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The Surprising Truth About SMS Security

Have you heard of SIM swapping? The nasty form of attack was documented by ZDNet writer Matthew Miller last June, who detailed the horror show unfolding after he found his services had


10 Cybersecurity Trends in 2020 You Need to Keep an Eye On

Chess is a game of foresight — just like cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is the chessboard where hackers and defenders are looking to checkmate each other. For now, hackers are on the

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Singapore’s Cybersecurity Startup Map

Singapore’s cybersecurity industry is growing strong, with now some 105 unique startups, according to the Innovation Cybersecurity Ecosystem at Block71 (ICE71)’s latest Singapore Cybersecurity Community Map. Click here to view original webpage



The concerted drive for autonomous cars goes back decades. You’ll probably be surprised to learn that the first self-driving car was showcased in the 1920s. Since then, significant strides have been

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PayThink New ways to pay require new approaches to security

As we move into a new decade, it seems fitting to reflect on changes our world has seen – from how we consume media and the ubiquity of the smartphone,


What should we expect from cybersecurity in 2020?

Ten security experts share their thoughts on the year ahead.With ransomware and cyber-attacks being at the forefront of headlines this year, it’s no surprise that cybersecurity is becoming an ever

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PayThink Host card emulation’s a key tech, but it has security holes

The rise of smartphone-based ‘tap-to-pay’ payments shows no signs of slowing down. It is estimated that mobile payments will amount to $14 trillion by 2022. To keep up with this trend, banks


Trend Micro research urges oil and gas industry to prioritise cybersecurity

Trend Micro, a global leader in cybersecurity solutions, has announced the findings of new research on the cyber-risks facing the oil and gas industry. The research found that the oil


10 cybersecurity stories in 2019 that make us feel less secure

2019 is almost over. On many levels, it has been a memorable year; technology continued to show its prowess and agility, especially given the number of security threats. These security

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Biometric authentication is not a security panacea

Biometric authentication systems are convenient, but they’re not a substitute. Password management vexes both individuals and businesses alike. Despite the overwhelming majority of internet users knowing better, weak passwords and