TP-Link introduced the Kasa Spot, 24/7 Recording (KC400) and the Kasa Spot Pan Tilt, 24/7 Recording (KC410S) security cameras, offering crystal clear 2K HD video with secure local storage for continuous recording. TP-Link also introduced the Kasa Smart…Read More TP-Link introduces four smart home solutions for 24/7 whole-home security and control
Google Cloud and space tech company SpaceX have partnered to deliver data, cloud services, and applications to customers at the network edge using SpaceX’s Starlink satellite network.
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All that glisters is not gold/Often have you heard that told/Gilded tombs do worms enfoldRead More Beware fake online trading apps, on iOS as well as Android
Solar Security has unveiled a new release of its code analyzer – Solar appScreener 3.9, which now also supports Dart and thus retains leadership in the number of programming languages covered. Handling code scan details has become easier as users can e…Read More Code analyzer Solar appScreener 3.9 now supports Dart and CSV format
In the latest move to improve the privacy of the Chrome browser, Google is adding support for a new HTML tag that prevents user tracking by isolating embedded content from the page embedding it. […]Read More Google Chrome’s new privacy feature restricts online user tracking
Bugcrowd announced the expansion of its executive team with Nick McKenzie joining as Chief Information and Security Officer (CISO) and Sammie Walker as Chief Marketing Officer (CMO). The hires bring decades of information security and information techn…Read More Bugcrowd names Nick McKenzie as CISO and Sammie Walker as CMO
Google strives to push all its users to start using two-factor authentication (2FA), which can block attackers from taking control of their accounts using compromised credentials or guessing their passwords. […]Read More Google wants to enable multi-factor authentication by default
Google announced the future introduction of a privacy information section on the entries of Android applications listed in its Google Play Store digital distribution service starting with Q1 2022. […]Read More Google Play Store to add privacy information for all Android apps
How did the SCAM cryptocurrency become a success? Why is Google allowing government rip-off ads to still appear on search results? And why on earth is everyone suddenly spending millions of dollars on NFTs?
All this and much more is discussed in the…Read More Smashing Security podcast #226: Cryptocrazies and NFTs
Avatier announced the release of Avatier for Outlook, giving users passwordless Single Sign-On (SSO) and unified Identity Access Management (IAM) from within Outlook to make remote work more secure. Avatier for Outlook improves workforce efficiency by …Read More Avatier for Outlook offers passwordless Single Sign-On and IAM to improve workforce efficiency
Teradata announced a set of enhancements for Teradata Vantage on Google Cloud, making it easier for Teradata customers to use the Google Cloud services they prefer in a consumption pricing model. The platform enhancements highlight Teradata’s commitmen…Read More Teradata announces a set of enhancements for Teradata Vantage on Google Cloud
Adlumin announced that its platform will now integrate directly with Google Workspace, giving customers the ability to ingest crucial audit logs from their Google Workspace domains. Google Workspace is a suite of secure, cloud-native collaboration and …Read More Adlumin integrates with Google Workspace to give customers the ability to ingest crucial audit logs
More than 20 businesses worldwide have announced the creation of the Data Privacy Protocol Alliance (DPPA), to build a decentralized blockchain-based data ecosystem that provides consumers control of their data and competes against the entrenched data …Read More DPPA forms to build a decentralized blockchain-based data ecosystem
Trilio announced the availability of TrilioVault for Kubernetes (TVK) 2.1, the latest release of its cloud-native backup and recovery platform that enables restoration and mobility of entire Kubernetes workloads on-demand. TrilioVault for Kubernetes 2….Read More TrilioVault for Kubernetes 2.1 offers visibility and insights into Velero backups
DataStax announced that K8ssandra, an open-source distribution of Apache Cassandra on Kubernetes, is available on any Kubernetes environment including distro-specific integrations for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Google Kubernetes En…Read More DataStax K8ssandra now available on any Kubernetes environment
Google Chrome now hinders attackers’ efforts to exploit security bugs on systems with Intel 11th Gen or AMD Zen 3 CPUs, running Windows 10 2004 or later. […]Read More Google Chrome adopts Windows 10 exploit protection feature
In the latest effort to improve the web apps experience, Google appears to be working on a new API that will allow Chrome progressive web apps (PWAs) to ‘handle’ (read) files in the operating system’s file system. […]Read More Google Chrome is getting a new Progressive Web App feature
Avaya introduced new capabilities for Avaya OneCloud CCaaS that deliver better outcomes for customers by connecting voice, digital and AI applications using a single visual design environment. The graphical low code/no code conversation composer empowe…Read More Avaya OneCloud CCaaS connects voice, digital and AI apps using a single visual design environment
Google loses its domain in Argentina, how do gripe sites make their dough, and has John Deere solved the cybersecurity problem?
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by computer se…Read More Smashing Security podcast #225: Master of your domain, gripe sites, and John Deere Farmergeddon
Today, the City of Calgary announced a no-cost data-sharing partnership with the GPS navigation software app and Google subsidiary Waze as part of the Waze for Cities Data program.
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As an avid smartphone user, do you get frustrated at not finding the app you want on the…
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If there was one silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was the effect it had on India’s…
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Google and the Linux Foundation announced they are prioritizing funds to underwrite two full-time maintainers for Linux kernel security development, Gustavo Silva and Nathan Chancellor. Silva and Chancellor’s exclusive focus is to maintain and improve …Read More Google underwrites two full-time maintainers for Linux kernel security development
Together with the Linux Foundation, Google announced today that they would fund two Linux kernel developers’ efforts as full-time maintainers exclusively focused on improving Linux security. […]Read More Google funds Linux maintainers to boost Linux kernel security
For public health officials, contact tracing remains critical to managing the spread of the coronavirus — particularly as it appears that variants of the virus could be more transmissible. The need for widespread contact tracing at the start of t…Read More Researchers propose more secure and private mobile contact tracing
Google has brought the FPS (Frames Per Second), or frame rate, reading back to the Google Chrome FPS meter after users were upset about its removal. […]Read More Google Chrome rolls back FPS Meter changes after user complaints
Google has brought the FPS (Frames Per Second), or frame rate, reading back to the Google Chrome FPS meter after users were upset about its removal. […]Read More Google Chrome’s FPS meter shows frame rate again after complaints
The extended support includes more than 130 devices.
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Google is adding support for the Password Checkup service to Android applications through the passwords autofill feature to warn users if their saved passwords have been compromised or leaked in data breaches. […]Read More Google adds Password Checkup support to Android autofill
Google Chrome for iOS is getting a new privacy feature that lets you lock your opened Incognito tabs behind your iPhone’s Face ID or Touch ID biometric authentication features. […]Read More Chrome for iOS will let you lock Incognito mode with Face ID
Google Chrome for iOS is getting a new privacy feature that lets you lock your opened Incognito tabs behind your iPhone’s Face ID or Touch ID biometric authentication features. […]Read More New Chrome for iOS feature locks Incognito tabs with Face ID
Google revealed that Gmail users from the United States are the most targeted by email-based phishing and malware. A joint five-month study conducted by Google with Stanford University researchers analyzed over 1.2 billion email-based phishing and malware attacks against Gmail users to determine what are factors influence the risk of attack. Experts discovered that malicious […]
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Google has revealed earlier this week that Gmail users from the United States are the most popular target for email-based phishing and malware attacks. […]Read More Google: Gmail users from US most targeted by phishing attacks
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The risk of being targeted with email-based phishing and malware attacks is not evenly spread across geographic and demographic boundaries, Google and Stanford University researchers have discovered. Australian users are, for example, at a higher risk …Read More Which users are at higher risk of email-based phishing and malware?
Over the past decade, the firms that make up the so-called Big Tech have captured enough of the global economy to resemble industrial cartels from a bygone era. Amazon, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Microsoft form behemoths within their respective marke…Read More Big Tech will try to pre-empt harsh privacy laws by writing their own
This zero-day bug affects Chrome, as well as Edge and other Chromium-based browsers.Read More Chrome zero-day browser bug found – patch now!
Security researchers at Google have claimed that a quarter of all zero-day software exploits could have been avoided if more effort had been made by vendors when creating patches for vulnerabilities in their software.
Read more in my article on the …Read More Sloppy vendor patches are a breeding ground for zero-day exploits, says Google
COVID-19 is a stark reminder of longstanding inequities in our societies, and how policies need to pay specific…
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A roundup of UK focused Cyber and Information Security News, Blog Posts, Reports and general Threat Intelligence from the previous calendar month, December 2020.A suspected nation-state sophisticated cyber-attack of SolarWinds which led to the distribu…Read More Cyber Security Roundup for January 2021
“What are my kids doing online?” It’s a question that can give parents sleepless nights. With every generation,…
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The new release patches a total of eight vulnerabilities affecting the desktop versions of the popular browser.
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