Latest Security News

Why a Digital Technology Company Should Go Global

Many digital technology companies today show the tendency to go global. There obviously are many advantages of going global, and that’s what makes companies take such a step. For technology companies, unlike companies that deal with physical products, it’s rather easy to have a global presence. Choices, at all levels, are multifaceted while there is

[ Read More ]

The Importance of Security in Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers and Acquisitions- big things happening in the world of business. M&As have yielded wonderful results and have even resulted in the genesis of some of the most successful of business firms. Well, let’s look at another aspect of the M&A process. Typically seen as a mere boardroom thing, there are other aspects of M&A

[ Read More ]

Discussing Data Culture Development Within an Organization

Every organization today needs to develop a data culture, one that would pervade the whole of the organization and touch every single member within the organizational set-up. This is because we are living in a world where organizations are basically data-driven. Hence there is an absolute need to develop a data culture, with focus on

[ Read More ]

Why Securing Small Business Against Hacking is Important

It’s not just the big businesses that are hacked, smaller ones too are targeted by cybercriminals. Well, while big companies would have the resources to survive even multiple big data breaches, smaller ones might get shattered with just one small breach. The losses incurred due to a data breach (financial loss, loss in customer trust

[ Read More ]

Use Security Technology to Improve Business Operations

Security technology would continue to be as important for businesses in 2019 as it was in 2018; in fact, it would be much more important in 2019 than it was in 2018. As we know, security technology today is integral to business operations and contributes greatly to the continuity of any business and its operational

[ Read More ]

NZ Transport Agency’s Missing USB Drive a Major Data Breach

The New Zealand’s Transportation Agency is in the hot seat as a very important USB flash drive containing personal information of at least 1,000 of their employees is missing. Usually, personnel information is stored cryptographically locked in a secure server, however, due to the need to produce identification cards for 1,000+ employees, it needs to

[ Read More ]

Facebook In Hot Water Again In 2019? 3rd Party Android Apps Send User Data to Facebook Servers Without User Consent Observed

Facebook will be in the hot seat of controversy once more this New Year, as Privacy International’s keynote presentation in the 35th Chaos Communication Congress has publicly revealed that the social media giant gets hold of user data from 3rd party Android apps. This revelation involves users with specific user installed apps that have nothing

[ Read More ]

4 Tasks System Admins Should Never Forget During Holiday Downtime

Holiday season is a period where system admins perform fine tuning of the systems and network. With employees taking their vacation, it is the best time to perform scheduled downtime in order to keep the computers working in their top shape as the New Year comes. Here, we have provided you another full year of

[ Read More ]

Huawei Refutes NCISA’s Cyber Espionage Accusations

The Czech National Cyber and Information Security Agency (NCISA) has accused Huawei, a Chinese telecom company and mobile phone vendor for being under the command of Beijing to conduct cyber espionage. NCISA claims that the use Huawei devices compromise one’s user privacy, especially due to strong ties of Chinese companies with the Beijing regime. “China’s

[ Read More ]

Bitcoin Scam Demanding Payment to Call Off Hitman

An email scam of a new kind is being reported; it seems people are getting emails that demand payment for calling off “a hitman”! Reports say that people have been getting emails that demand payment, in bitcoin, in exchange for calling off hitmen assigned to murder them. Such an email, which would evidently be from

[ Read More ]