Articles By Matthew Broersma

Britain lags Canada, US in Internet fraud tracking

Britain lags Canada, US in Internet fraud tracking

The U.K. is trailing behind other countries in its efforts to track and investigate Internet fraud, according to a new...

August 1st, 2006 Matthew Broersma
Canada beats UK, measures US in Internet fraud tracking

Canada beats UK, measures US in Internet fraud tracking

Canada leads the U.K. and other countries in its efforts totrack and investigate Internet fraud, according to a new reportfrom...

August 1st, 2006 Matthew Broersma
UK failing to get to grips with Internet fraud

UK failing to get to grips with Internet fraud

The U.K. is trailing behind other countries in its efforts to track and investigate Internet fraud, according to a new...

July 27th, 2006 Matthew Broersma
Novell previews Suse Linux Enterprise

Novell previews Suse Linux Enterprise

Novell has released a preview version of its upcoming Suse Linux Enterprise distribution, amid a last-minute delay to the software’s...

July 20th, 2006 Matthew Broersma
Invisible rootkit heralds trouble ahead

Invisible rootkit heralds trouble ahead

Security researchers have discovered a new type of rootkit they believe will greatly increase the difficulty of detecting and removing...

July 13th, 2006 Matthew Broersma
Belgium adopts OpenDocument

Belgium adopts OpenDocument

Belgium may become the first national government to mandate the use of the Open Document Format (ODF), with a full-scale...

July 2nd, 2006 Matthew Broersma
IEEE suspends mobile broadband group over Qualcomm influence

IEEE suspends mobile broadband group over Qualcomm influence

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE) has suspended the working group developing 802.20, a wireless broadband standard...

June 20th, 2006 Matthew Broersma
CERN to offer secure grid

CERN to offer secure grid

CERN, the Geneva-based nuclear physics research center, has launched a collaborative effort with some of the biggest names in IT...

June 11th, 2006 Matthew Broersma
Bigger raises for British IT staff

Bigger raises for British IT staff

IT workers in the U.K.’s public sector are getting better pay raises and a wider range of benefits than their...

June 8th, 2006 Matthew Broersma
Hackers could exploit Windows ‘error’

Hackers could exploit Windows ‘error’

Users of Windows laptops with Wi-Fi capabilities may be opening their hard drives up to snoopers, according to a security...

January 18th, 2006 Matthew Broersma