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Hardware/Network

Overlook 5G Security At Your Peril

5G is being hailed as the next big thing in the telecoms world. It’s seen as the enabler for IoT applications such as autonomous vehicles, healthcare solutions, and robotics –

Hardware/Network

Will Your Enterprise Survive the IoT Explosion?

We’re witnessing an explosion of connected things – from printers and air conditioning units to lighting systems and coffee machines – connecting to enterprise networks. This rapid proliferation is leaving

Hardware/Network

Fighting Fire With Fire: AI’s Role in Cybersecurity

Last year, it was predicted by Gartner that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be implemented in almost every new software product by 2020. As AI capabilities grow at a rapid pace, such technologies

Software

Crypto-Mining Malware Tops Most Wanted List

Cybercriminals have options when it comes to choosing their attack weapons, which is why malware authors are likely grateful to those criminals who choose to target unpatched server vulnerabilities with

Software

ATM attacks: How hackers are going for gold

Imagine winning the lottery and having an ATM spit huge amounts of cash at you. That’s exactly what some cyber criminals are after. They’re targeting ATMs and launching “jackpotting” attacks,

IT Compliance

The Importance of Cybersecurity and the GDPR

When you hear the term cybersecurity, you would be forgiven if your mind wandered to an image of a Hollywood-style hacker, frantically typing away in front of multiple monitors, with

Industry Insights

Retailers could increase annual revenue by as much as 5% by investing in cybersecurity measures that shoppers trust

A new report by Capgemini’s Digital Transformation Institute has revealed that cybersecurity is a new source of competitive advantage for retailers. It calls for more organizations to align cybersecurity policies

Software

Key Steps for Optimizing POS Security

It’s a tough time to be a retailer. Massive point-of-sale (POS) breaches continue to make headlines on a regular basis, and they can have a significant impact on consumers’ trust

Hardware/Network

Who wants to go threat hunting?

I’ve been a lot of things in my professional career including paramedic, accountant, computer trainer, PC/network technician, VP of IT, consultant and writer. The most enjoyable job I ever had

Software

Hackers Mine for Crypto-Coins on IoT Devices

Cybercriminals looking to purchase malware are frequent flyers on dark web forums. Often, nefarious actors are in search of the attack that will deliver the greatest gains, which is why