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Tony is principal analyst with the Bradley Strategy Group, providing analysis and insight on tech trends. He is a prolific writer on a range of technology topics, has authored a number of books, and is a frequent speaker at industry events.

The game isn’t over yet for Gameover malware

Researchers at Sophos have discovered new variants of Gameover malware—a botnet operation that was shut down by law enforcement just over a month ago.

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Internet Explorer is still the star of Patch Tuesday

Microsoft has fixed 83 flaws in its browser in the last two months.

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Microsoft plans six security bulletins for July Patch Tuesday

According to the advance notification from Microsoft, there will be six security bulletins next week, but only two rated as Critical.

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CosmicDuke will steal your login data and own your network

New white paper from F-Secure details CosmicDuke—a malware threat combining elements of two notorious malware variants.

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OneDrive or Drive for Work: Choosing the best cloud storage option

Both Microsoft and Google have recently beefed up their storage options. Here's how to decide which on is right for you.

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Study: 7 in 10 concerned about security of Internet-of-Things

The majority of those surveyed believe the connected home is imminent and they're worried about what it means for their data.

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Box brings Box Notes to its iOS apps

Updated iPhone and iPad apps let box users capture ideas and collaborate in real time from anywhere.

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Study: Concern over mobile device theft on the rise

A new survey indicates that more than a quarter of U.S. consumers are more afraid of being mugged for their mobile device than they were a year ago.

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Study: The traditional office will soon be extinct

A new study from Aruba Networks highlights some of the trends and challenges IT professionals face as they try to keep up with the pace of mobility.

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Defend yourself against World Cup scams

As the world turns its attention to the soccer tournament in Brazil, attackers will ramp up efforts to exploit interest in the global sporting event. Beware of these four likely tactics.

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Vigilance is the only cure for comment spam

A new report from Imperva reveals a small but persistent minority is responsible for most comment spam.

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Microsoft pushes out massive security update for Internet Explorer

There are seven new security bulletins this month, but the Internet Explorer update is the most crucial.

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What data breaches teach us about the future of malware: Your own data could dupe you

Targeted social engineering schemes are on the rise and your security suite can't protect you.

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Hey, Apple! Don’t forget about the Windows users

Apple unveiled a number of features that will integrate iOS 8 with Mac OS X Yosemite but what about iPhone and iPad owners who use Windows?

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KnowBe4 backs its training with a crypto-ransom guarantee

KnowBe4 is so confident in its security awareness training it is offering to pay ransomware demands if a user falls victim to a crypto-ransom attack.