Posts Tagged ‘cloud computing’

Trusting in mobile identity in Asia

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Posted on 16th Jun 2014 by in Mobile

What’s the one thing you can’t leave your house without: your wallet, or your house keys? Chances are it’s your mobile device.

What is digital security?

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Posted on 19th May 2014 by in Enterprise Security

A question that many an individual, firm or hacker grapples with. Given the rapid transformation of the digital landscape, it’s only natural that security has evolved at a similar speed, requiring us all to stay abreast of the latest developments and to ensure we have digital security. We believe that digital security is really all […]

How valuable is your boss?

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Posted on 25th Apr 2014 by in Enterprise Security

Anyone who works in a corporate environment knows that the CEO is often considered one of the most valuable assets within an organization, with access to contacts, sensitive and confidential information and knowledge of the wider industry. Many high-flying executives who travel a lot have chauffeur-driven cars or are given charter flights to minimize the […]

Personal Cloud computing – A Luxury or Necessity?

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Posted on 29th Jul 2013 by in Mobile

Personal cloud applications and services are on the rise, but has it hit the mainstream audience yet? With an increased number of devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and a plethora of other connected devices (including the growing number of smaller devices with less physical storage space), personal clouds are becoming more than a luxury. […]

We are at GITEX Technology Week 2012

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Posted on 16th Oct 2012 by in M2M

GITEX Technology Week 2012 has begun. If you haven’t come across GITEX before, you’re sure to hear more about it this week and in the years ahead, as it is the largest show on new technology in the Middle East, attracting 138,000 visitors. With high mobile penetration and a young population with an appetite for new […]

Smartphone Security: The Power of Small, Smart… and Safe

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Posted on 20th Jun 2012 by in Corporate

Smartphones are spreading like wildfire, with Australia, the UK, Sweden, Norway, Saudi Arabia and the UAE all boasting smartphone adoption rates above 50% and, according to Nielsen in February 2012, almost half of all US mobile subscribers now also own smartphones – an increase of 38% compared with 2011. Smartphones are fast replacing feature phones and […]

What’s more important than social media or cloud computing? Mobile security.

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Posted on 27th Apr 2012 by in Corporate

According to a private survey of B2B companies by SAP, social media and cloud computing rank as important tech trends to watch, but the most important is (drum roll): mobile. What? But there’s no massive paradigm shift, or the chance to spawn hundreds of new startups! No, it seems that we are just simply on […]

RSA 2012 – Keeping the Cloud secure

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Posted on 1st Mar 2012 by in Enterprise Security

RSA 2012 is the biggest event in the security calendar. I’m here in San Francisco immersing myself in a buzz of activity and discussion about the latest cyber threats, data breaches, risk management and cloud security. But despite all the hustle and bustle I can’t keep away from my favourite blogs and wanted to share […]

CES 2012: Another exciting year ahead for authentication technology

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Posted on 20th Jan 2012 by in Enterprise Security

In the world of consumer electronics, there is only one place to be at the beginning of each year – the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. CES is where the world’s largest tech companies come to show off their latest innovations and CEOs come to cast their vision of what is coming next. This […]

Are passwords dead yet?

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Posted on 29th Sep 2011 by in Corporate

Despite frequent reports of email hacks and enterprise data breaches, the username and password method for authentication is still one of the primary security measures used today. How do we create secure online identities?