Alarms sounded over Flash drive infections

The US Computer Emergency Response Team (US-Cert) is warning users and administrators to be on the lookout following the discovery of a malware outbreak being spread via USB keys.

USB drive attacks use methods as old as the computer virus itself, early versions of which spread by infecting floppy disks and local networks.
The tactic eventually gave way to web page and email borne attacks, It has been suggested that the increasing use of media players and USB drives is making the tactic popular once again.
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Digital Peninsula Network Ltd. is looking to recruit a Project Manager to work as part of the PONToon (Partnership Opportunities using New Technologies to foster sOcial and ecOnomic inclusioN) project team. The post is fixed term until the 31st October 2020.
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The PONToon model will use a range of new technologies such as games development and 3D/virtual reality technology, social media and web/mobile apps to provide a model to engage with, support and up-skill women in order to support their economic inclusion. This represents a progression from the use of digital technologies for social inclusion to uses for economic inclusion.
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This position is fixed-term to July 2018 in the first instance, but may be extended Salary: £15,000-£23,000 (FTE), dependent on experience