According to Kaspersky Lab, 2015 marked the moment when demand for new malicious programs reached saturation point, as the number of new malware files detected every day by its products fell by 15,000, from 325,000 in 2014 to 310,000.
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Hillstone Networks, a leading provider of network security solutions, today announced the new Hillstone virtual firewall solution, CloudEdge, based on its Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) technology, is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) in standard and advanced editions throughout South East Asia.
Globe Telecom has started restoration of cell sites in areas affected by Typhoon Nona to help advance delivery of relief services in affected communities even as minimal service disruptions were monitored.
The GSM Association (GSMA) stressed the need for Asia-Pacific countries to allocate the 700 MHz band to mobile broadband use immediately, in order to take advantage of its socio-economic benefits. It found that further delays in the use of the spectrum could result in billions of dollars worth of losses in incremental GDP growth.
Over half (57%) of companies admit that the information security incidents they experienced in the last year had a negative impact on their reputation. The average cost incurred per incident by small and medium-sized businesses was more than $8,000, while the damage to enterprises exceeded $200,000.
OWI, Inc. has just unveiled the environmentally safe, non-toxic, and clean elder brother of the award winning Salt Water Fuel Cell Car with the Salt Water Fuel Cell Baja Runner.
OWI Inc.’s farm system has cultivated yet another possible Rookie of the Year prospect. Rookie Solar Racer v2 is a redesigned version of the original Rookie Solar Racer.
As the Christmas rush and Manila’s traffic convince more Filipinos that it is better to shop online than head to the malls, Kaspersky Lab shares eight simple tips to avoid getting suckered by online scams this holiday season.
Kaspersky Lab warns this time of the year is a prime opportunity for cyber criminals to get their Grinch on.
Once infected, the malware would allow anyone to remotely control the phones, take pictures, spy, record calls, intercept text messages and otherwise steal information loaded on the phones. All of these would take place without the owner’s knowledge or consent.
In line with efforts to elevate the state of Philippine internet, Globe Telecom rolled out an ultra-fast Wi-Fi connection with speeds ranging from 16 Mbps up to 100 Mbps, depending on the density of foot traffic. Initially offered for free, the service is now available in Serendra, a prime property development in Bonifacio Global City.