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Phishing emails are without a doubt one of the biggest security issues consumers and businesses face today. Cybercriminals no longer send out thousands of emails at random hoping to get a handful of hits, today they create highly targeted phishing emails which are tailored to suit their recipients. While these emails can take more time and effort on the hackers’ side, there is no doubting the fact that provide a much bigger return on investment (ROI).

Vigilance can report that Checkpoint Systems, Inc. has revealed its new RFID labels that are certified by ARC at the Auburn University RFID Lab for four apparel categories, including footwear, in order to streamline source tagging.

London, UK: The Tech Trailblazers Awards, the first annual awards program for enterprise information technology startups, today unveils the third edition category winners – identifying them as the ones to watch for the year ahead.

The startups have been put through their paces, with the initial judging round determined by the diverse panel of technology industry experts, then with the winners decided by the voting tech public and revisited by the judges armed with virtual dollars to invest. Winners in the Tech Trailblazers categories of Big Data, Cloud, Emerging Markets, FinTech, IoT, Mobile, Networking, Security, Storage, Sustainable IT and Virtualization, as well as the Firestarter category, can look forward to prizes designed to promote and expand their businesses in varying ways.

In response to the news that hackers claiming to be from the "Lizard Squad" have launched a cyber attack against the Malaysia Airlines website, I have the following comments from security experts at Tripwire and Proofpoint:

ASIS Foundation Opens Application for 10 Full-tuition University of Phoenix Scholarships Feb. 2

Following the news that Google refuses to patch the Jelly Bean WebView vulnerability Mark Kraynak, CPO at Imperva and Rob Miller, senior security consultant for MWR InfoSecurity explain why this means that huge workload has been shifted from Google to the device manufacturers:

Following the news that Minecraft has been hacked http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jan/20/minecraft-players-email-passwords-leak-online , Jonathan French, security analyst, AppRiver explains the impact of this on customers: