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Security software has to develop and improve quickly in order to stay ahead of those who want to break the law. Our security software news email will keep you informed of all of the latest developments. Security has always been an issue that has been on the agenda of IT managers, programmers and individual computer users. Breaches of security range from the benign through to the sinister and malicious events that result in theft, fraud and destruction of data. Some of the most common types of security software used to protect against these threats include antivirus software, firewall software, and software used to remove spyware and other types of malicious code. Makers of security software are also dealing with new technologies. This means working out ways to protect things like mobile devices, the Internet of Things, and products and services in the virtual reality and augmented reality fields. Whatever your interest is in security software news, our tailored email will deliver the information that you need. You get it once a day; delivered straight to your inbox, as a simple and easy to use digest.

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Through security and intelligence cuts, the Tories failed to protect us | Diane Abbott
The Guardian • Diane Abbott
How to protect yourself against ransomware
Daily Dot • Ben Dickson
How to make sure your sensitive business data is safe
SAP Blogs • Martha Jenkins
Why hunting bugs online is a lucrative job, except in India
The Economic Times of India • Kim Arora
Labour Vows More U.K. Police, Intelligence Staff to Reverse Cuts
Bloomberg • Svenja O'Donnell
Chipotle’s data breach: How to tell if you may have been a victim
MarketWatch • Barbara Kollmeyer
Blockchain Offers Hope for the Broken Internet
Fortune Magazine • Jeff John Roberts
Data Sheet—Saturday, May 27, 2017
Fortune Magazine • Robert Hackett
Burhan Wani successor killed in Kashmir gunfight
The Economic Times of India • Pti
Why you must install an anti-virus and not trust e-wallets with safety
The Economic Times of India • Ravi Balakrishnan
 
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Through security and intelligence cuts, the Tories failed to protect us | Diane Abbott
The GuardianDiane Abbott
Cuts have consequences. In the wake of the terrible events in Manchester and the dreadful loss of life last week, there is a temptation to point the finger at the security services and say: if this potential terrorist was known to the...
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Antivirus Software, Cybercrime
How to protect yourself against ransomware
Daily DotBen Dickson
The recent spread of the WannaCry malware offered a grim reminder of the mounting threat of ransomware attacks. Over the past years, ransomware attacks have turned into a lucrative business, raking in millions of dollars for cybercriminals. The degree of efficiency, success...
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Cybercrime, Security Software & Services
How to make sure your sensitive business data is safe
SAP BlogsMartha Jenkins
As we move business more and more to an online presence, there are plenty of concerns about how sensitive data is stored and how it is protected. A leak could be very costly for you, as well as potentially endangering your clients....
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Facebook Inc, Security Software & Services
Why hunting bugs online is a lucrative job, except in India
The Economic Times of IndiaKim Arora
They try to break into computer systems and secure networks, and make thousands of dollars out of it. None of this involves holding data to ransom, or misusing credit cards. Rather, large tech, banking, and finance companies serve them up with rewards...
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Security Software & Services
Labour Vows More U.K. Police, Intelligence Staff to Reverse Cuts
BloombergSvenja O'Donnell
Corbyn pledges 17,000 police, fire, prison, border officers Policing issues highlighted after Manchester terrorist attack U.K. opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn promised his party will boost police, intelligence and security staff after criticizing Theresa May’s government for cutting police budgets as the...
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Credit Cards, Credit Services
Chipotle’s data breach: How to tell if you may have been a victim
MarketWatchBarbara Kollmeyer
Getty Images Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. CMG, -0.26% said it has completed an investigation into a security breach at some of its restaurants in the spring, and offered details on which locations were affected and when. The chain reported a payment-card security...
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Security Software & Services
Blockchain Offers Hope for the Broken Internet
Fortune MagazineJeff John Roberts
A version of this post originally appeared in the Cyber Saturday edition of Data Sheet, Fortune’s daily tech newsletter. If we were to design the Internet all over again, it's a good bet we wouldn't build what we have today: A giant...
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Security Software & Services, Social Media Industry
Data Sheet—Saturday, May 27, 2017
Fortune MagazineRobert Hackett
If we were to design the Internet all over again, it's a good bet we wouldn't build what we have today: A giant advertising oligopoly where consumers trade privacy for free services, and which is so insecure that hackers and criminals run...
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Security Software & Services
Burhan Wani successor killed in Kashmir gunfight
The Economic Times of IndiaPti
SRINAGAR: Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmad Bhat, who succeeded Burhan Wani, was today killed along with another militant in an encounter with security forces in Tral area of Kashmir's Pulwama district. Soon after the killings, stone-pelting protests have started at several places...
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Antivirus Software, Security Software & Services
Why you must install an anti-virus and not trust e-wallets with safety
The Economic Times of IndiaRavi Balakrishnan
DELHI & MUMBAI: Sonam Chauhan follows a strict thumb rule when it comes to mobile wallets: never park more money. The reason: Last August, her account was hacked and Rs 9,000 'vanished' in a few seconds. Despite her repeated attempts to get...
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