How the rise of Apple is changing data recovery
The rise of Apple devices in the consumer world is now being mirrored in business, with employees increasingly likely to bring in their own devices to access corporate information. So how should organisations address the growing trends of self-selected access devices and the increasing preponderance of Apple in work?
Why you might need to rethink your internet security – now
These four steps can help you move beyond firewalls and antivirus systems.
Cybercrime on the rise, SMBs in the firing line
Local SMBs are failing to adequately protect themselves from rising cybercriminal activity, a new survey has found, increasing their chances of becoming victims to online data theft. Here are some expert tips for securing your valuable business information.
Hackers begin scamming in lead up to 2012 London Olympics
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London will mark the third time the city has hosted this event. When previous London Olympics were held in 1908 and 1948, cyberattacks weren’t even the stuff of science fiction. This time around, they’re a real concern.
How to protect your data in a foreign land
If you’re escaping the winter blues by heading overseas and plan to take your mobile phone, tablet PC or laptop along, there are few things you should watch out for. From sand and saltwater to pickpockets and poorly protected wireless networks, many dangers can befall your electronic companion.