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December, 2011
"ESET Nominated INF/Autorun as most Widely Spread Computer Virus in November 2011"
By Staff
SPAMFighter, Dec. 31, '11
"SOPA Would DESTROY Jobs and the Economy ... So Why are Unions Supporting It?"
By Staff
Infowars, Dec. 29, '11
"Softpedia Exclusive Interview: ESET Experts on Carrier IQ and the Election Incidents in Russia"
By Eduard Kovacs
Softpedia, Dec. 23, '11
"Over 40 Internet Companies Come Out Publicly Against SOPA (Including Us)"
By Alexis Tsotsis
Tech Crunch, Dec. 23, '11
"Antivirus Sales Expected to Climb in 2012"
By Marie Lingblom
ChannelNomics, Dec. 22, '11
"ESET Reports Massive Cyber-assaults on Russian Political Websites"
By Staff
SPAMFighter, Dec. 21, '11
" Enterprise Security Market To Hit Stride in 2012"
By Staff
Channel Partners, Dec. 20, '11
" SMBs will prove to be key battle ground for security industry: Canalys"
By Steve Evans
Computer Business Review, Dec. 20, '11
"Hackers Threaten Voting Systems Electroal Process"
By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Dec. 20, '11
"Antivirus Software Sales Expected to Show Strong Growth in 2012"
By Jeremy Kirk
PC World, Dec. 20, '11
"Enterprise Security Market to Exceed $22 Billion in 2012: Canalys"
By Nathan Eddy
Channel Insider, Dec. 20, '11
"ESET, the award winning infosec firm UK still waking up to"
By Warwick Ashford
ComputerWeekly.com, Dec. 15, '11
"AV-Comparatives Rates Antivirus Performance"
By Neil Rubenking
PC Magazine, Dec. 14, '11
"Symantec discovers another 11 malicious Android apps"
By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Dec. 14, '11
"Websites Diverting End-users onto 'Blackhole' Increasing Within Russia: ESET"
By Staff
SPAMFighter, Dec. 13, '11
"Botnets Attempt to Silence Russian Political Forums"
By Eduard Kovaks
Softpedia, Dec. 13, '11
"The Biter Bit -- the entertainment industry exposed as pirates"
By Kevin Townsend
Kevin Townsend, Dec. 13, '11
"Should infected computers be prevented from connecting to the internet?"
By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Dec. 7, '11
"Researchers find spike in malware targeting online payment"
By Stuart Sumner
Computing, Dec. 6, '11
"Carrier IQ spyware controversy highlights mobile app access missteps"
By Rob Westervelt
SearchSecurity.com, Dec. 6, '11
"Researchers find spike in malware targetting online payment"
By Staff
Worldnewz.org, Dec. 6, '11
"In-demand black hat roles in thriving cybercrime world"
By Ellyne Phneah
ZDNet Asia, Dec. 6, '11
"Combination of Blackhole and Carberp growing in Russia"
By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Dec. 5, '11
"Product testing and accountability"
By David Harley
SC Magazine, Dec. 1, '11
"Mobile "Big Brother" Carrier IQ Busted"
By Iris Cheerin
eWeek Europe, Dec. 1, '11
"Socialisation, social engineering, and securing the enterprise"
By David Harley
Computer Weekly, Dec. 1, '11
"News briefs: Hacktivist group Anonymous, Duqu, malware reports and more"
By Staff
SC Magazine, Dec. 1, '11
November, 2011
"Hacking Team's RCS: hype or horror; fear or FUD?" By Kevin Townsend
KevinTownsend.com, Nov. 28, '11
"Spooks take the wheel in UK's £650m cyber-war operations" By John Leyden
The Register, Nov. 28, '11
"The government's Cyber Security Strategy: friend or foe?" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine, Nov. 28, '11
"Attackers Gearing Up for Cyber Monday With Scams Deals" By Fahmida Rashid
eWEEK, Nov. 27, '11
"How to Stay Safe on Cyber Monday: Don't Freak Out" By David Murphy
PC Magazine, Nov. 27, '11
"UK government publishes four-year cybersecurity strategy plan" By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Nov. 25, '11
"5 tech tips for safe travels" By Ellyne Phneah
ZDNet Asia, Nov. 25, '11
"What to Bring When Buying Online" By Consumer Bob
NBC San Diego, Nov. 24, '11
"Cyber Monday to bring increase in online threats" By Angela Moscaritolo
SC Magazine, Nov. 23, '11
"Pentagon Confirms Military Action Is an Acceptable Response to Cyber-Attacks" By Fahmida Rashid
eWEEK, Nov. 22, '11
"Security Experts Find House Anti-Piracy Bill's DNS Filtering Provisions Lacking" By Staff
CIO Insight, Nov. 18, '11
"Enterprise antivirus: Best practices for smooth deployments" By Dominic Vogel
TechRepublic, Nov. 16, '11
"Congress takes up controversial anti-piracy SOPA legislation" By Bob Sullivan
MSNBC, Nov. 16, '11
"New flap over SOPA copyright bill: Anti-Web security?" By Declan McCullagh
CNET, Nov. 16, '11
"Hackers, ACLU, Consumer Rights Groups, Human Rights Groups, Many More All Come Out Against SOPA" By Mike Masnick
Techdirt, Nov. 15, '11
"Apple Shoots the Messenger" By Tony Bradley
PCWorld, Nov. 9, '11
"Best Anti-Malware Gateway & Best Anti-Malware Management" By Staff
SC Magazine, Nov. 8, '11
"Should I Change My Password? Yes!" By Fahmida Rashid
eWEEK Security Watch, Nov. 7, '11
"Kelihos, Waledac and Storm malware believed to have same author" By Zeljka Zorz
Help Net Security, Nov. 3, '11
"Intel Outs DX79SI Extreme Series Motherboard Details" By Douglas Perry
Tom's Hardware, Nov. 2, '11
"Need an instant Wi-Fi hotspot? Here's how" By Tim Schiesser
Neowin.net, Nov. 2, '11
"Two new Mac malware concerns: Tsunami and DevilRobber" By Victoria Agreda Jr.
The Unofficial Mac Weblog, Nov. 1, '11
October, 2011
"New Tsunami Trojan Variant Discovered" By Ben Camm-Jones
PCWorld, Oct. 28, '11
"Tsunami' trojan malware bot ported to OS X" By Topher Kessler
CNET, Oct. 28, '11
"Tsunami backdoor trojan ported from Linux to take control of Macs too" By Jacqui Cheng
Ars Technica, Oct. 27, '11
"Tsunami backdoor trojan ported from Linux to take control of Macs too" By Jacqui Cheng
Ars Technica, Oct. 27, '11
"Cybersecurity Symposium warns of growing threat of hackers" By A.T. NELSON
San Diego Daily Transcript, Oct. 27, '11
"Tsunami Trojan Hijacks Mac OS X to Launch DDoS Attacks, Remote Access" By Fahmida Rashid
eWEEK, Oct. 27, '11
"Hackers port trojan from Linux to work on Mac OS X" By Lee Kaelin
TechSpot, Oct. 27, '11
"New Mac OS X backdoor trojan "Tsunami" discovered" By Angela Moscaritolo
SC Magazine, Oct. 26, '11
"Reanimated Linux Trojan haunts Mac OS X" By Ed Oswald
BetaNews, Oct. 26, '11
"Hackers port trojan from Linux to OS X" By Michael Lee
ZDNet, Oct. 26, '11
"New Trojan horse uses your Mac to attack websites" By Lex Friedman
MacWorld, Oct. 26, '11
"Securing Our eCITY" By Staff
Telemundo T33, Oct. 25, '11
"Securing Our eCITY" By Gene Cubbison
NBC San Diego, Oct. 25, '11
"Digital Pros Fight Cyberspace Predators" By Gene Cubbison
NBC San Diego, Oct. 25, '11
"New backdoor attempts to exploit Macs for DDoS attacks" By Staff
MacNN, Oct. 25, '11
"TLD4 Botnet Now Even Harder To Kill" By Kelly Jackson Higgins
Dark Reading, Oct. 24, '11
"Researchers Warn of Overhaul to TDL4 Rootkit" By Staff
eSecurity Planet, Oct. 21, '11
"The Steps You Should Take to Secure Your Facebook Account" By David Strom
ReadWriteWeb, Oct. 21, '11
"World's stealthiest rootkit gets a makeover" By Dan Goodin
The Register, Oct. 21, '11
"World's Most Sophisticated Rootkit is Being Overhauled" By Lucian Constantin
PCWorld, Oct. 21, '11
" Why it's time to worry about mobile security" By Tom Brewster
IT PRO (UK), Oct. 21, '11
"ESET Smart Security 5 review" By Simon Williams
PC Advisor (UK), Oct. 17, '11
"Most users don't even notice if their accounts are hacked" By Steve Hodson
The Inquisitr, Oct. 14, '11
"Malicious Software Strikes One Irish PC-user out of every 4" By Staff
Spamfighter News, Oct. 12, '11
"ESET launches NOD32 Antivirus 5 and Smart Security 5" By Siang Liang
VR-Zone, Oct. 11, '11
"IT security is a necessary evil" By Staff
SecurityPark.net (UK), Oct. 7, '11
"Malware hits one in four computer users in Ireland" By Gordon Smith
SiliconRepublic.com (IR), Oct. 4, '11
"SweetLabs Raises $13M, Entropic Invests $10M, Young & Restless Prefer Other Cities to San Diego, and More San Diego BizTech News" By Bruce Bigelow
Xconomy.com, Oct. 3, '11
"Fake antivirus infection rates down as authorities interrupt cash flow" By Lee Matthews
Geek.com, Oct. 3, '11
"SL financial institutions face increase in cyber threats" By Staff
Sunday Times (UK), Oct. 2, '11
September, 2011
"Facebook-style feng shui phooey" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Sep. 30, '11
"Was the Lurid hack the next stage for targeted attacks?" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Sep. 30, '11
"Stolen digital certificates add to Web's trust woes" By Byron Acohido
USA Today (Blog), Sep. 29, '11
"Airport Bathrooms Ask You To Rate Your Experience On A Touch Screen" By Julie Zeveloff
BusinessInsider.com, Sep. 26, '11
"Losing medical data" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Sep. 26, '11
"Does 'targeted attack' sound more threatening than 'APT'?" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Sep. 26, '11
"The death of #DigiNotar" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Sep. 22, '11
"New, More Insidious, Variant of Induc Virus Discovered" By Mary Landesman
About.com, Sep. 21, '11
"Craigslist Apartment Scams Target Renters Seeking Deals" By Matt Liebowitz
Security News Daily, Sep. 19, '11
"ESET Mobile Security RC Still in Development, Offers Strong Features Nonetheless" By Liam Spradlin
AndroidPolice.com, Sep. 16, '11
"ESET Security 5 adds gamer mode, updates cloud protection" By Nick Peers
Beta News, Sep. 15, '11
"Protecting Your SMB: Selecting the Right Antivirus & Internet Security Solution" By ESET
SearchUnifiedCommunications, Sep. 15, '11
"Dead certs?" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Sep. 15, '11
"ESET NOD32 Antivirus: Incredibly efficient, amazingly simple" By Lizzy Nolan
FileCluster, Sep. 15, '11
"How mobile malware actually grew by 1400% in the last 12 months" By Davey Winder
DaniWeb.com, Sep. 14, '11
"Americans Want Uncle Sam's Help With Cybercrime Protection" By Kelly Jackson Higgins
Dark Reading, Sep. 13, '11
"They're Hiring!" By Gene Cubbison
NBC San Diego, Sep. 13, '11
"Long overdue ESET update lands on tough turf" By Seth Rosenblatt
CNET The Download Blog, Sep. 13, '11
"ESET NOD32 Antivirus 5" By Seth Rosenblatt
CNET Download.com, Sep. 13, '11
"'Hacktivism' or cyber crime?" By Staff
CTOForum, Sep. 12, '11
"Scams, Fake News, Security Threats Emerge Amid Flight 93, 9/11 Commemorations" By Jay Decenella
Inaudit.com, Sep. 10, '11
"Love for the O-line" By Christopher Smith
Chargers.com, Sep. 9, '11
"Scammers Exploit 9/11 Anniversary With Fake Tweets, Malicious Sites" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Sep. 9, '11
"Daily App Deals: Protect Your Windows Computer with ESET Nod32 Antivirus, Now 60% Off" By John Verive
Lifehacker, Sep. 9, '11
"Palo Alto Networks CTO: anti-virus technology can't stop targeted attacks" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Sep. 9, '11
"The CA system has come under fire after Comodo Hacker causes carnage, but what is the alternative?" By Tom Brewster
ITPro (UK), Sep. 9, '11
"Most Powerful Voices in Security: Who are the Top 25?" By Jim Kaskade
SYS-Con Media, Sep. 8, '11
"Would the United States win a cyberwar?" By Cameron Camp
SC Magazine, Sep. 7, '11
"Shadowserver's new anti-virus test suite -- how good is it?" By Kevin Townsend
KevinTownsend.com, Sep. 7, '11
"Inc. Magazine Recognizes SKLZ on 2011 Inc. 500|5000" By Jamie Ortiz
Carlsbad Patch, Sep. 6, '11
"Win32/Conficker Revamps: ESET" By Staff
SPAMFighter, Sep. 5, '11
"Cyber-Crooks Exploit Holiday Info Added to Facebook for Launching Scams" By Staff
SPAMFighter, Sep. 2, '11
"California Updates Data Breach Law to Require More Incident Details" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Sep. 1, '11
August, 2011
"Quarter of NHS data collection to go in red-tape slash plan" By John Leyden
The Register (UK), Aug. 31, '11
"Security, Trust Are Among Top Concerns for Growing Mobile Workforce" By Andrea Siedsma
Workforce.com, Aug. 26, '11
"Hurricane Irene Scams, Phishing Attacks on the Way, DHS Warns" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Aug. 26, '11
"Security experts have mixed feelings about Facebook's privacy revamp" By Emil Protalinski
ZDNet, Aug. 26, '11
"Calm down, Android malware makes up a tiny .00024% of the threat landscape" By Tim Conneally
BetaNews, Aug. 25, '11
"Special Report: Selling your stuff with video" By Staff
FOX16.com, Aug. 24, '11
"Whitelisting Vs Blacklisting" By Kevin Townsend
Kevin Townsend (Blog), Aug. 24, '11
"Ten years later, still the same malware?" By Cameron Camp
SC Magazine, Aug. 22, '11
"Conferencing in the Metaverse" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Aug. 19, '11
"A thousand days of Conficker" By Aryeh Goretsky
SC Magazine (UK), Aug. 19, '11
"Does it Matter if it's Black or White (Listing)?" By Kevin Townsend
Infosecurity Magazine (UK), Aug. 18, '11
"Google backs app developers against Lodsys lawsuits" By Alex Vorro
InsideCounsel, Aug. 16, '11
"Social media and political certainties" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Aug. 15, '11
"Fact, fiction and authoring malware" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Aug. 15, '11
"Anti-virus Software Disabled by Fake Codec Trojan" By Staff
SPAMFighter, Aug. 15, '11
"Win32-Delf.QCZ scares users of Facebook in Russian speaking countries" By Naveen Kar
Social Barrel, Aug. 14, '11
"AV-Comparatives Rates Security Suite Performance" By Neil Rubenking
PC Magazine, Aug. 12, '11
"ESET Mobile Security for Android adds new anti-spam, anti-theft features" By Staff
Mobiputing, Aug. 12, '11
"How Anonymous Could Attack Facebook - If It Really Wants To" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Aug. 10, '11
"Half-Pint Hackers and Rats in the Walls" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Aug. 9, '11
"Half-Pint Hackers and Rats in the Walls" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Aug. 9, '11
"Defcon for Kids Raising a New Generation of 'Hackers'" By Tony Bradley
PC World, Aug. 8, '11
"Invasion of the Body Hackers? Wireless Medical Devices Susceptible to Attacks" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Aug. 5, '11
"Fake codec trojan disables anti-virus software" By Staff
Virus Bulletin, Aug. 5, '11
"Now That We Know There's a Rat Among Us, What's Next?" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Aug. 4, '11
"Ex-CIA Official Warns Black Hat Attendees of Coming Cyber-War" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Aug. 4, '11
"Experts disagree on Android call recording 'Trojan'" By Tony Bradley
PCWorld, Aug. 3, '11
"HP research claims cyber criminals are costing companies an average of $5.9 million a year" By Tom Brewster
IT Pro, Aug. 3, '11
"UK companies must heed Sun hack warning, say security experts" By Warwick Ashford
Computer Weekly, Aug. 3, '11
"Expert Commentary On Sun Newspaper Hacking" By Staff
Pro Security Zone, Aug. 3, '11
"Sun Readers' Data Leaked Online" By David Jamieson
eWeek, Aug. 2, '11
"Rebels with a cause?" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Aug. 2, '11
"Phish quota exceeded In your mailbox" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Aug. 1, '11
July, 2011
"Researchers praise Facebook for paying bug bounties" By Gregg Keizer
Computerworld, Jul. 29, '11
"Sony Breaches a Reminder for Enterprises to Check Liability Insurance" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Jul. 29, '11
"Mac OS X Lion Password Vulnerability: Sleep Mode" By Mathew Schwartz
TechWeb, Jul. 29, '11
"Buyer's Guide: Antivirus Software" By David Chernicoff, Blair Greenwood
Windows IT Pro, Jul. 26, '11
"Cyber defence centres in Italy and Germany attacked, as US-CERT director resigns following attacks" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine, Jul. 26, '11
"Anonymous claims 8GB of Italian authority data" By Tom Brewster
IT Pro, Jul. 26, '11
"Women of the Channel 2011" By Jane O'Brien
CRN, Jul. 22, '11
"San Diego Chalks Up $198M in Venture Capital, But Where Have All the Software Deals Gone?" By Bruce Bigelow
Xconomy, Jul. 21, '11
"" By Tom Loftus
Wall Street Journal, Jul. 21, '11
"Murdoch's Sun Newspaper Hacked In The Name Of LulzSec" By Kelly Jackson Higgins
Dark Reading, Jul. 19, '11
"News Corp. Too Tempting a Target for LulzSec to Resist" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Jul. 19, '11
"Microsoft offers $250,000 reward for information on the identity of creators of Rustock botnet" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Jul. 18, '11
"Your Voice Mail: Hugely Hackable" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Jul. 15, '11
"No more '123456' passwords for Hotmail users" By Suzanne Choney
MSNBC, Jul. 15, '11
"EFF Claims Encrypted Password Is Protected Under 5th Amendment" By Fahmida Rashid
eWEEK, Jul. 13, '11
"Military Meltdown Monday - Not Just a Catchy Name" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Jul. 12, '11
"How Digital Detectives Deciphered Stuxnet, the Most Menacing Malware in History" By Kim Zetter
WIRED.com, Jul. 11, '11
"Staying ahead of hackers in the cyber security fight" By Mike Freeman
San Diego Union-Tribune, Jul. 7, '11
"iPad Surfers Rolling In" By Richard Adhikari
MacNewsWorld, Jul. 6, '11
"TDL4: Much ado about something" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Jul. 5, '11
"CyberWar is Hell" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Jul. 5, '11
"Researchers discover first 64-bit botnet malware - more to come?" By Steve Gold
Infosecurity Magazine, Jul. 4, '11
"Mobile Devices Are Accounting for More Web Browsing" By Mark Long
Newsfactor.com, Jul. 1, '11
"Toll fraud: SipPhreak" By Alexis Dorais-Joncas
Virus Bulletin, Jul. 1, '11
"New 'indestructible' botnet comprised of 4.5 million PCs" By Angela Moscaritolo
SC Magazine, Jul. 1, '11
"New Botnet: The Horror of the Many-Headed Hydra" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Jul. 1, '11
June, 2011
"Changing Passwords" By Consumer Bob
NBC 7/39 News, Jun. 22, '11
"Cyber Defenders" By Tom Jordan
KUSI San Diego, Jun. 13, '11
"Anonymous Arrests: How Do You Behead That Which Has No Head?" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Jun. 13, '11
"IMF confirms attack, as rumours of spear-phishing and nation-sponsorship begin" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Jun. 13, '11
"Codemasters confirms attack and data breach" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Jun. 13, '11
"IMF and the weakest link" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Jun. 13, '11
"Stuxnet: Paradigms lost and paradigms regained" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Jun. 13, '11
"ESET Mobile Security for Android Puts Antivirus, Antispam, Anti-Theft, and System Monitoring..." By Matthew Rogers
Lifehacker, Jun. 9, '11
"Beta this! Android security software from BitDefender and ESET" By Nick Peers
Beta News, Jun. 8, '11
"Why Does Sony Keep Getting Hacked?" By Amy Lee
Huffington Post, Jun. 8, '11
"Free Antivirus Programs Rise in Popularity, New Survey Shows" By John E. Dunn
PCWorld, Jun. 7, '11
"Good passwords are no joke" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Jun. 7, '11
"Mac malware morphs to 'MacShield'" By Suzanne Choney
MSNBC.com, Jun. 3, '11
"Whose Computer is it Anyway?" By Randy Abrams
(IN)SECURE Magazine, Jun. 1, '11
May, 2011
"On the 419 front" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 31, '11
"Statute of Liberty" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 31, '11
"Government planning cyber weapons factory?" By Tom Brewster
ITPRO.co.uk, May. 31, '11
"Mac Rogue AV, Mobile Security Lead Week's Security News" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, May. 29, '11
"MacDefender Malware a Sign of the Macpocalypse?" By Tony Bradley
PC World, May. 27, '11
"Mac fake anti-virus malware is evolving fast, doesn't need a password" By Asavin Wattanajantra
The Inquirer (UK), May. 26, '11
"'MacGuard' Malware Targets Hollywood's Favorite Computers" By Joshua L. Weinstein
TheWrap.com, May. 26, '11
"Facebook Privacy" By Consumer Bob
NBC 7/39 News, May. 25, '11
"Apple Finally Acknowledges MacDefender Scareware Infections, Promises Fix" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, May. 25, '11
"Apple Promises Software Update to Kill 'MacDefender' Malware" By Brian X. Chen
WIRED.com, May. 25, '11
"If I ran the zoo" By Randy Abrams
SC Magazine, May. 24, '11
"Fighting cybercrime" By Randy Abrams
SC Magazine, May. 23, '11
"Minding your own business" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 23, '11
"No Rapture, But Watch Out for Apocalypse Attacks" By Tony Bradley
PCWorld, May. 21, '11
"Google Deodorizes Sniffable Android Security Flaw" By Richard Adhikari
LinuxInsider, May. 20, '11
"Infrastructure Attacks: The Next Generation?" By David Harley
SlideShare, May. 20, '11
"Babushka* dollars" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 19, '11
"Sony's Spanking New PSN Security Marred by Password Exploit" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, May. 18, '11
"99% of Android Devices Harbor Authentication Flaw on Open WiFi Networks" By Fahmira Rashid
eWeek, May. 18, '11
"Security Zone: Antivirus Testing standards at a crossroads" By David Harley
TechCERT, May. 17, '11
"San Antonio joins national cyber-security initiative" By Staff
San Antonio Business Journal, May. 16, '11
"Free Security Software That Works" By Mike Hogan
Barron's, May. 14, '11
"On the Agenda: Get ready for a busy week" By Staff
San Diego Daily Transcript, May. 13, '11
"Yes Virginia, Windows Vista Is More Secure." By Tony Bradley
PCWorld, May. 13, '11
"Zeus Code Leaked" By Sue Marquette Poremba
ITBusinessEdge, May. 13, '11
"Magic Lantern: Shining a light on the AV numbers game?" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 12, '11
"Antivirus Faceoff: A Non-Alarmist's Guide to Mac Malware Protection" By Matthew Rogers
Gizmodo, May. 11, '11
"Platform, Partners Key to NetSuite's Future" By Chris Kanaracus
PCWorld, May. 11, '11
"Should You Pay for an Anti-Virus Program?" By Dixon Kavanaugh
Laguna Niguel Patch, May. 10, '11
"Zeus Source Code Leak Means Even More Banking Malware to Hit the Web" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, May. 10, '11
"Corrupt Governments, Terror Groups Rely on US Technology" By John Brandon
FOX News, May. 6, '11
"CIPAV: Spy(ware) versus Spy(ware)" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 5, '11
"'Bin Laden Death' Video Scam Spreading Via Facebook, Email" By Catharine Smith
Huffington Post, May. 4, '11
"Bin Laden death photos? Stay away" By Suzanne Choney
MSNBC.com, May. 4, '11
"Hackers use Osama to spread malware" By Jakspreet Virk
The Money Times, May. 3, '11
"Sony data breach may lead to \"spear phishing\" scams" By Mike Freeman
San Diego Union Tribune, May. 3, '11
"Scareware Gives Mac Users the Heebie-Jeebies" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, May. 2, '11
"You don't have to hack to be tried as a hacker" By Randy Abrams
SC Magazine, May. 2, '11
"Osama Bin Laden News Spurs Wave of Scams, Malware" By Joan Goodchild
CIO, May. 2, '11
"In the midst of Bin Laden death, there is malware" By David Harley
SC Magazine, May. 2, '11
"Changing Places: Jorge Mercado, Adrian Grottola, David Coral, Carmelo Ferrante..." By Carolina Ré
Portada Online, May. 2, '11
April, 2011
"ESET releases BETA version of security system for Androids" By Staff
San Diego Daily Transcript, Apr. 29, '11
"Smartphone users out of the loop on IT security" By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Apr. 26, '11
"419: it's a magic number..." By David Harley
SC Magazine, Apr. 23, '11
"AMTSO: Talk to me..." By David Harley
SC Magazine, Apr. 22, '11
"Cybercriminals Crash Royal Wedding With Scams" By Matt Liebowitz
SecurityNewsDaily, Apr. 21, '11
"How to Clean Up an Infected Computer" By Sue Marquette Poremba
SecurityNewsDaily, Apr. 13, '11
"AV-Comparatives unveils latest on-demand results" By Staff
Virus Bulletin, Apr. 12, '11
"Is the advanced persistent threat just another passing trend?" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine (UK), Apr. 11, '11
"How Not To Get Caught By A Cyber Hook" By Meghan Hook, Maureen Cavanaugh
KPBS (Radio), Apr. 8, '11
"ESET dissects the anatomy of a phishing attack" By Matthew DeCarlo
TechSpot, Apr. 6, '11
"Epsilon Fallout: What Happened to Not Sharing My Information?" By Tony Bradley
PC World, Apr. 6, '11
"RSA: APTitude adjustment" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Apr. 5, '11
"How One Man Scammed Conde Nast Out of $8 Million" By Staff
FOXNews.com, Apr. 5, '11
"Epsilon Data Breach a Training Opportunity on Recognizing Phishing" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Apr. 4, '11
"A Declaration of Cyber-War" By Michael Joseph Gross
Vanity Fair, Apr. 1, '11
March, 2011
"Tech wrap: Microsoft cries foul" By Randy Abrams
Reuters, Mar. 31, '11
"Comodo Hacker Exploited Insecure Passwords to Generate SSL Certs" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Mar. 28, '11
"Small Businesses at Risk for Cyber Attacks" By Padma Nagappan
KPBS, Mar. 25, '11
"AV company, heal thyself" By David Harley
SC Magazine, Mar. 24, '11
"Expedia's TripAdvisor Member Data Stolen in Possible SQL Injection Attack" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Mar. 24, '11
"Facebook, Twitter can't stop poisoned links" By Byron Acohido
USA Today, Mar. 23, '11
"RSA Break-In Leaves SecurID Users Sweating Bullets" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Mar. 18, '11
"Five tech sectors staring into the abyss" By Tom Brewster
IT Pro, Mar. 16, '11
"La Jolla High team captures Mayor's Cup cyber defense title" By Staff
La Jolla Light, Mar. 15, '11
"ESET Comments On Malicious Android App" By Staff
Pro Security Zone, Mar. 14, '11
"Massive Japanese Earthquake Rattles Tech Industry" By Mike Martin
E-Commerce Times, Mar. 11, '11
"Hackers Know It's All In the Timing" By Jabulani Leffall
Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine Online, Mar. 9, '11
"ESET Reports Malicious Programs Targeting Facebook Users" By Staff
SpamFighter News, Mar. 8, '11
"Britain's GPS Reliance Could Lead To 'Loss Of Life'" By Sophie Curtis
eWeek Europe, Mar. 8, '11
"Google Remote-Detonates Dirty Apps, Promises to Do Better" By Richard Adhikari
Linux Insider, Mar. 7, '11
"China Implicated In Hack Of French G20 Files" By Sophie Curtis
eWeek Europe, Mar. 7, '11
"Hackers use a Trojan to compromise more than 150 French Ministry of Finance computers" By Tom Brewster
IT Pro, Mar. 7, '11
"Facebook spam wave: Fraudsters find social media networks ripe for the plucking" By Jessica Furseth
ShinyShiny, Mar. 4, '11
"Google pulls 21 apps from its Android Marketplace after discovery of malware" By Dan Kaplan
SC Magazine, Mar. 3, '11
"\"Android is terrifying\" says ESET's David Harley" By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Mar. 1, '11
"Schumer asks Twitter, Yahoo, Amazon to adopt HTTPS" By Dan Kaplan
SC Magazine, Mar. 1, '11
February, 2011
"Rogue Facebook Apps Can Disable Security Settings" By Mathew J. Schwartz
Information Week, Feb. 24, '11
"Keyloggers found plugged into library computers" By Dan Raywood
SC Magazine, Feb. 24, '11
"Cybercrooks target vulnerable small businesses" By Herb Weisbaum
MSNBC.com, Feb. 23, '11
"Cyber security forum to be held at Del Norte High Thursday" By Nathan Scharn
San Diego Union Tribune, Feb. 23, '11
"San Diego mayor to speak at North County event" By Nathan Scharn
SignOn San Diego, Feb. 22, '11
"CARMEL VALLEY: Forum on cybercrime scheduled" By Staff
North County Times, Feb. 19, '11
"Unfunny Valentine: Facebook scams get 'romantic'" By Sue Marquette Poremba
MSNBC.com, Feb. 14, '11
"ESET Lists the Dominant E-Threats of 2010" By Staff
SpamFighter News, Feb. 11, '11
"Not-So-Funny Valentine: Facebook Scams Get 'Romantic'" By Sue Marquette Poremba
Security News Daily, Feb. 10, '11
"Anonymous Swarms on Security Firm That Poked the Hive" By Richard Adhikari
TechNewsWorld, Feb. 7, '11
"Experts renew call for greater Facebook security" By Tyler Thia
ZDNet Asia, Feb. 8, '11
"WiFi can be open door to Internet theft" By Staff
UPI.com, Feb. 5, '11
"Survey: 32% admit mooching neighbor's Wi-Fi" By Byron Acohido
USA Today, Feb. 4, '11
"Valentine's Day-themed spam already rampant" By Angela Moscaritolo
SC Magazine, Feb. 3, '11
"Keeping Hackers at Bay: 4 Ways to Protect Your Identity" By Jean Chatzky
American Express OPEN Forum, Feb. 1, '11
"Conficker and Zeus dominate ESET 2010 threats report" By Staff
Infosecurity, Feb. 1, '11
January, 2011
"Canadian researchers simulate botnet" By Danny Bradbury
SC Magazine, Jan. 31, '11
"ICSA Labs Certifies ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Use with Mac OS" By Nathesh
InfoTech, Jan. 27, '11
"Fresh Trojan Misuses TeamViewer the Remote Control Program; ESET" By Staff
SpamFighter News, Jan. 25, '11
"ESET NOD antivirus solution comes to Linux" By Jack Wallen
TechRepublic, Jan. 24, '11
"Anti-virus: A technology update" By Kevin Townsend
Infosecurity, Jan. 20, '11
"Case Study: Westwood One" By ESET North America
Business Solutions, Jan. 20, '11
"32 Ways to Secure Your Digital Life" By Staff
Gizmodo, Jan. 19, '11
"Hackers hijack TeamViewer application to gain remote access" By Staff
Infosecurity Magazine, Jan. 17, '11
"Banking Trojan incorporates legitimate remote control software" By Zeljka Zorz
Help Net Security, Jan. 17, '11
"All change at the top for ESET" By Staff
Virus Bulletin, Jan. 14, '11
"ESET and IronKey appoint new CEOs" By SC Staff
SC Magazine, Jan. 13, '11
"Security: 10 Phony Scareware Variants Scammers Use to Steal Your Money" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Jan. 13, '11
"Stuxnet-Like Trojans Can Exploit Critical Flaw in Chinese Industrial Software" By Fahmida Rashid
eWeek, Jan. 12, '11
"Executive Returns to Eset to Take CEO's Job" By Mike Allen
San Diego Business Journal, Jan. 12, '11
"Who's Keeping Tabs on Tablet Security?" By Richard Adhikari
LinuxInsider, Jan. 7, '11
"IT Security Trends Predictions" By Staff
SecurityPark.net, Jan. 7, '11
"Stuxnet-like cyber attacks will prove a top trend in 2011, say experts" By Richard Adhikari
ComputerWeekly.com, Jan. 7, '11
"Windows Startup Programs Manager Toplist" By Staff
GHacks.net, Jan. 6, '11
"Stuxnet-like cyber attacks will prove a top trend in 2011, say experts" By Warwick Ashford
ComputerWeekly.com, Jan. 4, '11
"We take a look ahead to what threats await us in 2011" By Tom Brewster
ITPro, Jan. 3, '11