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13 Antivirus Software Options for Your Business

When considering which program to get, real-time protection is the feature to look for. This means that you are protected all the time your computer is on.

Bamboozled: If reps from Microsoft or Windows call you, hang up. It's a scam.

Lewis Edge says he regularly receives calls from scammers who impersonate Microsoft employees who claim there's a problem with his computer. So you need to know that while the people behind Microsoft and Windows want to have satisfied customers, they aren't going to call you to report there's a problem with your computer.

Mass Surveillance is Driven by the Private Sector

Mike Whitney reports on the rapid metamorphosis of new Fed Chair Janet Yallin into a lackey for the bankers, bond traders and brokers.

Kaspersky eyes improved growth through sharper focus on corporate customers

Following 15-per-cent growth last year, software security firm Kaspersky Lab aims to expand by 20 per cent this year by increasing its focus on corporate customers. Jimmy Fong, channel sales director for Southeast Asia, yesterday said the Russia-based company's target was to have 60 per cent of its revenue generated by the corporate segment.

The Lesson of Hacking Team's Malware

Yet another report has surfaced describing how tools created by the malware-industrial complex are being deployed by U.S. security services. While the coverage surrounding this story focuses primarily on federal agencies it's important to step back for a moment and view the big picture.

Hacker attacks up 40 percent in 2014, Symantec says

Hacker attacks on large companies were up 40 percent in 2014 from the year before, Symantec said in a report released Wednesday. And when vulnerabilities in software were discovered, it took vendors 59 days to repair them, as opposed to four days in 2013, Symantec said in its 2014 Internet security threat report.