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Friday Apr 4 | TechTarget

OpenDNS' Hubbard predicts Internet threats with security analytics

When CryptoLocker ransomware first appeared late last year, many in the security industry said the only way to fight against its strong encryption implementation was to regularly backup files and systems, essentially admitting defeat once CryptoLocker had attacked a system.

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Friday Apr 4 | Business Wire

OpenDNS CTO to Present Predictive Security Model at Interop Las Vegas

Information Security Pioneer Dan Hubbard Will Explain How to Extract Security Intelligence about Zero Day Threats using Big Data Techniques Dan Hubbard, CTO for OpenDNS, is a noted information security expert and research pioneer.

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Related Topix: Websense, Startups

Wed Apr 02, 2014

Freshnews

OpenDNS CEO to Lead Internet Privacy Panel at Cloud Factory Conference

David Ulevitch is CEO of OpenDNS, which he founded in 2005 with the goal of delivering a safer and faster Internet experience.

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Related Topix: Privacy

Mon Mar 31, 2014

Wall Street Journal

Turkey Intercepts Name-Server Traffic

In recent days, Turkish telecoms across the country have started intercepting and redirecting user requests sent to public address books-known as domain-name system servers-run by Google, , which is using its own machines to masquerade as the U.S. firms' name servers, allowing the former monopoly to redirect or block Web users' access to sites ... (more)

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Related Topix: Turkey, NC, Internet Service Providers, Twitter

Tue Mar 25, 2014

Freshnews

OpenDNS CTO to Present Predictive Security Model at Interop Las Vegas

Dan Hubbard, CTO for OpenDNS, is a noted information security expert and research pioneer.

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Related Topix: Websense, Startups

Fri Mar 21, 2014

TechCrunch

Twitter Says It Is Standing By Its Users In Turkey, Hopes To Have Access 'Returned Soon'

Help appears to be at hand for advocates of free speech in Turkey, where Twitter access has been cut off after the Prime Minister accused it of helping people spread false information about him.

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Related Topix: Twitter

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