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Microsoft Security Essentials fails to detect more than one third of malware

  If you’re running a version of Windows older than Windows 8.1 and you’re relying on Microsoft Security Essentials to protect your computer against malware, you might want to think about bolstering your protection. Tests by Dennis Technology Labs found that Microsoft’s security tool was only able to detect and protect against 61 percent of
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5 WAYS TO PROVIDE CHILDREN AND TEENS MORE ONLINE SAFETY

  According to a recent survey, 95 percent of teens today use the internet, and 70 percent of children from the ages of 7 to 18 admit to having accidentally seen pornography while searching the internet for homework. These startling statistics become terrifying for parents when added to the fact that predators today use the
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More US states could follow Colorado lead on marijuana

More US states could follow Colorado lead on marijuana: Marijuana enthusiasts are counting on more US states to follow Colorado in legalizing the drug, but opponents said Thursday the fight over pot is far from over. The Rocky Mountain state made drug history on New Year’s Day with the inauguration of retail sales of marijuana […]

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Volgograd train station bombing in Russia underscores need for more rail security, says IHS

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U.S. Citizens More Worried About ID Theft Than Privacy

Despite NSA scare, U.S. voters are five times more concerned about hacking than tracking, CCIA study says.   Despite recent controversy over surveillance by the NSA, U.S. voters are still much more worried about identity theft than online tracking of their activity, a new study says. According to a poll of 1,000 U.S. voters conducted by Benenson Strategy Group […]

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Cybersecurity Will Get More Complex in 2014

Cybersecurity threats will get more sophisticated in 2014.   Bad news for all businesses, big and small. Cybersecurity is going to get a lot more complicated in 2014. Global nonprofit IT association ISACAbelieves IT and cybersecurity professionals should resolve now to gear up for accelerated change and complexity in 2014, especially in cybersecurity, data privacy and big data. “The […]

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ICE ‘removed’ more than 368,000 individuals in FY2013, more than 60% were criminal offenders

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  border_security U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced on December 19 the agency’s fiscal year (FY) 2013 year-end removal numbers showing that 98 percent of removals met one or more of the agency’s civil immigration enforcement priorities. Read More….

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Implant Sciences describes more than $600,000 in new global sales for its explosives trace detectors

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Coast Guard expects to hear from more oil spill removal organizations

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Baggage screening: The key to more efficient airports?

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