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IT Compliance

Who’s Listening? A Call for Data Protection in Smart Devices

UK households are set to spend £10.8bn on smart devices in 2019. The responsive nature of these devices means they need to be “always-on”, which has led to concerns as to when

Industry Insights

Top 3 Cybersecurity Trends that Modern Businesses Should Look out For

Cybersecurity is laced with highest security systems, playing a prominent role in curbing cyber theft from businesses. FREMONT, CA: Cybersecurity is all set to impact the enterprises, security professionals and


Our Smart Devices Should Warn Us About Cyberattacks And Data Reuse

Our lives today are filled with “smart” devices from our televisions to our toasters to our thermostats. These devices are nothing short of Web-connected miniature computers running entire operating systems

Industry Insights

IT inventory management in the age of cyber security

Cybersecurity has become one of the most talked about issues in recent times. A decade ago, IT Inventory – a businesses’ computers and assets – could be managed in a simple

Network Security

Healthcare industry failing on Cybersecurity

Healthcare institutions are still rocking that 10-year-old Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008, putting themselves at serious risk of cybersecurity breaches, data theft, ransomware and all other kinds of nasties.

Artificial Intelligence Software

On the path to Zero Trust security: Time to get started

No need to belabour the point. We all know that trying to defend the network perimeter is a bit futile in today’s mobile and cloud first world. So, the obvious question –


Hacking our way into cybersecurity for medical devices

Hospitals are filled with machines connected to the internet. With a combination of both wired and wireless connectivity, knowing and managing which devices are connected has become more complicated and,


Cyber Security Today: Warning about connected devices, cyber advice for manufacturers and find fake celebrities

A warning about insecure connected devices available for sale, some cyber advice for manufacturers and take this quiz to find fake celebrities. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Monday April

Industry Insights

Employee cybersecurity essentials part 2: Lost devices and unsafe connections

Security is only as strong as its weakest link, and as we have seen, that includes your employees. Faulting workers for behavior they’ve become accustomed to in their private lives

Identity Theft

Consumer data loss is getting worse

The company’s 2019 World Backup Day Survey, released to coincide with World Backup Day on March 31, says that almost two thirds (65 per cent) of consumers lost their data,