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Future Watch VI: Passwords are on their way out due to their vulnerability

 December 6, 2012

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Every individual who is active on the Internet has a secret to protect. This secret is usually just a few characters long and is commonly known as the password. But how effective can a password really be? Passwords are a 20th century creation that were effective back when there was...

Future Watch IV: Google Glass heralds the era of wearable computing

 July 4, 2012

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

At Google’s recent I/O conference, Sergey Brin orchestrated a compelling demonstration for Google Glass laced with skydivers, bikers, a 40,000 feet high video hangout and a race-against-time package delivery. Signs are definitely looking good for this futuristic technology as tech experts are raving about its potential. Google Glass, announced in...

Thinking of buying an Anti-spam product? Here’s a checklist

 July 3, 2012

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

When your organization decides to shell out money on an anti-spam product for network security, there are a few important things that should be considered. Choosing an anti-spam product that provides you the right kind of protection, is cost-effective and doesn’t eat up system resources falls on the high-priority list....

Potential security threats at London 2012 Olympics

 June 26, 2012

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

The London 2012 Olympics begin on July 27 and many security experts have issued warnings against potential threats. Thanks to the large amount of technology at people’s disposal this edition is being billed as the ‘first truly digital games’. 12 million cyber attacks were reported during the Beijing 2008 Olympics,...

A look into the latest security news

 June 22, 2012

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes

A lot changes in the security world with every passing day. Here is a brief roundup of some crucial developments that you may have missed out on. Twitter outage leaves millions speechless Bringing back memories of its nascent stage, Twitter crashed yesterday. Not once, but twice. The first crash occurred...

5 reasons why your Android Smartphone needs security

 April 6, 2012

Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

Andy Rubin, co-founder of Android, says that there are nearly 850,000 new Android devices activated on a daily basis since February 2012. Since its inception in 2007, Android has grown at a phenomenal rate and has inched closer to toppling the massive ecosystem that Apple founder, Steve Jobs initiated. At...