Posts Tagged ‘Germany’

Malware Growth Plan Thwarted

Twenty people ended up arrested for being part of a plan to move a criminal operation into a larger part
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Breach Costs on Rise

It costs businesses $4 million when they suffer a breach, a new report found. Of the 50 percent who reported
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SharePoint for Vital Data, But is it Safe?

More organizations are storing important company information on SharePoint these days and the burning question remains: Is that data safe?
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Mobile Apps Tracking Users’ Moves

There are more mobile applications than you think listening for ultrasonic beacons, and that has huge privacy implications. That could
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Contractor Error Cause of BASF Plant Blast

The Oct. 17 explosion that left three people dead and 25 others injured at the BASF Ludwigshafen plant in Germany
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Meat Casing Maker Facing Safety Fine

Meat-casing manufacturer, Viscofan USA Inc., is facing $86,225 in fines for one repeated and one serious safety violation at is
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How to Unlock Millions of Autos

There is a way to unlock millions of cars from multiple auto makers around the world. “While most automotive immobilizer
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Android Ransomware Attacks Quadruple

Mobile ransomware attacks targeting Android users have quadrupled compared to the same period last year, researchers said. Android ransomware has
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Rockwell, Cisco in DPI Pact

Rockwell Automation and Cisco inked a partnership pact at the Hanover Fair in Hanover, Germany today to develop deep packet
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Police Raids Net Cyber Suspects

Police launched raids against 170 suspected cyber criminals across Germany, the Netherlands, France and Canada, German authorities said. The coordinated
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