'We must be as creative as the attackers who confront us – both in our tools and recruitment strategies,' says Mark Shaw of Symantec
As Money Week kicks off, Matt Spehr of Western Union Business Solutions shares some thoughts on how SMEs can keep their businesses protected from criminal activity
Two groups of US state attorneys general on Friday announced separate antitrust probes of large tech companies such as Alphabet's Google and Facebook.
After indications earlier this year that Apple might be interested in cryptocurrency, an inside executive has confirmed the vendor's interest in digital money.
Corporate boards should brace for the increasing impact of digital migration, AI and cultural shifts on their companies – and what this means for their role as directors
After several months of talks with the WHO, Facebook has pledged to direct its users to "accurate and reliable vaccine information in several languages" on the WHO's website, the United Nations health agency said, "to ensure that vital health messages reach people who need them the most.''
By combining a permissioned blockchain with a public blockchain, companies can secure background transactions with business partners while also sharing product information with consumers on an open ledger.
AI law startup founder got three of the six awards in IDC’s annual Digital Transformation (DX) event
Digital society is emerging around us. It is the collection of people, organisations and things that are engaged in persistent digital interactions. What’s more, Internet-connected things and ambient artificial intelligence are gaining the ability to act on behalf of human customers. But what does CX (customer experience) even look like for a thing?
Will soon be integrating with BP Plus Fuel Card in Australia and BP Fuelcard in New Zealand
The attacks are mainly targeted at businesses, through email attachments or out-of-date software vulnerabilities
Google, which is owned by Alphabet Inc, and its YouTube video service will pay US$170 million to settle allegations that it broke federal law by collecting personal information about children, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday.
Attackers can use this vulnerability to send highly credible phishing messages. Victims' internet traffic is then routed through the attacker's proxy.
Xero reports it has accelerated its machine learning capabilities and launched new tools to help accountants and bookkeepers save time, attract and setup new customers, gain a deeper understanding of client financial health, and grow their practice.
Mark Callander, chief executive of Vocus NZ and Wholesale and International Australia, says the Hawaiki deal strengthens the company’s network and complements Vocus’ investment in its own cable systems.
“The combined business will be a powerful offering for the New Zealand market,” says Nathalie Morris, CEO of Qrious
The CIO’s team will need to start developing a policy and architecture-based approach to support business units’ objectives, while protecting the organisation from data threats, says Alfonso Velosa, research vice president at Gartner
The office of the top US counterintelligence official is launching a campaign to alert government employees, contractors and the general public to "serious risks" of security breaches or violence posed by "insiders”.
Microsoft won't stick to its own timetable for killing off Adobe Flash; instead, it will parallel Google Chrome's plan for eliminating the software.
The 2019 Unisys Security Index finds New Zealanders are selective about which situations they deem acceptable for an organisation to collect data from social media, online purchases, smartphones and wearable devices