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Google One VPN is shutting down, but there’s already a better alternative

Considering the state of the internet today, I think having a premium VPN app on your devices should be as big a priority as creating unique passwords for each web property and saving them into a premium password manager app. A virtual private network will anonymize your internet traffic, protecting your IP address and preventing…

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EMEA security spend will have another boom year in 2024

Security services and technology have again maintained the number one priority for IT spending across the EMEA region, according to this year’s Technology spending intentions research from TechTarget and ESG, to the extent that it’s also leading investment in areas beyond merely cyber, including networking, infrastructure, applications (DevSecOps) and generative artificial intelligence (GenAI). With 48%…

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Proton Pass Plus is getting cheaper

In a matter of days, we learned not just about one but two massive password data breaches. One involved millions of leaked passwords, while the other concerned some 26 billion records, including passwords and other personally identifiable information.If you still don’t use a password manager to safely store all the passwords for your online accounts…

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British Library cyber attack explained: What you need to know

At the end of October 2023, the UK’s national library, the British Library, took to social media to inform users that it was experiencing disruption to its services following an IT outage. Over the next few weeks, it emerged that the venerable institution had fallen victim to a ransomware cyber attack, and that its data…

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Zero-trust principles: Your gateway to securing remote workers

The concept of working ‘on any device from anywhere’ is not new, but the Covid-19 pandemic brought the security challenges of remote working into sharp focus. For many enterprises the immediate issue was enabling a suddenly home-based workforce (many of whom had no previous experience of working away from the immediate office environment) to stay…

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Beyond the office walls: Safeguarding remote workers from attack

As we all know, the flexibility and convenience to work from anywhere has been welcomed by us over the past few years. But with this greater adoption of remote working comes an inevitable change in the risks that us as both individuals and employees face. In an office environment it is fair to assume that…

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tvOS 17: Features, release date, Apple TV compatibility, more

tvOS 17 is Apple’s newest Apple TV and HomePod operating system. After two years of minor updates, the Cupertino firm finally gave keynote time for this operating system and announced several new features. Here’s what we know about the company’s biggest update yet for the Apple TV software, tvOS 17.FeaturesImage source: AppletvOS 17 focuses on…

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Proton’s Visionary plan is back in time to try the new Mail desktop app betas

Swiss software developer Proton has been on fire recently, delivering exciting updates for its various end-to-end encrypted apps. Strong encryption is the key feature of Proton software, and all you need to get started is a Proton Mail account. That’s the first app that Proton made, a great Gmail alternative that offers end-to-end encrypted email…

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Proton Drive might help me ditch Google, and it now has a Mac app

Swiss software developer Proton’s first app was the end-to-end encrypted Proton Mail that launched in 2014. It’s a great alternative to Gmail, though having a Google account has its perks; Gmail is just one of Google’s many useful apps. The downside of using the free Google apps is that you pay for them with your…

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An inside look at a Scattered Spider cyber attack

Threat researchers at ReliaQuest have shared intelligence on how one of the organisation’s customers was impacted by a cyber attack originating via the Scattered Spider group that has made a speciality of abusing identity and authentication services to attack its victims, and has left cops struggling to respond. The highly dangerous English-speaking group is also…

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