Topic: legal

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Is Microsoft already killing off Windows 7?

It sure looks like it’s regretting promising 18 more months of support for Windows 10’s biggest competitor.

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Here comes BYOSD (bring your own smart display)

A new wave of Google Assistant-powered ‘home’ smart displays hits next month. And they’re coming to work.

The Human Factor: Keeping Your Cybersecurity Defence Strong and Secure

Most big surveys reckon that human errors are at the heart of security incidents.

How hackers use spam to maximize the impact of a cyber attack?

‘Spam’ is unsolicited email sent in massive quantities simultaneously to numerous users, generally trying to advertise or publicize certain products or services.

5 Critical corporate cybersecurity risks for SMBs

If you are the owner of a SMB, you cannot underestimate the importance of having a strong cybersecurity defence.

How to protect your server against ransomware attacks?

Many companies get scared and pay up the demanded ransom almost immediately which only leads to criminals getting more emboldened. 

Alexa for Business: What it does, how to use it

Voice-activated virtual assistants are showing up at home, in the car and – increasingly – in the office. Amazon hopes to further that trend by targeting Alexa for Business for the workplace. Here’s what it is and how it works.

Cryptomining spree: Apple bans mining apps on iOS

Apple has created new rules for app developers that ban the creation of cryptocurrency mining services on mobile devices.

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Apple and Google harden their smartphones against hackers and governments

As techniques used by criminals and law enforcement become known, the two leading smartphone makers are adapting to protect user data.

Ex-Talk Talk CEO shares lessons from massive 2015 data breach

Baroness Dido Harding, the former CEO of Talk Talk, opened Infosecurity Europe 2018 by warning other business leaders of the importance of board level input when it comes to security risks.

Microsoft lost its antitrust suit almost two decades ago. What would be different if it had won?

A lot has changed in the tech sector since 1998. How much of that change is due to the landmark decision against Microsoft?

Wake up call: Right time to secure your online data

According to investigations made by the American and the British media, Cambrige Analytica stole personal information from 50 million Facebook user profiles.