Category: Security


US telcos put aside differences to tackle authentication

The big four operators in the US have shown that they can actually get along by creating the Mobile Authentication Taskforce, with the objective of creating a mobile authentication solution for enterprises and customers in 2018.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Dirty data

Scott and Jamie are joined by Ray from Light Reading and the team start by reflecting on the amount of moaning the impending UK 5G auctions have caused. They then ponder how little control we have over our digital live and ask whether there should be a limit on the power of the dominant digital utilities. Lastly Ray derides dirty data, which is bad, naughty and needs to be thoroughly spanked to teach it a lesson, prompting one of Scott’s paranoid AI tangents.

Data Revelations – Nominum Data Science Security Report

From the front lines of the war on cybercrime, Nominum discovers new trends in ransomware, phishing, IoT-related threats and more. We analyzed 15.3 trillion DNS queries to produce this 46-page report that delves into the mind of a cybercriminal.

Verizon and Amazon data security story full of holes

Verizon is doing its best impression of Swiss cheese, as one of its partners left sensitive information on up to 14 million customers on an unsecured Amazon database for a week after being notified.

UN report reveals global cybersecurity holes

We have all suspected the world is not ready for the connected era, though the International Telecommunication Union’s (ITU) Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) has confirmed it.

Verizon jumps on the AI-security bandwagon

Verizon’s venture capitalist arm has started throwing its weight around the security arena, pumping cash into artificial intelligence start-up SparkCognition.

1 3 4 5 6 7 10

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

Loading ... Loading ...