Half of businesses ignore future cyber threats

Many firms are too busy fighting current cyber threats to plan for the future.

Stop the blame game: Report reveals the secrets to business IT security

Breaches are happening too frequently and, with hackers continuing to evolve, enterprises are not doing enough to protect their data. So who's to blame?Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/05/26/stop-the-blame-game-report-reveals-the-secrets-to-business-it-security/

Why multi-layered protection might be the only security you can trust

Rising security risks and demand for seamless and secure access across any device, anytime, has triggered greater adoption of authentication solutions. So how can you choose a solution that works?Read more: http://www.itproportal.

Huawei Mate 20 Pro review

A powerful and eye-catching device, but is it enough of a step up from previous generations?

BYOD posing major mobile security risks

More and more organisations are allowing employees to bring their own devices for work.

BlackBerry seals $1.4bn Cylance deal

Software giant adds AI cyber security tools to its portfolio.

Major SMS leak exposed millions of messages

Two-factor authentication codes were also exposed in Voxox leak.

Kid-focused smartwatches can be hacked to track location

Report uncovers worrying security flaws in popular products.

Why employee engagement matters in digital transformation

Neil Harvey, CTO at Kirona, discusses how employee-buy in can motivate workforces and drive successful digital transformation projects.

Personal cyberattacks becoming more common

Hackers are pushing bots aside as they roll up their sleeves.

UK firms overconfident about their cyber defences

Three-quarters of British firms rated their protection as above average.

Malware and ransomware see huge rises across the world

Cybercriminals turn to encryption to help deliver their malicious payloads.

China Mobile signs 1bn euro Nokia deal

New frame agreement will aid China Mobile in the rollout of 5G networks.

Holy cow, this crazy guy snowboarded down a ridiculously steep mountain

You see that speck at the top of the mountain? That's snowboarder Matt Annetts standing on top of a 3600 feet tall mountain face that's so steep it looks completely vertical. And he's going to snowboard down the whole damn thing. And you get to watch him. And yeah, it's nuts.

Sheryl Sandberg Is a Comic Book Superhero

Faster at liquidating Facebook shares than a speeding bullet, able to leap across the promotional book tour circuit in a single bound, it's Sheryl Sandberg!Read more...

Chromecast could be coming to Australia next week

Google may be getting ready to launch its Chromecast streaming stick in Australia, if pre-order pages on the website of local electronics retailer Dick Smith are any indication. Ausdroid.net reported Sunday that customers had spotted a listing of the streaming stick on Dick Smith’s website, 

'Hidden From Google' Remembers the Sites Google Is Forced To Forget

Daniel_Stuckey (2647775) writes "Hidden From Google, the brainchild of a web programmer in New Jersey,





Seinfeld cast star in YouTube mashup of Australian 'politics about nothing'

Local YouTube maestro Huw Parkinson, who has made it his duty to chronicle the finest moments in Australian politics by sewing them into film and television scenes, is back and that is great news for everybody.



VW Up! 登陸中國 淘寶賣車吸引年輕車主

Volkswagen 的 UP! 小型汽車在歐洲非常受歡迎,年輕的外形設計加上實用車廂空間,令這部廉價小車深受年輕車主愛戴。這部以 Mercedes Benz Smart 為競爭對手的四座位小車,會在稍後時間在大陸上市,售賣點包括了淘寶。



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