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3D printed heads can now unlock phones

3D printers are rapidly gaining momentum in the manufacturing industry. Several subject matter experts concur that 3D printers may very well put several manufacturers out of business and render numero...  Read More

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Facebook, Google and WhatsApp plan for a robust encryption of user data

Leading instant message service providing companies – including Facebook, Google and Snapchat– are working on their own increased privacy technology as Apple fight...   Read More

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Amazon’s move towards payment space, applies for e-wallet licence

Online shopping giant ‘Amazon’ in an aim to build its presence in the payments space has applied for a semi-closed wallet licence with the RBI. A central bank committee...   Read More

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Malware hijacks big four Australian bank’s apps, steals two-factor SMS codes

Millions of customers of Australia’s largest banks are the target of a sophisticated Android attack which steals banking details and thwarts two-factor authentication securit...   Read More

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Now Kaspersky Lets You Control Your Phone’s Antivirus via Your Smartwatch

Kaspersky Lab unveils a new version of Kaspersky Internet Security for Android that, in addition to offering improved performance, speed and protection quality, includes an option ...   Read More

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IBM all set to purchase cybersecurity firm Resilient Systems

IBM Security plans to acquire private cybersecurity firm Resilient Systems, the computing giant said, as part of a move to expand its role in the incident response market. The sale...   Read More

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Kaspersky launches a new security platform to detect targeted attacks

While conventional security technologies are good at protecting against generic threats, targeted attacks are more difficult to handle. Kaspersky Lab is looking to combat this type...   Read More

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Gmail remodels itself with improved security features for Business Users

Google recently announced a number of new security features for Gmail users in the enterprise. Last year, the company launched its Data Loss Prevention (DLP) feature for&...   Read More

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Microsoft adds range of new security enhancements to its cloud offerings and Office365

Tech giant Microsoft adds a range of new security management and reporting features to its Office 365 and Azure cloud services as part of the company’s holistic app...   Read More

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Source code for prevailing Android banking malware got leaked

The proposed source code for a powerful Android malware program, that steals online banking credentials has been leaked according to reserchers with IBM has been leaked.The malware...   Read More

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Going 3-Dimentional; Nokia has robust plans on 5G, IoT and Network security

It’s changed days for Nokia as the former mobile phone giant used Mobile World Congress (MWC) to announce not a new range of smartphones, but a trio of tidbits centering...   Read More


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