How many of you have anti-malware protection installed on your smartphones? I’ll bet it’s less than one in 10. I didn’t, until a year-and-a-half ago upon the prompting of a buddy who also happens to be a globally recognised cyber...Seguir leyendo »
Kids of all ages are using apps these days. Even the youngest of digital natives instinctively know how to play games, navigate book apps, and sometimes even download the apps themselves. This can be a great thing as long as...Seguir leyendo »
The basic definition of open source is one which says that the source code of a program can be freely downloaded, used, modified and redistributed by anyone. The open source applications are usually available for free however this does not...Seguir leyendo »
Several weeks ago, security researcher Dragos Ruiu publicly revealed the potential propagation of a type of malware between the computers in his laboratory via a medium that has been quite uncommon up to this point: the air. Preliminary investigation of...Seguir leyendo »
Today Telefónica Digital introduced a new line of proprietary products to protect the security of its users and companies on the internet and supplement its offerings in this area.
We use online services and our multiple online identities every day – accessing...Seguir leyendo »