Protecting Your Bottom Line from Cyber Risks

As global cyberattacks persist, cybersecurity is becoming a main focus in the C-suite. Gone are the days where it’s just a concern for IT teams. These rapid, sophisticated attacks across industries have demonstrated that cybersecurity is the responsibility of the entire organization as they seek to avoid the crippling effects associated with data breaches. Powered […]

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Facebook messenger falls victim to an anonymous crypto cousin of Bitcoin

With the booming value of digital currency, numerous hackers are rolling out schemes to unwittingly trap or trick more likely, the regular web users into mining for them. The most recent scheme to hoodwink people into mining cryptographic money is exploiting Facebook Messenger by means of some shrewd malware.The malware being distributed by means of […]

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Top hoax stories of 2017

As we prepare to bid our adieu to 2017, let’s have a look back at the year’s trending news points that took the globe by storm but were actually fake. This year, lots of fake news was widely shared across social media platforms right from Twitter to Facebook and WhatsApp. 1. Akash Ambani’s viral ‘wedding […]

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Apple Admits to Slowing Down Old iPhones, Faces Lawsuits

Earlier this week, in response to a blog post by John Poole at Geekbench, Apple revealed that the company actually does slow down their iPhones when they get older, a fact that has been long suspected by iPhone users. Apple said that it started the practice a year ago, to compensate for battery degradation, rather […]

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UK hounded 100 Hacking Groups

Intelligence services of United Kingdom are tracking the activity of 100 hacking groups from around the world who have tried to steal their sensitive data, Ciaran Martin, the head of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said Sunday. “The 100 [hacking] groups range from fully subordinate employees of the state… all the way to small […]

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Parents should be on guard against hackable toys

While Internet-connected toys are particularly appealing to a generation of tech-obsessed kids, security experts warn against the potential dangers of some of these flashy gadgets, such as the Bluetooth-enabled “My Friend Cayla” doll, which uses speech recognition technology to recognize a child’s speech and hold a conversation. In February, Germany’s telecommunications watchdog, the Federal Network […]

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