British security expert Kevin Beaumont has thrown in his lot with the company often described as the Typhoid Mary of the Internet — Microsoft — but says he will not be a big cog in the wheel there, just a security threat analyst.
Microsoft wants the population of Windows users to grow. Intel would like to see that happening too, given that it is joined at the arm and the hip to the Redmond software behemoth. Newer PCs are more expensive, but run the bloated Windows operating system that much faster.
Fraudsters used scam emails to steal millions of dollars from Queensland law firms in December, according to security firm MailGuard.
I doubt his clients would have seen the humour in that if he had proposed the idea!
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