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Unisys extends cyber protection to IoT and connected devices
Unisys has moved to include Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other internet connected equipment in the new version of its Unisys Stealth.
Is there an answer for soaring numbers of cyberbullying cases?
In the wake of the mass digitisation taking homes by storm, cyberbullying and online harassment has accelerated 60 percent with no signs of slowing.
How your smart home gadgets are putting you at risk – and what you can do about it
You wouldn’t openly leave your front door and your wallet open for burglars, so why would you leave your entire home unsecured from cyber threats?
Android's poor system update process is putting devices at risk
Singh says that even one year after Android 7.0 Nougat was released, only 17% of devices run the operating system. The statistics are poorer for 7.1.
AWS launches new IoT services for scale; brings Machine Learning to the Edge
“Many of the world’s largest IoT implementations run on AWS, and the next phase of IoT is all about scale.”
Two thirds of A/NZ businesses concerned about IoT and OT security
Enterprises across the globe are worried about the impact of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and operational technology (OT).
SOTI reports increased global revenue and partner growth
The launch of the SOTI ONE platform in May saw the company grow the number of customer trials by 57% from the previous year.
VMware and Google provide Chrome management capabilities
VMware's Workspace ONE will enable customers to manage Chrome devices from a single console.
10 Reasons you can’t ignore the Android revolution
No matter your workplace, you need a rugged device that won’t fail in the face of drops, spills, extreme temperatures, or dust and dirt.
IBM's new tool brings Watson to corporate device management
IBM has addressed device security and compliance issues by developing a new cognitive assistant, MaaSS360 Advisor, which is powered by IBM’s Watson.
Has IoT increased our exposure to cyber threats?
Cybersecurity is already top of the agenda for many corporate boards, but the scale and scope of the Internet of Things escalates security risk.