Category: Security


The Telecoms.com Podcast – Crippling Insecurities

This week the band gets back together as Scott returns from his self-imposed exile. The gang has a look at recent claims of Qualcomm’s insecurities in 900 million Android devices, followed by the growth, and inevitable hacking, of eSports gaming titles like Dota 2. Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo and the growing role of content in telcos’ bundling strategy falls under the spotlight, before a dedicated app for couples seeking greater “intimacy” gets analysed. Meanwhile, Jamie FINALLY gets with the times… sort of.

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What did we learn from the EMC data protection report?

EMC has recently released its Global Data Protection Index 2016 where it claims only 2% of the world would be considered ‘leaders’ in protecting their own assets. But what did we learn about industry trends?

TalkTalk talks up Business business

TalkTalk delivered mixed news at its end of year financial report as the fixed operator continues to recover from last year’s hefty cyber attack, claiming impressive growth in its Business business.

UK government report rings cyber security alarm bells

The UK government has released findings from its annual Cyber Security Breaches Survey, which found 69% of organizations believe security to be a top priority, but only 29% have a formal policy, reports BCN.

Polls

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

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