Tuesday, 4 de August de 2015

Noticias y opinión en Seguridad informática


Bouncing Data Would Speed Up Data Centers

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Una de cada tres empresas españolas carece de planes de recuperación ante desastres

Un 46% de las empresas españolas prescinde de un plan de recuperación del espacio de oficina en caso de desastre. A pesar de estos datos, España es uno de los países más precavidos a nivel global.

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Report: Google Wallet may leave too much info unencrypted

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Forrester's Five Futuristic Computing Form Factors

Forrester Research analyst Sarah Rotman Epps puts aside the tablet talk to discuss five computing form factors she sees possibly gaining momentum in the future.

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Should We Fire the First Shot in a Cyberwar?

Defending against an attack is so hard that some think a stronger offense is required.

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Researcher: Hackers Could Alter Malware and Render Antivirus Software Useless

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Green Hills and SafeNet team for embedded security

Green Hills Software and SafeNet have teamed up to develop new secure hardware platforms for the embedded and mobile markets. The integrations include the support and integration of SafeNet portable smart card-based devices with Green Hills Software’s INTEGRITY Multivisor technology, and the use of SafeNet Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) with Green Hills’ managed security services offerings to provide secure communications, data protection, and authentication on embedded and mobile devices such as smartphones.

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New Interface Could Help Facebook Members Limit Security Leaks

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What's in a name? Homeland Security develops Domain Name System Security Systems Extensions

At the advent of the Internet thirty years ago, the brand new Domain Name System (DNS) (which translated website names like science.com into a network address like 1.2.3.4) was trusted by everyone. Today, hackers take advantage of our long-standing trust in DNS and work to trick the system by stealing information and redirecting data every day.

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Adobe confirms zero-day danger in Reader and Acrobat

(PhysOrg.com) -- Adobe on Tuesday issued a critical security advisory for Adobe Reader and Acrobat. A vulnerability was detected and confirmed in Adobe Reader X (10.1.1) and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh, Adobe Reader 9.4.6 and earlier 9.x versions for UNIX, and Adobe Acrobat X (10.1.1) and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh. Adobe said the flaw could cause a crash and allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.

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Data storage: Coupled duo

Systematic study of the switching behavior in differential dual spin valves reveals the role of interlayer couplings

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AOptix patrocinará mesa redonda sobre reconocimiento de iris para transporte aéreo

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Biometrics Institute anuncia el lanzamiento de estatutos de privacidad

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Biometrics Experts from Defense and Government Presenting at Biometrics for National Security and Defense Summit

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System Would Monitor Feds for Signs They're 'Breaking Bad'

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Multiscan Technologies y el Instituto Tecnológico de Informática, Premio Innovadores a la mejor colaboración público-privada

El diario El Mundo ha otorgado a Multiscan Technologies y al Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI) el Premio Innovadores a la mejor colaboración público-privada, por el desarrollo conjunto de una tecnología de visión artificial

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La Universidad de Granada es la primera de España en el área de Ciencias de la Computación, según el ranking de Taiwán 2011

La Universidad de Granada es la primera de España en el área de Ciencias de la Computación y se encuentra en el número 19 de las 300 mejores de todo el mundo, según se desprende de la última edición del conocido como Ranking de Taiwán (Clasificación del desempeño de las Publicaciones Científicas para las universidades del mundo), realizado por el Consejo de Evaluación de la Enseñanza Superior y Acreditación de Taiwán.

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Researchers Find Some Smartphone Models More Vulnerable to Attack

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GCHQ Challenges Codebreakers via Social Networks

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Four Arrested in Philippines for AT&T Cyberhacking

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