As we steadily adopt smart devices into our lives, we shouldn’t forget about keeping them secured and our data protected. As we aim to make our lives simpler to manage, especially in this hurried day and age, we increasingly rely on our connected devices. With Internet of Things (IoT) and smart devices becoming cheaper and … More 5 steps to secure your connected devices
Throughout the 1990’s we saw vastly increased engineering being applied to sports, mostly in the development of shoes, clothing and equipment – everything from ice skates to bikes and even golf balls. But among all the bling of bubbles and pumps in shoes and aerodynamic helmets and balls, another transformation was taking place, the democratization … More Sports data for ransom – it’s not all just fun and games anymore
With more people working, learning and communicating remotely due to the coronavirus lockdowns, cybersecurity for mobile devices has never been more important. Individuals need peace of mind when using mobile devices, especially for the most sensitive apps that control finances and other important transactions. To provide this safety, ESET has improved their already award-winning ESET … More ESET launches version 6 of ESET Mobile Security for Android
Laptops, smartphones and tablets – most of today’s smart devices come with a built-in camera. Thanks to technological advances, it doesn’t matter if your friend lives down the street or on the other side of the world, their webcam lets you have an (almost) face-to-face chat anytime. Video calls, selfies, vlogging, and the little lenses … More Protect the privacy of your children and cover their webcams
Can a technological intervention stem the pandemic while avoiding the privacy pitfalls of location tracking? The UK Government recently announced that it was ceasing development of its current contact-tracing app; on the same day, the Canadian Government stated that it was developing one. All this in the same week that the Norwegian health authority had … More COVID‑19 contact tracing – technology panacea or privacy nightmare?