Microsoft Corp’s chief security officer for Asia, Pierre Noel, believes that the ‘Snowden Revelations’ have proven to be a blessing for the company, waking it up and forcing it to get its act together.
Brocade has announced what it claimed was the industry's first native port-based encryption functionality for modular routers.
International commercial lawyer Matthew Hunter looks at why we have privacy laws, and explains who the laws are good for.
The launch of Acronis Access 7, a mobile content management (MCM) and file sync and share solution, late last year is in many ways a natural reaction to the changing nature of the data management market.
Palo Alto Networks has revealed details of a backdoor contained in millions of Android-based mobile devices sold by Coolpad, one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers based in China.
Out to help retail players take baby steps towards using digital to reach consumers Micro-location technology used for proximity marketing, analytics, insights and more
Kaspersky Lab said that three months after it published its threat forecast for 2014, all three of the ‘end-user forecasts’ it experts had predicted were confirmed.
Over half of adults in the United States send or receive intimate content including video, photos, emails and messages, according to a survey by McAfee.
Dr Jeremy Malcolm looks at efforts to develop a common, interoperable system for e-payments, the need for such a system, and how it may affect consumers.
Businesses and data users have three months from November 15 to ensure compliance Enforcement of the PDPA also introduces four new subsidiary legislations