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Your business needs a VPN

One of the best ways to protect your data online is with a virtual private network service, says Local Profy.

Am I secure in the cloud?


While most businesses know and understand the benefits of cloud, some still struggle with security.

Dallmeier presents smart casino solutions at G2E Asia 2018

Asia, and especially Macau, is the company's key market for the casino industry.

Cyber-terrorism: more Hollywood fad than genuine fear

While there can be no doubt that cyber-crime and cyber-terrorism are real threats, the dangers they pose are nowhere near what blockbuster films would have you believe.

Security at the forefront of Cisco partnership drive

Company leverages partnership with ConnectWise to make it easier for partners to move into the managed security services space.

Attackers target pharmaceutical companies


PlugX RAT allows cyber criminals to perform various malicious operations on a system without the user's authorisation, says Kaspersky Lab.

Crypto-currency miners increasingly target mobile devices


Don't download from untrusted third-party marketplaces, and keep devices updated, says OpenVPN,

Gartner recognises Veracode

The CA Technologies business is recognised as a leader, for the fifth consecutive time, in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Application Security Testing.

Tech firms vow not to aid govt cyber attacks

Microsoft, Facebook and more than 30 other tech firms announce a joint pledge not to assist any government in offensive cyber attacks.

Crypto-anchors, blockchain unite against counterfeiters

According to IBM researchers, blockchain technology is poised as the future of digital transactions.

OSS scores lower on security compliance: survey

16% of open source projects are less secure than Webgoat: a global software intelligence company has found.

Have you gone phishing?


Layered security measures must go beyond the perimeter and anti-virus to protect companies against phishing attacks.

The changing face of cyber defence

Defence is changing, with less reliance on vendor-produced "prevention" technologies and a move to defence engineering, says NClose.