Today, computers and smart devices are inexpensive enough that we can own many of them: smart phones, laptops, tablets and wearable micro devices. Our work and private lives demand portability. This, along with a trend towards moving enterprise servers into the cloud, makes secure user authentication even more imperative — and tricky. That brings us […]
According to a new Frost & Sullivan white paper, the number of consumers using digital payment methods continues to increase worldwide—and so do concerns about online fraud. With 6.17 million data records stolen every day by cybercriminals, companies doing business on the internet have two choices: win the digital trust of consumers or lose revenue. […]
These security predictions are based on industry standards initiatives, represented by organizations involved in the industry, thought leaders, and other stake holders in the security market. While it is fairly safe to predict that some security areas will see improvement in the coming year, others will become more problematic. It is these areas of continuing […]
The latest version of Apple’s browser, Safari 11.1, was released yesterday for iOS and macOS. The new update brings a warning for websites that offer login forms over unencrypted HTTP, which has become standard UI for most major web browsers. Safari’s warning appears in red and reads “Website Not Secure” when the login form has […]
The rising number of cyberattacks at educational institutions this year has made cybercrime prevention just as important as any other part of university curriculum.
Spring cleaning is not only limited to the dust in our basements and the lint in our closets, but also the needless items in our digital junk rooms.
Cyber warnings have been issued and news has been reported, but Ransomware is still a thriving business. Prevention may just be the greatest key to safety.
When it comes to IoT wearables, developers much think about security first.
A strong and unique password is a necessary component to Internet security.