Category: Security


Why is Google so interested in Fitbit?

In early November, Google announced it was acquiring Fitbit for $2.1 billion, a transaction which has polarised opinion. But why is Google interested in a faltering wearables brand?

Let’s Talk Privacy with CUJO AI

Marcio Avillez, CUJO AI’s SVP of Business Development, answered a few questions about privacy, third-party trackers and consumers’ concerns.

FCC starts process to ban Chinese telcos in US

The FCC has issued what is known as a ‘Show Cause Order’ to four Chinese telcos operating in the US, demanding evidence to prove they are not at the behest of the Chinese Government.

UK steps up efforts to tackle smishing

No, that’s not a typo. Smishing refers to phishing over SMS, which is apparently on the increase as SMS fraudsters seek to exploit COVID-19 text alerts.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: 5G fires, Huawei and contact tracing

After a pause for the Easter weekend, the remote podders return to discuss the hilarious conspiracy theories forming around 5G and coronavirus. The move on to assess the renewed threats to Huawei’s international operations posed by fresh geopolitical tensions and conclude with a look at the pros and cons of using smartphones for contact tracing during the pandemic.

Zoom promises to get better at security

Video conferencing firm Zoom is now one of the most recognisable brands across the world, but recent days have seen a barrage of criticism directed towards its security and privacy credentials.

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