New IT service for detecting stolen info on the internet

Australian IT security firm Pure Hacking has unveiled a new service to alert clients to their stolen private information being published on the internet. With commercial data breaches on the increase, Pure Hacking believe their Black Ops software is a world leader that will also try to remove the stolen data from public view. The software searches not only the surface web for stolen data but also other parts not indexed by Google. "I think that Google would only be [...]

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Workers worried online past may damage career prospects

It is good to see people doing weird stuff on photocopiers with their clothes on for a change. The latest Kelly Global Workforce Index shows that 25% of New Zealand men and 22% of women are worried that material from their social networking sites could adversely impact their careers. 30% of women and 28% of men admit to deliberately censoring or editing their personal social network content, to protect their current employment or future career prospects. Kelly Services managing director Debbie [...]

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