security

Are you data breach fatigued?

Data breaches are nothing new – quite the contrary – in fact their very frequency makes it likely that we’re fatigued to the point of indifference by the number of leaks which are surfacing.

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.

Ericsson CTO – keep an eye out for the tech spark

With the world changing so quickly all the time, keeping an eye on trends is a tricky one. Fortunately we had the chance to chat with Ericsson Group CTO Erik Ekudden to get the inside track.

EPIC questions Google’s security credentials

The Electronic Privacy Information Centre (EPIC) has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) asking the body to investigate Google’s tracking algorithms.

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.

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