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Imperva warns businesses to secure web apps against hacktivists

Filed under: IT Security — Stephanie on March 10, 2012

According to Imperva, an IT security company, businesses need to focus on securing their own web applications to stand a chance against hacktivist cyber attacks using anti-DDoS processes. (more…)

Job market shows significant signs of improvement

Filed under: IT Security — Jonathan on March 8, 2012

A report from Adecco recently highlighted that the job market is recovering following a rise in the amount of companies advertising new job roles. In the latter half of last year the amount of vacancies had dropped, which suggested that growth in the job market would be a gradual process into 2012. However, January figures have been much more optimistic than experts forecast. (more…)

Continuing opposition voiced against the proposed data protection rules

Filed under: Information Risk and Security — Mark on March 6, 2012

New data protection rules proposed by the European Commission have continued to receive a negative response by the information security industry. (more…)

DDoS style attacks are on the increase according to new study

Filed under: Cyber Security — Stephanie on March 4, 2012

A recent study has concluded that distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks are becoming more frequent, often initiated by hacktivists who attack companies to publicise their ideals, or simply driven by the need to create chaos. (more…)

Report highlights lack of patch management policies in firms

Filed under: Cyber Security — Jonathan on March 2, 2012

M86 Security, a security vendor has recently published a report which outlines that many companies are still omitting to install vital security software and are therefore leaving themselves vulnerable to cyber-attacks. (more…)

People still willing to risk a job change in some sectors

Filed under: Recruitment General — Mark on March 1, 2012

A recent report on FT.com has revealed that despite the challenging economic climate there are still people willing to make a job move. Although a high percentage prefers to sit tight, there are still a significant number who are willing to change jobs to further their career. (more…)

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