Tag: smart devices

This blog post was written by Nick Viney. You’ve probably heard the term ‘smart’ being placed in front of everyday objects such as watches, locks and even cars. Over the past couple of years, the term is being used more than ever as more devices become ‘smart’. These devices now impact nearly every aspect of ...
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I’ve been in this industry for over twenty years, and the advancements in cybersecurity over the last few years are unmatched. As an industry, we went from believing in a best-in-breed, siloed approach and now we understand our customers need a connected security architecture that can protect, detect, and correct. While we’ve made impressive advancements, ...
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Life before mobile banking just seems so rudimentary now. Trying to find your cheque book, those silly bank statements (which you know you put in a safe place), or even a carpark near the bank feels old school now. When banking became available online, the people cheered. What a huge time saver. But when banking ...
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CES 2017 (the Consumer Electronics Show) has come and gone once again, bringing with it the newest wearables, state-of-the-art tech platforms, robots, and all things IoT. And as connected devices displayed their illustrious potential throughout the event, they also come as an indication of parallel efforts to come from cybercriminals. Meaning, as technology evolves, so ...
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When thinking of cyber threats, malware, phishing, and data breaches typically come to mind. But as 2016 has shown us, threats don’t stop there. Cybercriminals are getting more and more creative and finding new, sophisticated methods of attack to access our data. One of the more successful methods as of late: attacking connected IoT devices ...
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“This Christmas I want a drone from Santa,” declared my 10-year old nephew, giving me a meaningful look. His sister chipped in, “And I want a smart watch.” My sister meanwhile picked up her head from her Kindle and groaned, “I want an automated home this Christmas!” Hmmm, OK! I get it technology has influenced ...
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