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BlackBerry aims to secure IoT devices
BlackBerry announced that it has signed a technology and brand licensing deal for BlackBerry Secure.
Why urgent action is needed to protect privacy in cyberspace
Joseph Cannataci, who is exploring avenues for protecting cyberspace privacy, said it was both urgent and essential for countries to act together.
Watch out for a RealMe phishing scam in your inbox
The phishing email states that the user has a private message & they need to access their RealMe account. The web link takes users to a fake website.
Blueliv makes plea for cybercrime intelligence sharing across industries
With malware continually evolving, Blueliv says it's crucial that the 'good guys' begin to collaborate in the fight against cybercrime.
Are remote workers really the answer? Report finds huge security issues
The swelling generation of mobile workers is causing headaches for IT staff with more than half connecting to unsecured networks every week.
Haier is launching a new smart home integrated robot
Haier discussed its smart home-service robot strategy and officially announced its entrance into the service robot field.
Silicon Valley startup Illumio launches in APAC with new Sydney HQ
“The ability of bad actors to move freely inside data centres and the cloud has been a known security issue for more than a decade."
REPORT: Ransomware decreasing in quantity but increasing in potency
A new report from SonicWall has shed light on the current threat landscape with the company recording an astonishing 9.32b malware attacks in 2017.
GDPR is imminent but 69% of businesses can’t secure customer data
GDPR is looming (May 25) over the heads of IT staff throughout Europe and beyond but this survey found data is still not being managed properly.
NZ Commerce Commission warns consumers to stay away from dodgy ticket site
The Commission is investigating Viagogo and to date has received 228 complaints about the website.
Panasonic’s home security system aims to automate safety
Panasonic offers a range of smart home security products that aim to automate every aspect of home security.
Exclusive: Is cybersecurity losing because it’s too profit-focused?
“Given their pay is never guaranteed, cybercriminals are outperforming the 'good guys' in many particular aspects only because they are 'hungry'."
Expert: Farce involving Russia’s US elections breach needs resolving
Multiple US officials have announced the intelligence community had evidence that states had been compromised by Russia but didn't tell anyone.
Alloys to distribute Uniview IP surveillance in Australia
The agreement provides Alloys' customers with access to the complete Uniview IP video surveillance product lines in Australia.
Social media phishing on the rise as attackers experiment with tactics
The data suggests a pivot in tactics away from traditional cloud service providers.
Honeywell introduces indoor GPS
HBT create IoT products, software and technologies found in more than 150 million homes and 10 million buildings worldwide.
Hands-on review: Norton WiFi Privacy, is it worth the price?
Security threats are a major concern, and these threats are only becoming more prominent as we connect more devices to the internet.
Is the IoT putting Kiwis at risk?
New Zealand consumers are embracing IoT devices, but opening their homes to cybersecurity risks.
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?
We need to stop thinking about security and networks as separate
We can no longer treat network security like a house onto which we keep tacking on additions and performing makeshift patch jobs.
Despite H1 revenue drop, Hills expect a profitable year
Hills attributes the fall in revenue to the exiting of the unprofitable NBN satellite installation business and a shortfall in antenna sales.
Survey: Kaseya says MSPs underestimating GDPR despite focus on security
The seventh annual survey indicates that MSPs are increasingly focusing on security in regards to their value-add approach.
INTERVIEW: Kao Data celebrates new London data centre and chairman
After launching a data centre campus in London and hiring a new chairman, we spoke to Kao's COO about some of the technical aspects of the facility.
Kiwi startup helps disrupt major Aus crime ring
Auror, a New Zealand based company and the Police worked together to disrupt an organised retail crime ring in Melbourne.