cybersecurity
McAfee Reshapes Industry With Breakthrough Security Technology
INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 13, 2011 – The threat landscape is rapidly changing to one of advanced persistent threats and stealth attacks. A new approach to security is needed to stay ahead of the cybercriminals, and today McAfee unveiled McAfee DeepSAFE. The new technology, which will help fundamentally change and reshape the security industry, was demonstrated by McAfee at Intel Developer Forum (IDF) during Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini’s keynote. Otellini outlined the opportunities and challenges that face the industry given the proliferation of smart devices. McAfee and Intel recognize that in order to ensure users have...
Norton launches 2012 products, extends “Norton Everwhere” initiative
AUSTRALIA, Sydney – September 8, 2011 – Furthering its Norton Everywhere initiative to protect consumers everywhere they go – across locations, platforms, devices and digital experiences, Norton by Symantec (Nasdaq: SYMC) today released Norton Internet Security and Norton AntiVirus 2012. The company is delivering on this initiative with mobile and cloud-based technology, including new features in the Norton 2012 products and new beta products and services which will be launched in the coming months with plans to support mobile and tablet devices for both Android and iOS platforms. Norton AntiVirus and Norton Internet Security 2012 are designed to improve on...
Don’t Be A Cybercrime Statistic.
Don’t be a cybercrime statistic. Keep yourself protected. Be smart. Stay safe. Our friends at Symantec (Norton) have provided the following tips for your online security. You don’t have to be a computer genius to protect yourself online. By following a few common sense tips, you can make the most out of your Internet experience, while protecting you and your family from online threats. Increase your awareness of online security and help deny cybercriminals access to your personal information. Australian Federal Police suggest you: · Install security software and update it regularly. · Turn on automatic updates so that all...
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Norton Calculates The Cost Of Global Cybercrime At $114 Billion Annually
AUSTRALIA, Sydney – September 8, 2011 – For the first time a Norton study calculates the cost of global cybercrime: $114 billion annually.[i] Based on the value victims surveyed placed on time lost due to their cybercrime experiences, an additional $274 billion was lost.[ii] In Australia it is estimated that more than 4.5 million people fell victim to cybercrime last year, suffering $1.8 billion in direct financial losses and an additional $2.8 billion in time spent resolving the crime. With 431 million adult victims globally in the past year and at an annual price of $388 billion globally based on...
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