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BB10 gets NATO consent for tethered communication

BB10 gets NATO consent for tethered communication

PTI MUMBAI, OCT 3:   Struggling smartphone-maker BlackBerry today said it has received NATO approval to use its BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10 (BES10) and BB10 smartphones for classified communications up to…

The chipmaker Intel to acquire security networking firm Sensory Networks

The chipmaker Intel to acquire security networking firm Sensory Networks

For extension of its security capabilities Intel has acquired Sensory Networks for $20 million. Intel Corporation has made some big bets on security technology. Sensory Networks was founded as a…

CCTNS: Real-time sharing of crime and criminal information

CCTNS: Real-time sharing of crime and criminal information

Crime and Criminals Tracking Network and Systems- CCTNS There has been a paradigm shift in the fundamental concept of governance in the recent years. More emphasis is now being given…

No organization is immune from cyberwarfare: What should be security practices

No organization is immune from cyberwarfare: What should be security practices

Defending networks isn’t a new concept. We’ve known how to implement prevention, detection, and response controls for years. The challenge we face is the lack of will to do what’s…

Government of India may ban Gmail services

Government of India may ban Gmail services

ICTpost News Network The Government of India will reportedly ask all its employees to stop using Gmail for communication purposes to increase the security of confidential information, amid revelations by…

Britain has secret West Asia web surveillance base, says report

Britain has secret West Asia web surveillance base, says report

PTI LONDON, AUG 23:   Britain is running a secret Internet surveillance station in West Asia, a report said citing the latest leaked documents obtained by fugitive US security contractor Edward…

Hackers who hit US media are back

Hackers who hit US media are back

PTI WASHINGTON, AUG 13:   The hackers who penetrated the computer network of The New York Times last year have resurfaced with an attack on “an organisation involved in shaping economic…

Wi-Fi routers are Ripe for Hacking

Wi-Fi routers are Ripe for Hacking

ICTpost News Network The state of security for most home Wi-Fi networks was nearly non-existent only a few years ago. This prompted the Wi-Fi Alliance to establish a new simple…

No Secure Haven on Internet, NSA can Pick-up It All

No Secure Haven on Internet, NSA can Pick-up It All

The Guardian.com A top secret National Security Agency program allows analysts to search with no prior authorization through vast databases containing emails, online chats and the browsing histories of millions…