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Early-Warning Mobile Apps Help Lebanese Avoid Danger

Mobile technology hasn’t prevented more than two years of violence in Syria from spilling across the border into Lebanon via firefights, car bombs and more, according to a Financial Times report on Monday. But early-warning apps on smartphones are...
Government Spying Boosts Swiss Data Center Revenues

Government Spying Boosts Swiss Data Center Revenues

Companies concerned about keeping their data safe from government spying are turning to Swiss data centers that have the security of national laws which protect information from the other countries’ spy agencies.
Waging War On Cyber Attacks: Governments Do, Some Firms Don’t

Waging War On Cyber Attacks: Governments Do, Some Firms Don’t

Despite U.K. efforts to help businesses guard against cyber attacks, only one in eight respondents to a Financial Times/ICSA Boardroom Bellwether survey indicated they had taken any of the prescribed measures.
Could The US Government Go Dark? Digital Defense And The White House

Could The US Government Go Dark? Digital Defense And The White House

During a targeted cyber attack, government agencies go dark. Mission-critical data is inaccessible. Personal information of millions of U.S. citizens is exposed. Communications are cut off. The White House is literally and figuratively in the dark.  It’s like something out...