Apple, Google, and Facebook have stood the test of time—so far. But will the tech titans really live forever? Yes, according to Steve Wozniak. The Apple co-founder believes all three entities will grow …
Cloud-based services provide alternatives to traditional IT infrastructure with substantial security advantages. Cloud services offer varying levels of shared responsibility for security. What does it mean for your organization?
Endpoint protection – not the #sexiest of subjects? However, a vital one for your business security. And one that most businesses spend a lot of time and resources on. Yet, as we have seen several times in the news, all types of companies get breached, with severe consequences.
Finlandese, è Chief Research Officer di F-Secure. Il suo talk The Internet is on fire, in cui spiega i rischi della rete per la privacy delle persone, è divenuto virale. Sarà sul palco del Wired Next Fest milanese, dal 26 al 28 maggio
Overconfidence in technology is leaving companies exposed to phishing and other attacks that prey on humans, as evidenced by red team tests where 52 percent of employees clicked on a link in a fake email.
A false flag operation – pretending to be someone else while conducting spycraft or warfare – is an age-old tactic. With the advent of cyber espionage and digital warfare, those maneuvering in the virtual domain can use false flags.
For many organisations, traditional on-site endpoint security products can be expensive and difficult to manage - even more so when a multitude of device types must be protected The Protection Service for Business (PSB) from F-Secure comes to the rescue as a cloud security solution that delivers a centralised web portal with support for an impressive range of systems and devices.
Criminal gangs are turning over millions from breaching businesses - but the organisations with the biggest budgets are the intelligence agencies of nation states. How seriously should your organisation take cyber espionage? Computerworld UK speaks with Jarno Niemela, senior security researcher at F-Secure.
Will you bother updating your internet-connected toaster? Image: iStock Billions more everyday items are set to be connected to the internet in the next few years, especially as chips get cheaper and cheaper to produce — and crucially, small enough to fit into even the smallest product. Potentially, any standard household item could become connected …
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