As our identities become increasingly digital, protecting them from cyber threats has never been more important.
What do the following data-breach headlines from the past year have in common? The Sony Pictures hack: Everything we know so far; Anonymous hackers release emails ordering bear cubs be killed; Hackers threaten to release names from adultery website … Connecting the dots yet?
You’re a college freshman relishing in your newfound freedom. You wake up in your cramped dorm room, roll over and grab your laptop to check Facebook — but when you type in your password, it’s rejected. Slightly annoyed, you pull on some clothes,
If you're an Aussie with an iPhone, there's a chance you've been woken up in the middle of the night by a certain terrifying message.Read more...
Heartbleed has made everyone think twice about online security – and one way you can stay safer is by using two-factor authentication.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/04/15/a-guide-for-two-factor-authentication-which-websites-offer-it-and-how-to-set-it-up/
Howard Williams, marketing director at Parker Software, explores how recent artificial intelligence mishaps show that AI still isn’t ready to take our jobs just yet.
If you aren’t GDPR compliant you’re likely to be in some serious trouble in the next few months.
Northern England, namely Manchester, is getting its first Amazon office.
If it happens, it will happen in 2020 or 2021, new reports claim.
In the data supply chain, businesses within the financial services space need to understand and to audit what happens to the data across the process.
Earlier this year, BlackBerry sued Facebook in the US for infringement of multiple patents, relating to various aspects of Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp & Instagram.
Developing a deep understanding of customers behaviours and preferences is the key to unlocking your data potential says Stuart Robb, CEO and founder of Equiniti Data.
The soft skills learned at a liberal arts college actually translate quite well to the field of IT.
Victims are usually clueless they're being attacked.
Improved connectivity, dual sim support and better security are just a few of the latest iPhone's features geared towards business users.
Last night around midnight, just before a few hundred beers, and a few dozen pizzas touched down, myself and TechCrunch’s Kyle Russell took a stroll through the Disrupt SF 2014 hackathon. Hackathons are odd things by the light of day, and even more so at night.
An anonymous reader writes Drupal has patched a critical SQL injection vulnerability in version 7.x of the content management system that can allow arbitrary code execution. The flaw lies in an API that is specifically designed to help prevent against SQL injection attacks.
如果想要把自行车骑出道路，你需要的是越来越大的轮胎。有没有一劳永逸的办法呢？Ron Schroer 发明了“一边滚一边走”的自行车，只要你不介意它慢。
Ahoy, Hungary and Croatia, TC is in town and we’d love to see you. As part of Startup AddVenture, we’ll be holding a mini pitch-off in Budapest and Zagreb.