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How to set up two-step verification for your Gmail account

10 hours ago  by Darren Allan
How to set up two-step verification for your Gmail account
With the recent Gmail password spillage, many of you are doubtless thinking about security, and here’s one measure you can employ to make your Google account much stronger.

Edward Snowden reveals NSA tapping of Australia New Zealand undersea telecoms cable

13 hours ago  by Tom Phelan
Edward Snowden reveals NSA tapping of Australia New Zealand undersea telecoms cable
Edward Snowden has published documents that show the NSA's tapping of a major undersea telecommunications cable, while also accusing the New Zealand Prime Minister of misinforming the public.

Businesses are failing on security and good data practice

15 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Businesses are failing on security and good data practice
Protiviti has highlighted some major issues with its latest IT Security and Privacy Survey, including a lack of proper data and encryption policies.

Security compliance is necessary for real-time mobile data access

17 hours ago  by Mike Raggo
Security compliance is necessary for real-time mobile data access
In order to adapt security compliance to mobile, organisations must first understand the threats unique to mobile apps, content and devices, writes Mike Raggo of MobileIron.

Want to know if your Gmail account is open to hackers? There's an app for that

20 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Want to know if your Gmail account is open to hackers? There's an app for that
Google is an amazing company that offers many products and services that make our lives better. For example, Gmail, YouTube, Maps and Android help many people every day.

A vision of the future: Better security through Microsoft’s Cortana?

13 Sep 2014  by Guy Wright
A vision of the future: Better security through Microsoft’s Cortana?
With hacks and breaches becoming more rife, will we see digital assistants like Cortana become vital aspects of our personal security in the future?

Google plays down Gmail leak: Less than 2% of passwords currently valid

12 Sep 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Google plays down Gmail leak: Less than 2% of passwords currently valid
The search engine giant has reassured the five million Gmail account holders affected by the data breach and says that in most cases the information is no longer valid.

Why Apple needs to seriously rethink its security following the iCloud breach

12 Sep 2014  by Guy Wright
Why Apple needs to seriously rethink its security following the iCloud breach
Following the recent spate of high-profile hacks, we should be thinking about who will be held accountable when someone makes a mistake that results in a data breach.

The identity challenge: Would you pass?

11 Sep 2014  by Colin Miles
The identity challenge: Would you pass?
Managing personal and professional access has become increasingly difficult in an online world. We explain how both consumer and enterprise can tackle the problem.

Is your printer the most dangerous thing in your office?

11 Sep 2014  by Tom Phelan
Is your printer the most dangerous thing in your office?
Security for PC, mobile and tablet is a hot topic, but why is printer security so lax? HP has announced a new series of products to tackle the threat.

Gmail password leak: How to change your Gmail password

11 Sep 2014  by Paul Cooper
Gmail password leak: How to change your Gmail password
With the news that around five million Google Account credentials have been leaked online by hackers, everyone should learn how to change your Gmail password. Here's how.