Ransomware in disguise
Qualcomm has unveiled its latest ultrasonic fingerprint solution at Mobile World Congress Shanghai that can be embedded under the display with Chinese phone maker Vivo the first to use it.
A WA Auditor General's report probed applications at five government entities and found none were completely satisfying his information security benchmark, with the Chemistry Centre's passwords easily cracked.
Security experts have said the Petya malware is out to irrecoverably wipe information, not hold to it to ransom.
In the SD-WAN race, every horse believes it has some form of "special sauce". Picking a winner looks tough. Looks like I am going to need a few more jockeys.
North Atlantic alliance is moving cyber into the domain of the military, alongside land, sea, and air capabilities.
7,500 fines have already been cancelled across the state in the wake of the WannaCry ransomware.
Windows is not without certain issues and flaws. Like any operating system it has been exposed to numerous vulnerabilities, both deliberate (viruses) and unintentional (exploitable holes in programs or...
The City of Las Vegas will use Cisco's solutions to collect and analyse data across environment, traffic, water, crowd control, transit, lighting, waste management, security, and parking in its bid to become a smart city.
Real-time information for public transport in New South Wales is now available on Google Maps.
The ruling, requiring Google to de-index a company's website globally, sets a dangerous precedent, some internet freedom advocates warn.
Cisco has launched its IoT Threat Defense suite, consisting of network segmentation, cloud security, malware protection, firewalls, network behaviour analytics, device visibility, and remote access control.