Vol 24 01-Feb-11
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Qadit sponsorsed conference on ‘Internal Audit: Future, Risks & Compliance’
IA 2011 at Mumbai on 3rd & 4th February
We are proud to be associated as a sponsor of the prestigious Marcus Evans Conference on "Internal Audit: Future, Risks and Compliance" scheduled to be held on 3rd and 4th of February 2011 at Mumbai.

Marcus Evans ‘Internal Audit: Future, Risks & Compliance’ conference will demonstrate concurrent issues that are being faced by internal auditors and allow benchmarking of other industry practices to enable new ideas and frameworks to be implemented. Read more about the details of the conference here.

Threat of Mobile Apps

Employees are bringing smartphones into the office in greater numbers and they expect them to connect to the company network, but experts say IT security professionals are hard pressed to ensure the devices don’t pose an additional data leakage risk. Read More.

Social Hacking

Think giving out basic personal information on Facebook is harmless? You might need to rethink, as a reformed burglar has given details on how a criminal can use your user account as a tool for committing a crime.Read More.

In Other News & Views:

32-bit versus 64-bit computing
Is your PC 32-bit or 64-bit? Does it matter? Read more.

SQL Injection Strikes Again - WAF is here
It has been over a decade since SQL Injection Vulnerability was discovered, but it still continues to rule the charts. Recently the Web server that housed payment card data for a New York tourism company’s was breached using SQL Injection. Read More.

Tech Terminology Demystified - Pharming
Pharming is yet another way hackers attempt to manipulate users on the Internet. While phishing attempts to capture personal information by getting users to visit a fake website, pharming redirects users to false websites without them even knowing it. Read More.

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