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Top tech firms cut employees' access to Huawei

Top tech firms cut employees' access to Huawei

Formal and informal chats at standards groups are off the agenda.
Paresh Dave and Chris Prentice Jun 11 2019, 5:07AM Strategy
Huawei sues U.S. Government over security law

Huawei sues U.S. Government over security law

Claims stateside sales ban is abuse of power.
Gina Narcisi Mar 8 2019, 5:58AM Finance
Microsoft claims Russian hackers targeted US Senate, think tanks

Microsoft claims Russian hackers targeted US Senate, think tanks

Software giant warns that Moscow is broadening attacks ahead of elections.
Brendan O'Brien and Christopher Bing Aug 22 2018, 7:01AM Software
Software suites are poised to take over

Software suites are poised to take over

[Comment] The days of US software vendor dominance may be numbered.
Sholto Macpherson Aug 1 2018, 4:40PM Comment
Trump slams EU over Google fine

Trump slams EU over Google fine

Refers to EU as a "foe" when it comes to trade.
a Staff Writer Jul 20 2018, 11:17AM Mobility
Telstra halts sales of ZTE phones

Telstra halts sales of ZTE phones

After US ban shuts down phone and broadband device manufacturer.
Michael Jenkin May 10 2018, 11:05AM Hardware
US to alleviate laptop ban with heightened security

US to alleviate laptop ban with heightened security

Including enhanced screening of airline passengers.
David Shepardson and Alana Wise Jun 29 2017, 11:05AM Finance
US govt blames Chinese hackers for "one of biggest breaches in history"

US govt blames Chinese hackers for "one of biggest breaches in history"

Millions of employee records compromised.
Lindsey O'Donnell Jun 8 2015, 4:11PM Security
US mulls infosec insurance for utilities

US mulls infosec insurance for utilities

Barriers to adoption exist.
Juha Saarinen Aug 12 2013, 8:17AM Security
Slap your mobile to turn it off: Microsoft

Slap your mobile to turn it off: Microsoft

For a quick save.
Staff Writers Sep 18 2012, 8:06AM Mobility
Little Brother: How RFIDs in everyday objects could make easy targets for hackers

Little Brother: How RFIDs in everyday objects could make easy targets for hackers

Security and privacy advocates argue that RFID tags could make it easier for hackers to target our private information, as RFIDs permeate every facet of everyday life
Daniel Long Jul 22 2009, 2:46PM Hardware

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