Pokemon fans accidentally wander over US-Canada border
Barracuda Expands Intronis MSP Solutions Security Offerings
Crypto-Ransomware Attacks are Now Targeting Corporate Users
New Kaspersky Lab Report Shows Crypto-Ransomware Attacks Against the Corporate Sector Have Increased Nearly Six Times
IBM Launches Cloud Services for Blockchain on Industry Most Secure Server
New cloud environment for business-to-business networks allows companies to test performance, privacy and interoperability of blockchain ecosystems
Gartner Says Worldwide Security Software Market Grew 3.7 Percent in 2015
Worldwide security software revenue totaled $22.1 billion in 2015, a 3.7 percent increase in from 2014, according to Gartner, Inc.
Google Blasts Symantec for Flaws that Put Millions of Firms at Risk
Enterprises that depend on Symantec’s antivirus products to protect their networks may want to rethink their strategies.
Chinese Cyberattacks on the decline
It may seem like the number of hacking attempts increases every year, but the number of attacks originating from within the borders of at least one country have declined in the past year, according to a new study by network security firm FireEye.
How Cyber Terrorists Recruit Hackers--and How They Can Resist
SugarCRM Taps IBM Cloud for Enhanced Security, Privacy and Control
The Sugar platform can now be deployed on dedicated and private clouds from IBM for greater security, data isolation and performance
GCKey provides individuals and businesses with electronic credentials for securely interacting with Government of Canada online services
Zentera Systems to Demonstrate CoIP Deployments with Alliance Technology Group at Upcoming Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2016
Keeping your Twitter account safe
Over the past days and weeks we’ve responded to several issues, including reports of leaked Twitter @names and passwords as well as potential collateral damage from the numerous breaches of other websites.
Intel Security reveals security risks associated with unsafe online search trends
New Study Indicates 88 Percent of Consumers Consider Dangers but Click Promotional Diet and Fitness Pop-Ups Regardless
Mark Zuckerberg social media accounts hacked
Kaspersky Lab Survey Shows Consumers Do Not Know About Ransomware
Survey results further showed that 44 percent confessed that they did not know what data or information could be stolen in a ransomware attack
Three Canadian universities to help IBM Watson tackle cybercrime
IBM Security announced the start of pioneering a year-long research project to train – and make smarter – Watson for cybersecurity.
Survey Says Cybersecurity Fears Rising, Online Commerce Shrinking
National Road Safety Week - FEAST Inc. supports text free driving behaviour using PARK YOUR PHONE INC.s simple approach
BlackBerry strengthens enterprise partner Program FOR RAPID GROWTH
Partner program enables solutions providers to strengthen their security and mobility services