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  • Smart home device
    Cisco believes will have 50 billion devices connected to the internet of things (IoT) by 2020. The popular view seems to veer between visions of beneficial 24/7 health monitoring to a fear that we may be sleepwalking into Orwell’s 1984.
  • Woman In Underpass
    With so much more malware now being designed specifically to exploit mobile device vulnerabilities, the protection of businesses from this recent security scourge has risen up the agenda of many a CIO. Sean Newman, Security Strategist, Cisco, investigates.
  • Castle On Island
    Information security used to be simple. We locked doors, bolted windows, and that was sufficient. We took our cues for IT security architecture design from the same places, castles, walls, defence in depth, onion models, and network security based models positioned against external attack. These risks are not entirely the whole story says Ralph O’Brien MBCS.
  • Children Map Reading In Back Of Car
    In an age of increasing numbers of cyber threats businesses and individuals alike need to become more security savvy. But in today’s increasingly complex digital environment can information security really mitigate against larger scale attacks?
  • Hackers Laptop
    The concern over remote administration tools known as RATs, which are used to spy on computer users without their knowledge, is growing. Lawrence Jones, CEO at UKFast, explains how RATs are used and how to prevent attacks on your computer.

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