Another busy week in the security sector saw a wide mix of announcements, covering everything from the first Mac OS X ransomware to the latest Patch Tuesday release from Microsoft.
V3 also spoke to FireEye to get some insights on the threat to industrial control systems, while there was surprising praise for the Tor network from the head of GCHQ.
No zero-day exploits to worry about in March security release, but users are urged to patch fast nevertheless.
Robert Hannigan said claims that government wants encryption backdoors are wrong.
Dido Harding said TalkTalk underestimated what was required as firm recovers from major attack in 2015.
CESG director Alex Dewedney suggested that new policy is required as throwing money at the problem has not worked.
Palo Alto finds shakedowns hitting systems on Mac machines with demands for $300 to $400.
Insecticides based on sulfoxaflor might be as bad for bees as neonicotinoids
Intel teases forthcoming new graphics card accompanied by the text "We will set our graphics free"
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ARM plans 7nm 'Deimos' for 2019 and 5nm and 7nm 'Hercules' for 2020