of information security aficionados back government-promulgated online spying, hacking, or surreptitious malware installs, finds Sophos.


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