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Eight reasons to use a VPN
By keeping your actions, your identity and your geographical location a secret, you can browse the web in the knowledge that you’re not being watched.
The key to machine learning in NAS solutions
With the power supplied by a GPU, any organisation can leverage the power of AI and machine learning.
Vodafone and Huawei join to demonstrate ONAP orchestration capabilities
“Interoperability between service providers forms the very foundation of our industry."
NordVPN launches dedicated Linux app
Most VPN providers offer Linux connectivity without the app support, and that is not always the easiest way, especially for beginners.
The best VPNs: How to safely transfer files
Finding the best VPN for torrenting and file transfer isn’t an easy task.
Why security suites are ousting traditional antivirus programs
In recent years, user privacy and security have become paramount, while criminals attempt to coerce, steal and manipulate users for their data.
Now you see me, now you don’t: Security beyond the physical network
A big shift in the way people work means organisations can no longer rely on the same legacy security models they have been using to date.
Android apps can track network connections - is it time to use a VPN?
“Apps can monitor network activity even without requesting any sensitive permissions."
A data center in a data center: 3 key features of NTT Communications' new facility
NTT Communications has announced the launch of its Tokyo No. 10 Data Center located in Mitaka.
Having the right connections: Are VPNs really fit for purpose?
Stuart Sharp says with remote working fast becoming commonplace in today’s business landscape, IT teams are being faced with a security conundrum.
57% of enterprises suspect their mobile workers have been hacked
iPass has released the results of a survey that sought to determine how companies are dealing with the trade-off between security and mobile workers.
Identity theft is on the rise — users must respond
Of course, identity theft isn’t a purely online phenomenon. Criminals can use details found in the post or from discarded documents.
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.
Norwood launches enterprise VPN security app
World Secure lets organisations easily adjust staff members’ VPN security profiles on the fly in response to evolving cybersecurity threats.
The cloud VPN market could be worth US$8 billion by 2022
The growing adoption is due to a high demand for virtual appliances or technologies...
Hands-on review: Norton WiFi Privacy
Is the Internet out to get you? Norton WiFi Privacy could be what you need.
Cybercrime: What to expect for the rest of 2017 and how to prepare
So far this year we have already borne witness to a multitude of serious cybercrime. NordVPN has provided insights for what the second half may hold.
Kiwis flirt with trouble through our love of public WiFi – here's how VPNs can make us safer
Public WiFi is an irresistible concept. The internet is at your fingertips, often at no cost, and your Facebook is just a tap away.
Here's how to put the net admin out of his (her) misery
Pity the poor network admin, already struggling with all the new tech hitting the corporate infrastructure.
Dropbox rolls out new features to boost security & visibility
Dropbox hopes the updates will give admin stronger user controls and increased visibility into their teams’ Dropbox usage.
Why a VPN is essential in Australia after the Metadata Retention Law
Use a VPN to protect yourself from the repercussions of the new data retention laws in Australia.
Can you ever be truly anonymous online?
"Privacy issues have taken another shape completely over the past year."
Internet privacy – can it get any worse?
It’s clear that 2016 was probably the worst year ever in online privacy. So, what can we expect in 2017?
The dangers of in-flight Wi-Fi: Airplanes 'unique' hacking grounds
"While the dangers of public Wi-Fi are already well known, the security issues of in-flight internet connections are still somewhat obscure."