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Published 1 March 2012

Cybercriminals target phones — with Android “most exposed” | U.S., world, divided over publishing  mutant flu research |Standoff explosives detection with external cavity quantum cascade lasers | Improving disaster recovery tactics | Airport X-ray machines safe for passengers | Lawmakers questions cybersecurity at power networks | Google Ventures invests in Duo Security to fight online crime | RSA chief: for IT security industry, offense must be the new defense | Japan’s new  problem: tainted reactor cooling water | U.S. to deport illegals to home states instead of border

Cybercriminals target phones — with Android “most exposed”

U.S., world, divided over publishing  mutant flu research

Standoff explosives detection with external cavity quantum cascade lasers

Improving disaster recovery tactics

Airport X-ray machines safe for passengers

Lawmakers questions cybersecurity at power networks

Google Ventures invests in Duo Security to fight online crime

RSA chief: for IT security industry, offense must be the new defense

Japan’s new  problem: tainted reactor cooling water

U.S. to deport illegals to home states instead of border

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