Privacy is Mainstream

A few months ago, we published research showing significant privacy actions are now mainstream. We’ve now done some follow-up research to further define this group of people who currently care deeply enough about their online privacy to take significant actions to try to protect it….

An Explanation of the Meltdown/Spectre Bugs for a Non-Technical Audience

Last week the news of two significant computer bugs was announced. They’ve been dubbed Meltdown and Spectre. These bugs take advantage of very technical systems that modern CPUs have implemented to make computers extremely fast. Even highly technical people can find it difficult to wrap…

Meltdown proves that the industry needs a better answer for protecting cloud content

Security researchers announced this week that they had discovered a significant vulnerability in almost every computer on the planet. This vulnerability – actually two related ones called Meltdown and Spectre – allow a malicious application running on a computer to peek into the memory of…

Top 10 Smart City Trends for 2018

Did you know that Smart Cities are poised to drive significant change in how we work, play and learn in 2018? Thanks to the explosion in big data analytics capabilities and mobile, real-time video/information sharing, historians may someday look back on this year as the…

Script-based cyber attacks and malware growing, claims survey

The past year has witnessed a significant increase in scripting attacks against small and medium businesses in 2017, a survey has indicated. According to WatchGuard’s latest Internet Security Report, cyber crooks are increasingly targeting small to medium-size businesses (SMBs) and distributed enterprises. Scripting attacks – including…

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