Category Archives: Cybercrime

Announcing the Release of The Seventh Day by Andy Malone

Announce the availability of my new Science Fiction Thriller The Seventh Day. Beginning in an eighteenth century Scottish village. The Seventh Day is a tense and atmospheric science fiction thriller, written in the vein of classics, such as Highlander, The Da … Continue reading

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A Guest Post from GFI

How to Use a Network Scanner One of the most effective tools you can use to improve the security of your systems is a network scanner. A good network scanner can provide you with the same view of your servers, … Continue reading

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Windows 8 & Cybercrime Security Forum’s Announced!

After working in Norway for most of January I’m off to one of my favourite places next week. Iceland to teach Windows 8 & Windows Server 8… Whoo Hoo! Also I’m joining my friend Paula Januszkiewicz at speaking at a … Continue reading

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Why you need to Network scan & Audit!

Well this week I’m speaking at Multiple Microsoft events. The first is Microsoft Sinergija 2011 in Belgrade and the second is Microsoft Vizija 9 in Skopje in Macedonia.  It’s so amazing to see such passion in numbers. I’m looking forward … Continue reading

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The Rise of Anonymous & Cyber Security Trends to be aware of…

As the summer rolls on and parts of England have been embroiled in teenagers going on the rampage causing untold damage. I couldn’t help notice that the number of hacking attacks and greatly increased. Yesterday it was reported that kids … Continue reading

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GFI LanGuard Review!

This week I’ve been in Jersey teaching a Cyber-Security MasterClass. Thanks to Ronnie for making me feel so welcome. Also a big thanks to everyone who attended my session at the Jersey BCS group. You guy’s rock. For the remainder … Continue reading

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From Seattle to Dubai and Now Lithuania, Whew!!

Well it’s been a busy time during the past few weeks. A couple of weeks back I spent the week at Microsoft Corp for the annual MVP Global Summit. It was great catching up with friends and colleagues. As an … Continue reading

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Cyber-Warfare: The Evolution Begins…

Firstly a big thanks to all who attended our Cybercrime event in the Netherlands. The event brought great feedback, so thanks for that. In response to 1 point of feedback we have had several requests to extend the time for … Continue reading

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Wow! I’m the Joob Winner :-) I’m off to NZ!

This week I am in London teaching a Desktop virtualization course. I am also delighted to announce that I won the Joob Ultimate Road trip competition from TechEd. The crazy thing is I have never won anything in my life. … Continue reading

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Cybercrime Security Forum 2011: The Netherlands!

This week I am absolutely delighted to announce that our latest Cybercrime Security Forum event will take place in the Netherlands on the 25th & 26th January. This time sponsored by our friends Global Knowledge. The event is 2 days … Continue reading

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