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National Health Insurance (Senasa) to directly enroll those elderly...According to Perez, this measure will have a positive impact on the quality of life of those that receive these benefits.
Organized crime rings are using brains, not brawn, to target small businesses and steal critical data. Protect your business by putting these 11 security measures into place. Organized crime has always been known to be all about muscle but even the
Illustration by Eric Blattberg / VentureBeat April 14, 2014 7:45 AM The Canadian government thinks it's finally safe from the Heartbleed bug . Canada has brought all of its public websites back online after installing security patches rendering them
ET The turmoil caused by the "Heartbleed" encryption bug is shedding light on a little-known element of the White House's surveillance overhaul package: how the government handles software holes and vulnerabilities. The National Security Agency has
In revealing the vulnerabilities in commercial software, open source software is in the public interest, and should not be denied to the public unless there is a clear need for national security or the police, I emphasized in Saturday the
Disclosing vulnerabilities in commercial and open source software is in the national interest and shouldn't be withheld from the public unless there is a clear national security or law enforcement need, President Barack Obama's National Security
One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the reduction in operation time and cost due to the use of software testing services. The Global Software Testing Services market has also been witnessing an increase in the adoption of
Earlier this week, engineer Antti Karjalainen was simply doing his job when he stumbled upon one of the biggest security holes the Internet has ever seen the Heartbleed bug. Karjalainen works for security firm Codenomicon and is one of three
Passwords, credit cards and other sensitive data are at risk after security researchers discovered a problem with an encryption technology used to securely transmit email, e-commerce transactions, social networking posts and other Web traffic.
James McMurry stated, "There is likely to be a number of 0-day security flaws released soon after April 8th. These flaws will never be patched and business owners will need a way to reduce their exposure from this potential oncoming storm." Milton