Category: New Technology

April 11: Webinar – Why Businesses Need Encryption and 2-Factor Authentication Now
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April 11: Webinar – Why Businesses Need Encryption and 2-Factor Authentication Now

EVENT DETAILS Wednesday, April 11, 2018 11:00 AM – 12 PM Pacific Standard Time Not Optional: Why Businesses Need Encryption and 2-Factor Authentication Now In the security marketplace, data encryption and two-factor authentication (2FA) are often viewed as optional extras—nice to have, but certainly not a necessity. Or, they’re viewed as relevant only for businesses...

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Acunetix Online Announces Major Update

Acuentix has released a major update to Acunetix Online (formerly Acunetix OVS). Acunetix Online now possess all the features and benefits found in Acunetix On Premise, including: Integrated vulnerability management, greater manageability of threats and targets and the integration of popular WAFs and Issue Tracking systems. Acunetix Online also features a brand new UI for...

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Space Wars – Attack of the Clouds

Great article, explaining the benefits (and comparison) between Dropbox and Copy.com. Also gives atopis on how to get an extra space on either account at no additional costs. < Click Here For Full Article >

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Microsoft unveils free preview version of Windows 8 OS

Microsoft on Thursday rolled out a near-complete version of its new operating system Windows 8 for consumers to try out, another key step in the company’s effort to reboot its flagship software for a computing era dominated by mobile gadgets such as Apple’s iPhone. Microsoft in recent months has launched early test editions of Windows...

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ESET Smart Security 6 Beta (32-bit)

ESET Smart Security6 is a preview build of ESET’s lightweight yet full-featured internet security suite. The package comes with everything you’d expect from this kind of tool. There’s a strong antivirus engine with effective real-time protection; a smart firewall detects and blocks remote attacks; web access and anti-phishing modules keep you safe online; and you...

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IBM red-faced after handing out infected USB drives

You might get more than you bargained for if you attend a security conference. IBM shocked delegates at the Australian AusCERT conference  in Queensland by handing out USB sticks infected with malware. < Click Here For Full Article >

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Google TV Coming This Fall

TV for Google isn't a hobby. It's a new market for the company and for Android developers. TV is converging with the Web. It's the place where $70 billion is spent every year on ads in the U.S. alone.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt showed up at the Google IO developer conference on Thursday with the CEOs of six other major companies to emphasize the seriousness of Google's effort to integrate the Web and television.