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# cybersecurity - Wednesday 15 January, 2020

Three years after opening its Irish R&D lab, Kaspersky closed its office in Dublin

The cybersecurity giant had a three-year plan to hire 50 people but opted to close the office last summer.

# cybersecurity - Thursday 12 December, 2019

'Dominating the space': Irish cybersecurity startup Tines has raised a further $11m to go global

The company is one of the domestic breakouts from a burgeoning cybersecurity scene.

# cybersecurity - Thursday 10 October, 2019

Talent, funding and evolving threats: Inside Ireland's ever-changing cybersecurity scene

Fora catches up with various players in the ecosystem to survey the lay of the land.

# cybersecurity - Wednesday 2 January, 2019

Vietnam criticised for new law cracking down on anti-State content online

Tech giants such as Facebook and Google will also have to hand over user data if asked by the government.

# cybersecurity - Tuesday 16 October, 2018

We're exposed to potential threats via email every day - here's how to spot malicious messages

The most sinister of cyber-attacks are often simply delivered, writes Richard Lambe.

# cybersecurity - Thursday 4 January, 2018

Spectre and Meltdown: What you need to do to keep your computer safe

Patches have been issued to help protect against the flaws.

# cybersecurity - Wednesday 14 December, 2016

One billion Yahoo users could have had their data stolen

This is separate from its previously disclosed breach affecting 500 million.

# cybersecurity - Saturday 3 December, 2016

Hackers to start hijacking drones used for deliveries and policing

Security experts warn this is the next step for cybercriminals.

# cybersecurity - Monday 7 November, 2016

Fears of intensified censorship as China passes controversial cybersecurity bill

The law bans anything that damages national honour or disturbs economic or social order.

# cybersecurity - Wednesday 22 October, 2014

Apple posts new security warning for iCloud users

There are numerous reports of attacks on iClouds users in China.

# cybersecurity - Friday 9 August, 2013

Companies lose 2.7 per cent of their yearly turnover due to cyber crime

Nearly one in five surveyed companies were victims of hacking in the last year, with the average incident costing up to €30,000 to clean up.

# cybersecurity - Saturday 13 April, 2013

The US and China to set up joint cybersecurity working group

The announcement was made today by US Secretary of State John Kerry.

# cybersecurity - Thursday 20 December, 2012

'Careless' employees more of an IT security risk than hackers - survey

A survey of nearly 300 IT professionals in Irish companies has identified their concerns about employees’ computer habits at work.

# cybersecurity - Thursday 4 October, 2012

Banks, governments and ISPs participate in 'cyber attack' experiment

1200 bodies are being hit by scheduled DDoS attacks as part of an EU-wide cybersecurity exercise.

# cybersecurity - Tuesday 20 March, 2012

PSNI warns of 'computer locking' PC virus scam

A virus has been locking computers, displaying a police logo and demanding payment of a fine to have it unlocked again.

# cybersecurity - Wednesday 7 March, 2012

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Unreleased songs may be among hacked Jackson catalogue

Michael Jackson’s entire back catalogue is thought to have been accessed during an attack on the PlayStation Network.

# cybersecurity - Monday 15 August, 2011

Anonymous hacks San Francisco subway site over mobile network closure

Authorities disabled the mobile phone coverage inside the city’s underground system to try and counter a series of protests.