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Archives: January 2013

IT Security Predictions in 2013 by Kaspersky’s Kevin Krempulec

Kevin Priddle frequently writes articles for the “IT in Canada” website.  Kevin is a respected leader in the Canadian IT landscape. This week when we stumbled upon Kevin’s interview with Kaspersky Lab’s VP Canadian Sales, Kevin Krempulec, we paid attention to what they see happening with Information Technology in 2013. Priddle reports that IT security…

US Homeland Security Issues IT Security Warning

US Homeland Security is issuing another IT security warning for business and home computer users on January 29, 2013 urging computer users to disable a common networking technology feature. Researchers have warned Homeland Security that hackers have the potential to exploit flaws in tens of millions of devices. The US Government’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team…

Software Developer Outsources Work To China – Major IT Security Breach

Did you hear about this? A software developer thought that he would outsource his own job to China allowing him time to surf the web and shop online. While workers in China were taking on his duties for about one fifth of his six figure salary, this George Costanza-type worker goofed off throughout the day….

Canadians Spend 45 Hours Per Month Online

An interesting fact found on one of our favourite Canadian tech websites, techvibes.ca, about how many hours the average Canadian logs online each month. According to Canadian technology writer, Knowlton Thomas, Canadians rank first in the world, logging 45 hours online each month while paying some of the highest fees for broadband speed and access…

Lack of proper IT security expels Montreal student

A Montreal computer science student was expelled recently for finding IT security holes in the school’s student portal, exposing the confidential records of over 250,000 students attending Dawson College. Hamed Al-Khabaz was working on creating a mobile application for students to have easier access to their school accounts. As he worked on his mobile application…

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