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In response to the news that a new phishing campaign is doing the rounds where victims are sent an email which informs them of a 90% discount for products on Amazon, however accessing the link in the message leads to a fraudulent page that asks for login information, Mark Sparshott, EMEA director at Proofpoint writes:

In a new blog post from PhishMe a recent IRS phishing scam is discussed. PhishMe has identified that the scam is a data-entry phishing attack, a classic tactic for stealing passwords and other credentials.

ABUJA, Nigeria: Col. John Adache brings a wealth of information and experience to his new guidebook, “The Military and Public Relations – Issues, Strategies and Challenges” (published by AuthorHouse UK). The book provides an in-depth look at military public relations and what it entails and highlights the biggest issues facing military.

Terrorism is an ever increasing concern in Africa, and has the potential to affect many different aspects of the mining sector. This evolving threat will be analysed by key security professionals at the Mining Security & Crisis Management Forum on 12-13 November in Cape Town.

London: Options, the leading managed services provider to the global capital markets industry, today named the latest addition to the firm’s global team with the appointment of former NYSE Euronext executive, Stephen Morrow. Mr. Morrow, who was previously Vice President of the Exchange Solutions division at NYSE Technologies, NYSE Euronext’s commercial technology division, joins the private financial cloud provider as SVP, Global Head of Account Management.

Two Associate members of the British Security Industry Association have joined forces to offer exclusive advice on employment law, health and safety and taxation at a brand new event set to take place at Windsor Racecourse on 9th September.

The Patch Tuesday analysis by Wolgang Kandek, CTO, Qualys.

In this batch, MicroSoft have highlighted nine bulletins with a total of 41 vulnerabilities. This includes two patches that address 0-day vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, affecting versions IE6 to IE11, and Adobe Flash. The Internet Explorer bulletin is rated 0 on the Exploitability Index, which is a new value on this scale, meaning that attackers are exploiting at least one of the vulnerabilities.