Virtual Coins – what will this mean for the payments space?
Forget £, $, €, or the whole host of other international currencies, the new kid on the block is virtual currencies; which live on the web and in our virtual wallets.
Quantum internet used for two years, becoming a reality
Utilising quantum mechanics to provide perfectly secure online communication is something security experts in particular have lusted over for years – well as it turns out, a government lab has been using just that for the past two.
Which telecom providers “have your back” in data security?
The EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) has released its ‘Who has your back?’ report for 2013, its third edition. As a company whose tagline is “defending your rights in the digital world”, this document helps consumers understand the service providers they can trust.
Cellebrite introduces diagnostics tool designed to cut down phone repairs
Mobile forensics and data transfer provider Cellebrite has launched a multi-channel diagnostics tool, claimed to be the first in the wireless retail industry. Debuted at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Cellebrite estimates that the tool will reduce the overall process of phone repairs and returns by up to 60%.
Huawei’s stock goes up and up as 2013 begins
An end of year message from Huawei's acting CEO reveals 2012 sales revenue was in excess of $35bn and a net profit of approximately $2.4bn.
Does ReVuln research show security worries for Smart TVs?
A video posted by Malta-based security firm ReVuln has shown potential security weaknesses in an unspecified Samsung Smart TV.
Are foreign regulators discriminating against Huawei?
In the week Huawei and ZTE denies being a threat to US national security, is it fair to say Huawei is being discriminated against by overseas regulatory bodies?
Google Apps for Business clears ISO security audit
Google Apps for Business has cleared a key security hurdle by achieving ISO 27001 certification, which it hopes will persuade large businesses that it’s safe to move crucial data and processes to its cloud.
Lack of collaboration leaves IT open to hackers
Pressure to improve business productivity and a lack of collaboration with different business divisions is leaving enterprise IT departments open to increased security risks, according to a new report.
Amazon Web Service suffers outage
Amazon‘s cloud offering suffered a brief outage this week causing a break in service to parts of America’s East Coast, shutting down a number of sites including Netflix, Reddit and Foursquare.