Sternum & ChargePoint secure Home Flex against IoT vulnerabilities
In a bid to combat IoT vulnerabilities, security firm Sternum collaborates with ChargePoint to enhance the protection of ChargePoint Home Flex, following the uncovering of significant security flaws.
Canonical and Intel partner for secure computing in Ubuntu OS
Intel and Canonical join forces to strengthen data security in the Ubuntu OS, using Intel's Trust Domain Extensions technology.
TrustInSoft enhances its software analyser with memory mapping feature
TrustInSoft has upgraded its software analyser with a pioneering memory mapping feature, increasing precision in hardware analysis.
NetRise launches Trace: Revolutionising XIoT security with AI-powered search
NetRise unveils Trace, a revolutionary AI-powered search tool for identifying compromised assets in Extended IoT security.
Eclypsium pioneers solution to measure risk in digital supply chain security
Eclypsium launches the industry's first solution to measure IT infrastructure risk in the digital supply chain.
Absolute Software launches application health feature for robust cyber security
Absolute Software unveils Absolute Application Health, enhancing cyber resilience by robustly monitoring app health.
Absolute Software expands application resilience ecosystem
This expansion will empower joint customers to strengthen cyber resiliency and fortify over 80 mission-critical security and business tools.
Absolute’s Persistence tech in Insyde’s Snapdragon platforms
Insyde extends Absolute’s secure device management and self-healing endpoint capabilities to a broader range of enterprise-ready devices.
Absolute Software extends persistence technology to Trellix
Customers can benefit from Absolute’s firmware-embedded connection, ensuring that Trellix's endpoint protection solution remains effective and healthy.
Firmware attacks significant threat in age of hybrid work
Changing workforce dynamics are creating new challenges for IT teams around firmware security, according to new research.
How to prevent ransomware devastation
The devastating effects of ransomware have grown over the past two decades from opportunistic to carefully orchestrated attacks.
Getac launches new app expanding Android ecosystem
Getac launches OEMConfig app for its new range of rugged tablets, expanding its dedication to the Android system.
A lesson on UEFI 101 and why you need it scanned for security
UEFI scans a must for PC security, experts urge as threats rise.
Apple's EFI firmware updates leave systems vulnerable
Duo Security's study finds troubling gaps in Apple's EFI firmware updates, leaving many Macs exposed to potential sophisticated cyber threats.
iOS gets another round of critical security updates to block major security holes
Apple’s iOS 10.3.3 has undergone an urgent update after massive security holes were discovered in many of the system’s functions.
Global cyber security highs and lows of 2016
Before the close of 2016, Symantec discovered a number of new cyber security trends, helping banish a number of old and new threats.
ESET discovers 'disturbing' router security issues
At least 15% of home routers in the UK are unsecure, with weak passwords and software vulnerabilities, according to research by ESET.
Accelerated Concepts fires up local channel for 4G failover routers
4G failover router vendor Accelerated Concepts has signed NPS as its master reseller for Australia and New Zealand as it gears up for a channel push.
Upgrades: Too much trouble, too expensive or too important to ignore?
The easiest, most effective and least damaging method of protecting your school’s digital assets is to not get compromised in the first place.
Multiplayer and Party Updates for Xbox One
Xbox One's major update to revolutionise multiplayer and party experiences, promising simpler chat and better friend integration by March.
Microsoft: Windows 7 battery fears unfounded
Microsoft has rejected claims that Windows 7 is a battery hog, or is delivering false warnings about faulty or depleted batteries in laptop computers.