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5G and Identity

5G Identity and Authentication 5G is the next generation of cellular mobile communications intended to support the massive increase in capacity and connectivity that will be required for the future cloud of things and to provide the enhanced bandwidth needed for new mobile data…

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The DON’Ts of IT in the Times of Crisis

Truly we are living in interesting times (incidentally, this expression, commonly known as “the Chinese curse”, has nothing to do with China). Just a couple of weeks ago the world was watching China fighting the coronavirus outbreak as something that surely can never happen…

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High Assurance MFA Options for Mobile Devices

In recent years much of the focus in the authentication space has been on MFA, mobile devices, and biometrics. Many technical advances have been made which also serve to increase usability and improve consumer experiences. There are a few reasons for this. MFA Multi-factor authentication…

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5G - How Will This Affect Your Organization?

What is it that connects Covent Garden in London, The Roman Baths in Bath and Los Angeles? The answer is 5G mobile communications used by media organizations. On January 29th I attended the 5G Unleashed event at the IET in London. (The IET is the body that provides professional accreditation…

Leadership Brief

Leadership Brief: 5G Impact on Organizations and Security - 80238

5G is the next generation of cellular mobile communications. It will provide the capacity and connectivity required to industrialize IoT, Smart Cities and Smart Manufacturing. This report explains what it is and its likely impact on organizations and their security.


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The Evolution of Endpoint Security: Beyond Anti-Malware

The Evolution of Endpoint Security: Beyond Anti-Malware

15 to 20 years ago, a virus scanner – or let me call it Endpoint Protection – on your private or corporate computer was standard. Today, you must also have something like a virus scanner on your endpoint device. But in 2020, is it sufficient to detect viruses, worms, and rootkits or botnets like we did in the past? There have been a lot of changes in the way attackers try to steal data, get access to your computers, or even block you from working with your computer. This [...]

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