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IoT device makers have little faith in the security of their products

Devices are being churned out at record rates, but security remains “an afterthought”, says new study The public-facing stance of your average IoT device manufacturer when it comes to security is one of reassurance. But the overwhelming majority of IoT device makers fear the products they’re making are vulnerable to threats, according to a new… Read More


US judge orders Facebook to turn over data privacy records

An investor is seeking company records to probe potential mismanagement by directors at the social media giant A US judge has ordered Facebook to turn over internal records regarding data privacy and access to user data. The ruling in the state of Delaware involves an investor lawsuit seeking company records to investigate potential wrongdoing and… Read More


Putting tech to the test: Why VPNs no longer cut it in the cloud-native era
VPNs don’t meet any of today’s modern infrastructure and application requirements, says Galeal Zino, CEO at NetFoundry The requirements for high performance, secure connectivity are at an all-time high as enterprises embrace the cloud to develop and deploy modern applications. Within this new cloud-native world, traditional Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are still being relied upon.... Read More

Huawei takes US to court over security law

The firm’s chief legal officer Song Liuping rebukes “state-sanctioned campaign” against the company, says it will not improve cybersecurity Chinese tech giant Huawei has filed a motion in a US court challenging the constitutionality of a law that limits its sales of telecoms equipment, the latest action in an ongoing clash with Washington. Huawei’s chief… Read More


Fitbit-style USB tracker proposed to improve cyber diligence

Researchers are working on a prototype of a USB dongle that flashes, beeps and vibrates when security action is required Technology used in fitness trackers could hold the key to reducing cyber attacks, researchers say. The team, from the University of Bath and Goldsmiths, University of London, are investigating a device that plugs into a… Read More



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