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  • 75% of mobile apps will fail basic security tests

    15.09.2014

    Through 2015, more than 75 percent of mobile applications will fail basic security tests, according to Gartner.

  • Using thermal imaging for security

    11.09.2014

    Do you work in counter surveillance or physical penetration testing? The physical security field in general? If yes, have you considered using a thermal imaging camera to help you in your work? A thermal imaging camera is a camera that operates in the infrared spectrum, and shows you the temperature of objects in its field of view.

  • California phone kill-switch law could lead to abuse

    27.08.2014

    On Monday, California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill (SB 962) that will require any smartphone sold in the state after July 1, 2015, to include a software or hardware (or both) "kill switch" that "can render inoperable the essential features of the smartphone to an unauthorized user", i.e.

  • D-Link releases DWL-8610AP Wi-Fi AP with security features

    25.08.2014

    D-Link announced the DWL-8610AP, a new high power, 802.11ac unified wireless access point.

  • Using the iStorage datAshur Personal secure USB flash drive

    20.08.2014

    The iStorage datAshur Personal is a PIN-activated USB flash drive designed for everyday use, both private and corporate.




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Biggest ever cyber security exercise in Europe is underway

Posted on 30 October 2014.  |  More than 200 organisations and 400 cyber-security professionals from 29 European countries are testing their readiness to counter cyber-attacks in a day-long simulation, organised by the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA).


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