Kaspersky finds employees are not careful enough with work data

A recent survey shows that employees who use personal devices for work are not as careful as they should be with data or even the devices themselves. Security firm Kaspersky said that once sensitive information is out of the hands of an organization, it’s important to keep contingencies in place. According to the survey, 73 …

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Five things about CMS websites you only learn the hard way

Content managed system or CMS websites like WordPress and Joomla have become very popular over the last few years. This makes perfect sense – not only do CMS websites take the hassle out of needing to reinvent the wheel every time you develop, but their DIY nature means that they’re accessible to cash-strapped entrepreneurs who …

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3 Warning Signs of A Breach – What Security Teams Should Be Looking For

Every company struggles to allocate security resources. It’s not that security pros don’t have the tools to improve their risk postures – it’s that they don’t have the time. Between hackers using a smoke-and-mirrors approach to manipulate enterprise attention and resources, unusual file access activity and user behavior patterns requiring consistent investigations, and account lockout …

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Hackers Can Remotely Record and Listen Calls from Your Samsung Galaxy Phones

If you own a Samsung Galaxy Phone – S6, S6 Edge or Note 4, in particular – there are chances that a skilled hacker could remotely intercept your voice calls to listen in and even record all your voice conversations. Two security researchers, Daniel Komaromy of San Francisco and Nico Golde of Berlin, have demonstrated exactly the same during a security conference in Tokyo. …

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Global internet population shoots to 3.2 billion- study

A facebook sponsored study has shown the number of internet users globally has grown significantly to 3.2 billion by the end of 2015. According to Facebook’s second annual “State of Connectivity” report, released late Sunday, 200 million people gained Internet access in 2015, due to “more affordable data and rising global incomes.” The report however …

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