Author Archives: Thomas Brewster

Thomas Brewster
Author: Thomas Brewster
Security Correspondent, TechWeekEurope
Tom Brewster is TechWeek Europe's Security Correspondent. He has also been named BT Information Security Journalist of the Year in 2012 and 2013.

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If even anti-virus detractors like FireEye use the technology, it must be very much alive. Tom Brewster takes its temperature

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NSA coordinated meetings with Google and other tech titans on mobile security

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Is anti-virus finally dying? Sort of, say Symantec and its rivals

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Retail giant announces Gregg Steinhafel is stepping down as CEO to lead the company forward after its epic hack

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Rakesh Agrawal leaves company after just two months, claiming he resigned before criticising PayPal execs over Twitter

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OpenID and OAuth vulnerabilities could allow for abuse of website redirection to get at user data

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Systems across the UK could be abused by hackers to cause delays or even accidents, claims researcher

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Government says sorry for issues that hit Heathrow, Manchester and Birmingham, causing delays for travellers

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France is seeing massive amounts of DDoS traffic going through its networks, thanks to sizeable hits on the country's popular hosting providers

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Organisations care way too much about money and not enough about ethics when it comes to people's security, says Tom Brewster

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