Global trusted leader, iStorage, unveils new USB Type-C, PIN protected, hardware encrypted flash drive

iStorage launches datAshur PRO+C with Type-C USB interface, pending the new FIPS 140-3 Level 3 certification and available for pre-order. iStorage, the global trusted leader in hardware encrypted portable data storage devices... Read more »

Barracuda threat report reveals spike in ransomware to more than 1.2 million per month

New fourth-annual research report analyses ransomware attack patterns that occurred between August 2021 and July 2022 Highlights:   In the past 12 months, Barracuda researchers identified and analysed 106 highly publicised ransomware attacks and... Read more »
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StorONE Intros New Pricing Model, Enhances Security

StorONE's new pricing model rewards the use of the highest-density flash and hard-disk drive up-front and in the future. Read more »

Cyber fears as Highways Agency lose 125 electronic devices

Highways England, the public body in charge of maintaining and improving motorways and major roads in England, has misplaced over one hundred key devices, including hard drives, laptops and iron key storage... Read more »

Warehouse Security: Keeping your customers data safe

Security needs to be a high priority for warehouses. They have long been obvious targets for thieves. Now, they are also targets for cybercriminals. Fortunately, it is still possible to implement effective... Read more »

3 reasons why CCTV for business does more than deter thieves

CCTV is now accessible even to small businesses. In fact, it has become a must-have for businesses of all sizes. This is largely due to its ability to deter thieves. It can,... Read more »

Is There Still A Place for Paper In 2021?

The COVID19 pandemic forced many businesses to take remote working more seriously than ever before. Companies which were already well along the path to digitization generally found the transition a whole lot... Read more »

Cyber Extortion – Ransom Amounts, Dynamics, and Milestones

The ransomware phenomenon has gone through nosedives and eyebrow-raising spikes since it went pro in 2013. Despite all the dramatic fluctuations over the years, it continues to be the most prolific and... Read more »

Security Concern: Smart Bots Are All Around the Web

According to the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), three bot attacks mimicking human behavior to perpetrate online scams are currently underway. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies have reached an... Read more »

Security vs Post it notes and other ‘stickies’

Post it notes and other ‘stickies’ are great for making a quick reminder and sticking it on your PC screen, someone’s office door or whatever. They are hard to miss, usually bright... Read more »