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Consumers are starting to get the message on phishing
According to a new report from security awareness training company Wombat Security, people are starting to get the message on phishing.
Work and personal app usage blurs as enterprise users change their habits
The use of the cloud and as-a-service software models is having a big impact on the way businesses operate, but just how is this shift playi
Taxi drivers, cashiers and other jobs facing extinction by technology
One of the challenges facing developed economies is that increased use of technology is set to wipe out may jobs. This is leading politician
Businesses not prepared for the risk from mobile and IoT apps
Despite widespread concern about the security of mobile and IoT applications, organizations are ill-prepared for the risks they pose, accord
New Flock plug-in targets fake news -- you'll never guess what happens next
Fake and misleading stories plague the internet and there's always a risk that if not spotted they can influence decisions within an organiz
Many consumers don't care about the impact of piracy
Almost a third of consumers watch pirated content even though they know it's illegal to do so and that it deprives the content creators of r
Businesses missing out by not engaging customers with SMS
Consumers want to communicate with businesses using SMS according to a new study, but companies are failing to grasp the opportunity this of
RockJaw Resonate -- clever design combined with quality audio [Review]
We've looked at earphones from RockJaw in the past and they've always offered a good compromise between reasonable price and a quality liste
New platform detects and blocks attacks using behavior patterns
Traditional security solutions rely on detecting an attack based on existing information, which allows zero-day threats to slip through the
Complaints about two-factor authentication are on the rise
Of companies that use two-factor authentication, 74 percent admit that they receive complaints about it from their users -- and nearly 10 pe
Public cloud has the greatest security implications say execs
A new survey reveals that 65 percent of senior IT and security executives think that the biggest security risks for business come from publi
Modeling and analytics and their role in business [Q&A]
Businesses are collecting more data about their operations and their customers than ever before. But data in itself is only part of the stor
Insiders or outsiders, which is the greater threat?
Historically, the idea of a hacker has always conjured up images of the outsider trying to gain access to government or corporate systems.
Many businesses are are relying on others to fight DDoS attacks
With large scale cyber attacks constantly hitting the headlines, businesses ought to be aware of the need to protect themselves.