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Cyber news stories - Page 2

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Malware
Check Point: Biggest cyber security threats to businesses
As we round out our 2013 business and IT plans, cyber criminals are resolving to implement increasingly sophisticated threats targeting specific computer systems and organisations big and small.
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Education
Is the end nigh for cyberbullies?
Facebook, Twitter, Ask.fm, Snapchat and other forms of digital media have all come under fire for the ease of which they can be used for cyberbullying.
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Malware
Adobe admits 38 million users hacked, not 3 million
Adobe reveals that 38 million users have been affected by a cyber security attack, after previously claiming only three million were impacted.
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Apple
Social media talkers = victims of cyber stalkers
"Hey, how's it going? My cousin went to Epsom Girls' Grammar School also, she knows your sister Jayne."
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Apple
Attack, Attack, Attack Attack the Mac
New Zealand Defence Force wants a $600m cyber army - but is robots and drones the way to go? Will it be Tardis machines next?
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Apple
New Zealand loves mobile, forgets cyber crime
New Zealanders are becoming increasingly dependent on mobile devices, with a third of Kiwis admitting they could never give up their mobile.
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Apple
Cyber-security concerns growing in NZ
As new technologies enter the market, owning a smartphone, tablet or laptop can raise tricky issues about privacy and cyber-security.
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Government
Govt debates online bullying agency
Justice Minister Judith Collins believes New Zealand should move with the tech times in response to bullying online.
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Amy Adams
Minister Hungary for change at Budapest cyber conference
Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams heads to the three-day conference aimed at building a resilient global digital environment.