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Last week’s news stories (Jan 30 to Feb 3):
Security researchers break satellite phone encryption
German researchers have cracked 2 satellite phone encryption codes – huge implications.
EU publishes 10 Myths about ACTA
EU says ACTA ain’t bad, just misunderstood.
VeriSign repeatedly hacked in 2010
VeriSign was repeatedly hacked in 2010, and never even told its own senior management.
Science and Technology Committee publishes Malware and Cyber Crime report
Commons committee makes recommendations on how to tackle cybercrime.
New development in post-transaction banking fraud
Banking malware now seeks to divert telephone calls between banks and customers.
Counterclank is not malware, just aggressive adware
Contrary to Symantec’s initial claim, Android’s Counterclank (Apperhand) is not a trojan.
Major UK companies still not blocking porn namesakes
UK companies remain open to cybersquatting by YourBrandName.xxx
New Forrester Report: Big Data Risks
Forrester describes how to secure Big Data.
Resilience is the key to security says World Economic Forum
WEF suggest an holistic view of resilience to risk rather than an isolated view of prevention.
A call for a new standard in infosec training and awareness
We need a new standard to improve security awareness in users.
IE6 users: no longer caught between a rock and a hard place
A new product allows legacy IE6 applications to run in new versions of the browser.
75% of all new malware are trojans
PandaLabs 2011 report is full of facts, figures and information.
Spam and phishing are growing problems: DMARC has the answer
A new standard is being developed to help stop spam and phishing.
CSO Interchange: Cloud concerns are largely propaganda
Misunderstandings about the cloud make it seem a problem rather than an opportunity.
Up to five million Androids infected with Counterclank
Android’s largest ever infection reported by Symantec.
I’m not behind Kelihos botnet, claims Sabelnikov
Man named by Microsoft says I didn’t do it, guv.