Has your Wi-Fi speed slowed down to a crawl? Here are some of the possible reasons along with a few quick fixes to speed things up. Wireless internet connectivity is a wonder of the modern age. There are few more ubiquitous technology protocols than Wi-Fi, the means via which radio signals sent from our router … More Why is my Wi‑Fi slow and how do I make it faster?
It pays to do some research before taking a leap into the world of internet-connected toys. The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we live and work. From smart pacemakers to fitness trackers, voice assistants to smart doorbells, the technology is making us healthier, safer, more productive and entertained. At the same time, it has also provided opportunities for … More Toys behaving badly: How parents can protect their family from IoT threats
The heavyweights are now moving into API security, cementing it as “A Thing”. As swarms of IoT gear, seeking richer data retrieval from their cloud mother ships, the more robust – and more potentially dangerously hackable – API interfaces get a fresh push toward center stage. With Google’s API security initiative Apigee, API security is growing … More API security moves mainstream
ESET a global leader in digital security, today announces the launch of a new initiative, ‘Heroes of Progress’ – where it will be searching for visionary thinkers who have contributed to progress across a variety of industries, with technology at the core of the progress made. Behind all forms of progress, sits a team of … More ESET launches a global search for ‘Heroes of Progress’, looking for the most progressive minds of the 21st century
Should you beware of wearables? Here’s what you should know about the potential security and privacy risks of your smartwatch or fitness tracker. Smartwatches, fitness trackers and other wearables are fast becoming almost as familiar to us as our mobile phones and tablets. These connected gadgets do much more than tell the time. They track our health, … More Every breath you take, every move you make: Do fitness trackers pose privacy risks?