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Monthly Archives: November 2010

“The agency’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) said that creative criminals will be using scams called ‘smishing’ or ‘vishing’ to steal people’s personal information, such as bank account numbers, personal identification number (PIN) codes, or credit ca...

“The company recently launched a program to formalize relationships with systems integrators and sell its products — chief among them, the iPad tablet computer and the iPhone — on an enterprise level in the government and commercial markets.” (Source: Apple launches federal integrato...

“A German hacker claims to have used cloud computing to crack passwords stored in an algorithm that was developed by the NSA. Hacker Thomas Roth announced on Tuesday that he has used one of Amazon Web Service’s Cluster GPU Instances to crack the passwords encrypted in a Secure Hashing Al...

“IronKey Enterprise has won a Homeland Security Award for Best Data Security/Loss Management Solution from Government Security News (GSN). IronKey was presented with the award on November 8th in Washington, DC. IronKey Enterprise protects mobile data for government employees by combining the w...

“In May 2009, the Obama administration started putting raw government data on the Web. It started with 47 data sets. Today, there are more than 270,000 government data sets, spanning every imaginable category from public health to foreign aid. This was all done in the name of openness, transpa...