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90pc firms faced virus attacks, says survey

More than 90 per cent of companies have experienced at least one IT security event from an external source in the last 12 months, according to a survey by Kaspersky Lab, a leading antivirus company. The ‘Global IT Security Risks’ survey wa


IAEA ‘has limited knowledge of Stuxnet’

The UN nuclear watchdog has only limited knowledge of the Stuxnet computer worm, the agency chief was quoted as saying, after reports that the cyber attack had slowed Iran's nuclear programme. '(The) IAEA's knowledge on this St


Cyber attack 'aimed at Iran'

A computer virus that attacks a widely used industrial system appears aimed mostly at Iran and its sophistication suggests a state may have been involved in creating it, Western cyber security companies said. Kevin Hogan, Senior Director o


Cybercrimes across GCC ‘double in 1 year’

The number of active computers across the GCC falling prey to cybercrimes, including viruses, online credit card fraud and identity theft, has seen a rise of 116 per cent in less than a year, said a report. Figures also showed that in the


Experts sound alert over computer virus

Computer users have been advised to remain alert over a virus that has infected over 15 million computers and has been designed to get activated today (April 1). Experts have so far been unable to determine what damage the v

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