Microsoft puts bounty on Office 365 bugs 
Will pay researchers that find bugs in Office 365 cloud services.
 
Apple implements two-factor authentication 
Follows theft of celebrity nude photos.
 
BigAir stacks leadership team with ex-Optus, DiData talent 
 
Security is "on steroids", says Westcon CEO 
Distie's global boss lays out future direction.
 
DC relaunches SAN Systems and cloud marketplace 
Distie will bundle SaaS vendors it doesn't represent.
 
10 things we learned this week  
Envelopes stuffed with $10k and going back to school.
 
How Thomas Duryea lures customers to its cloud 
Also reveals data centre expansion.
 
Distribution Central chairman's asset renewal tool wins 
 
USB attack almost a "magic trick" 
Malicious code on USB control chips poses threat.
 
Anittel still in the red but stockpiling cash 
 
Govt contract torn up over data sovereignty 
Defence ends agreement with supplier.
 
Distribution Central makes cloud backup push  
DC's SAN Systems bringing Seagate's EVault to ANZ.
 
Gmail iOS app vulnerable to attack 
Emails and user credentials can be stolen, warn security researchers.
 
"Dumb" smart devices threaten security 
IoT devices that cannot be secured a big security challenge, says McAfee.
 
Samsung's Galaxy S5 gets nod from Canberra 
 
Five Aussie infosec experts speak out 
Hear from Content Security, Loop Technology, Avante, SecureWare and Insentra.
 
Dating site stored passwords as plain text 
Cupid Media breached Privacy Act, says Commissioner.
 
Licensing for IT security professionals? 
NSW Police Minister mulls same registration as physical security operators.
 
Anonymous hacker free after helping disrupt 300 attacks 
 
Horror Stories: Top 5 BYOD Threats 
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Issue: 331 | September 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.