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    Wes Anderson on Microsoft’s Interactive Data Push for Agencies, GovCon’s Tech ‘Drivers’

    Wes Anderson serves as vice president of worldwide public sector services at Microsoft and leads a team that offers information technology services to U.S. and international government agencies. Anderson, an inductee into Executive Mosaic’s Wash100 list for 2015, previously held the VP title for U.S. public sector services at Microsoft and also created and led the […] More

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    Scammers Take Advantage of Buzz Around Toy Story 3

    Scammers are notorious for jumping quickly on the latest trends, including the World Cup and iPad launches. They have now turned to using the buzz surrounding Toy Story 3 to lure in unsuspecting victims to bombard them with pop-up software scams and fake survey websites. The scams, purporting to show clips of Buzz and Woody […] More

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    Scareware among Fastest-Growing Online Scams, Says FBI

    Pop-ups telling you your computer has been infected with a virus and then insisting on buying a certain anti-virus solution are not only incredibly annoying, but they can also masquerade as carriers of malware. Called scareware because they scare consumers into buying bogus anti-virus programs, this type of scam has become one of the fastest-growing […] More

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    Indonesian Government Hacked over World Cup

    Spammers and other cyber miscreants are already taking advantage of the World Cup, spreading malware and spam featuring World Cup related ads and emails. However, a security researcher at Kaspersky Labs has discovered a new attack, that appears to not focus on collecting money. “The attack was on the Indonesian government Web server,” Dmitry Bestuzhev […] More

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    World Cup Good for Spammers

    The World Cup begins today and spammers have already joined the party, releasing spam messages that target individuals searching for World Cup information. Presently, the amount of World Cup-related spam is relatively small compared to total spam amounts but it has increased, according to F-Secure. “It’s still just a small percentage of spam overall (under […] More

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