Rise in Mobile Malware and Rootkits Among Threats Noted in McAfee Report

McAfee’s quarterly threat report summarizing the most dangerous cybersecurity trends McAfee Labs experts are seeing that affect consumers, government and business includes mobile malware that’s exploiting permissions granted unknowingly by users on their smartphones and tablets; A rise in rootkits which can circumvent common 64-bit security; a rapid rise in signed malware; and hundreds of …

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David Cameron in trouble with phone hacking judge

Prime Minister David Cameron has apologised to the British Parliament for hiring former tabloid editor Andy Coulson, who has been convicted of phone hacking, but faced fresh embarrassment as the judge rebuked him for speaking out about the case. Cameron said it had been the “wrong decision” to make the News of the World editor …

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Hassan Joho degree a fraud, says Uganda higher education authority

The degree certificate obtained by Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho from Kampala University is a fraud, the Uganda National Council of Higher Education (NCHE), has said. The details emerged even as a Mombasa judge directed that a case challenging the academic credentials of the governor be forwarded to the Chief Justice for further direction. In …

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Uganda: ICTs Delivering Home-Grown Development Solutions in Africa–Report

A recently released joint report by the World Bank, the African Development Bank and the African Union has noted that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) innovations are delivering home-grown solutions in Africa, transforming businesses and driving entrepreneurship and economic growth. The report says that in just the past five years, Africa’s mobile phone market has …

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Uganda loses about Shs25b to bank fraud annually – report

Players in the financial services industry have been urged to put in place strong security controls to curb the ever increasing fraud in the East Africa region. Speaking at the launch of the Deloitte 2013 Financial Crimes Survey report in Kampala, Mr Robert Nyamu, the director Forensic and Litigation Support Deloitte, said there has been …

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