Top 10 IT security stories of 2014

Danny Palmer
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Computing looks back at some of the more significant IT and enterprise security stories to take place this year.

With data breaches, hacks and not to mention more revelations on NSA surveillance, IT security was near the top of the agenda throughout the whole of 2014. Here, Computing looks back at some of the...

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