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Businesses take action to preserve their bottom line

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As the economy recovers to repair itself and the depth of the recession continues to bite, businesses are taking are far more robust approach to preserving their bottom line.   In the past businesses may have chosen not to take action against an employee who they suspected of stealing sensitive data.  Likewise, any frauds that …Read More

20th August 2009 | Posted in Digital Forensics, Fraud by

iPhones – hacking threat

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Is your iPhone safe from the threat of hacking?  A flaw in the Apple handset has rendered it defenceless against attack, Independent Security Evaluators has discovered.  Hackers can simply send a string of text messages to an iPhone containing just one square character.  Victims would see one text message in their inbox and not turning …Read More

10th August 2009 | Posted in Digital Forensics, Mobile Phone Forensics by

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