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  • Google reports on "right to be forgotten" requests

    10.10.2014

    Nearly a month after the release of the latest Google Transparency Report, which showed that government demands for user information have risen 150% over the last five years, a new section has been added that shows how many European privacy requests for search removals have been received by the company.

  • Google triples Chrome bug bounties

    01.10.2014

    Google has announced another change in its Chrome bug bounty: the maximum reward per bug has been tripled, and now stands at $15,000.

  • Google will display Android devs' physical address

    19.09.2014

    Developers/publishers of paid Android apps and apps that feature in-app purchases will, by the start of next month, be required to add a physical contact address to their account profile.

  • Simply Secure aims to make security technology usable

    19.09.2014

    Just two days after they joined a collaboration that will focus on making open source "easier for everyone," Google and Dropbox have announced that they will be working together on another initiative: Simply Secure.

  • Internet giants band together to improve open source programs

    16.09.2014

    A group of companies that includes Facebook, Google, Dropbox, GitHub and Khan Academy has announced a new collaboration that will focus on making open source "easier for everyone".




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Targeted attack protection via network topology alteration

Posted on 17 October 2014.  |  This article from Trend Micro tackles how network topology can aid in defending the enterprise network from risks posed by targeted attacks.


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