Family Safety

IoT Lockdown: Ways to Secure Your Family’s Digital Home and Lifestyle

If you took an inventory of your digital possessions chances are, most of your life — everything from phones to toys, to wearables, to appliances — has wholly transitioned from analog to digital (rotary to wireless). What you may not realize is that with this dramatic transition, comes a fair amount of ...

Consumer

The ‘Beginners Guide To IoT’

This blog post was written by Nick Viney. You’ve probably heard the term ‘smart’ being placed in front of everyday objects such as watches, locks and even cars. Over the past couple of years, the term is being used more than ever as more devices become ‘smart’. These devices now ...

Enterprise

An Unmatched Customer Experience

I’ve been in this industry for over twenty years, and the advancements in cybersecurity over the last few years are unmatched. As an industry, we went from believing in a best-in-breed, siloed approach and now we understand our customers need a connected security architecture that can protect, detect, and correct. ...

Family Safety

How To Bank Smart On Your Smartphone

Life before mobile banking just seems so rudimentary now. Trying to find your cheque book, those silly bank statements (which you know you put in a safe place), or even a carpark near the bank feels old school now. When banking became available online, the people cheered. What a huge ...

Family Safety

Is Rapid Tech Growth Leaving Your Family’s Digital Safety in the Dust?

It’s an exciting time to be alive, no doubt. We’ve evolved from tech enthusiasts to social connectors, to a to a culture steeped in a sophisticated digital lifestyle. Ease, speed, and efficiency drives every purchase. Still, the inconsistency hums: The more connected our families become, the more insecure we can ...

Executive Perspectives

If we can’t trust technology we won’t (and shouldn’t) use it

Walking this year’s Mobile World Congress I am no longer thrown by the devices, gadgets and flashy booths, but completely mystified at how we as an industry continue to hype up the idea of a truly connected world without addressing one of the most important pieces – security. As someone ...

Consumer Threat Notices

From Smart Shoes to Safe Routers: Innovation Shines Bright at CES 2017

CES 2017 (the Consumer Electronics Show) has come and gone once again, bringing with it the newest wearables, state-of-the-art tech platforms, robots, and all things IoT. And as connected devices displayed their illustrious potential throughout the event, they also come as an indication of parallel efforts to come from cybercriminals. ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Securing Today’s Connected Home

When thinking of cyber threats, malware, phishing, and data breaches typically come to mind. But as 2016 has shown us, threats don’t stop there. Cybercriminals are getting more and more creative and finding new, sophisticated methods of attack to access our data. One of the more successful methods as of ...

Consumer

Securing Those ‘Hackable Holiday Gifts’

“This Christmas I want a drone from Santa,” declared my 10-year old nephew, giving me a meaningful look. His sister chipped in, “And I want a smart watch.” My sister meanwhile picked up her head from her Kindle and groaned, “I want an automated home this Christmas!” Hmmm, OK! I ...

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