Terrorism and attacks on computer networks are among the biggest threats to the UK, Home Secretary Theresa May has said ahead of the publication of a new National Security Strategy. Rob Cotton, CEO of the UK’s largest information assurance company, NCC Group plc, backs the home secretary’s comments that cyber crime is a “growing” danger, … [Read more…]
Facebook has launched two new features aimed at making the social network more secure.
This week, the United Arab Emirates telecoms regulator finally ended its ongoing dispute with Reasearch in Motion over banning the use of Blackberry devices in the country due to secutiry threats from its email system. Ovum principal analyst Tony Cripps takes a closer look what promted the u-turn, and how putting access to emails at … [Read more…]
Whilst the majority of larger companies are using at least three marketing channels, over half are still storing the data gathered from each channel separately, according to new research commissioned by marketing service and data company dbg.
The market for mobile phone-based authentication products and services will grow significantly over the next four years and could become the de-facto standard for securing cloud-based services such as Google Apps, according to an analyst report from Goode Intelligence.
New research shows that despite the rise in online fraud with the recent Zeus Trojan stealing banking information from some 100,000 British people in the UK over the last month, consumer confidence remains high in online banking sites.
Where in the world are you most likely to be hit by a malicious computer attack or virus? According to the results of AVG Technologies’ first ever Global Threat Index, it’s the Caucasus region, with Web surfers in Turkey, Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan all being the most likely to face threats while online.
With more data predominately supplied in a digital format and with additional pressure from customers, digital marketeers are being forced to improve turnaround times and meet deadlines without compromising the security of the data. Antony Freeman, CEO at Maytech lloks at how hosted FTP can save both time and money”
Following the recent news stories that Hackers have stolen more than £600,000 from UK bank accounts since July this year, using a variant of the Zeus banking Trojan, Martino Corbelli, Marketing Director at Star, explains the need for SMEs to adapt to the new security risks emerging every day.
Accessing and downloading content from Facebook and YouTube while at work still accounts for more corporate web activity and bandwidth usage than from any other sites, according to new figures from managed security company, Network Box.