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Fresh threat to critical infrastructure found in Havex malware

OPC device scanner could leave SCADA systems vulnerable to attack, warns FireEye

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Cisco warns of critical security hole in SoHo routers

Could be exploited by hackers for remote code execution

IBM revenues slide but profits up as cloud, mobile and security grow

Job cuts help Big Blue turn a profit but caution remains in market

Apple fraudsters get jail time for £15,000 phishing scam

Attacks defrauded more than 150 Apple customers

NCA and BAE Systems team up for online child porn cyber operation

660 suspected paedophiles caught using mysterious next-generation tech

V3 launches its 2014 Technology Awards

Online entry is now open, for categories across mobility, cloud, security, software and infrastructure

Blackphone lays into BlackBerry in privacy row

Black mark for Canadian rival

Digital fraudster ‘tetereff' gets five years hard time

Hacker responsible for prolonged identity theft campaign receives sentencing

ICO hit by internal data breach but watchdog coy on details

Information commissioner Christopher Graham bemoans falling budgets

Botnets infecting 18 systems per second, warns FBI

Further international takedown operations need to make sure its game over for cyber criminals

PayPal, eBay and Bank of America scammer jailed for 45 months

Cyber criminal sentenced following FBI arrest over phishing campaign

Oracle releases 113 security fixes in product patch frenzy

Critical Patch Update include fixes for popular MySQL, Java SE and middleware products

Google recruiting 'Project Zero' crack squad to take on state spooks

Says it will secure bugs and block attacks anywhere, anytime

Top 10 most read: G3 vs One M8, Airbus signs HP for HPC, iOS 7.1.2 bugs

What caught the attention of V3 readers last week

PRISM: Public investigation into GCHQ mass surveillance starts

Tribunal takes evidence to decide if surveillance activities were human rights violations

Chinese hacker arrested for strikes on Boeing and Lockheed Martin

Cyber criminal stole and sold information on military contractors' technology, says FBI

UK government boosts military cyber-spying powers with £800m investment

Intelligence and cyber reconnaissance are key parts of new £1.1bn armed forces budget

Apple allays China iPhone-tracking fears, denies 'backdoor' to location data

Apple denies any form of location-data gathering

Microsoft warns of bogus Google and Yahoo SSL certificates

Bogus certificates be used by hackers to launch man in the middle attacks

Gameover Zeus botnet returns from the grave

Hackers bolster security to avoid second takedown

European cybercops team up to neutralise Shylock Trojan

Agencies including the UK's NCA have shut off banking malware network

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