Staying connected is now an obligatory part of showing you care. According to a study from Kaspersky Lab, connectivity is now a vital part of our duty to family, friends and loved ones.
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Facebook and other companies routinely track your online surfing habits to better target ads at you. Two web browsers now want to help you fight back in what’s becoming an escalating privacy arms race.
The monitoring capabilities of mobile apps are becoming a concern for users, many of whom are worried that the apps on their connected devices might be able track them down, watch what they’re doing, or share their data.
Infinix Note 4 latest news: Meet the new Infinix smartphones that allows you to take charge of your life
Millennials know what they want when it comes to smartphones. These highly-digital individuals no longer choose their device solely on looks.
Check Point Research Latest News and Update: Employees Download New Malware Every Four Seconds [WATCH]
Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP) today published findings from two research projects, the Check Point 2016 Security Report and Exploits at the Endpoint: SANS 2016 Threat Landscape Study, revealing critical challenges and key recommendations for IT leaders, as businesses continue to build-up protections against evolving cyber threats.
As the NBA Finals tips off, Globe Telecom, the official wireless and broadband services partner of the NBA in the Philippines, introduces a streamlined registration process that enables sports fans to watch and experience the NBA on their mobile devices.
In the past year, over one-in-four young Internet users have lost their devices (17%) or had their devices stolen (13%), with a third losing access to their online accounts, or suffering from a loss of data privacy as a result. According to the research from Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, young users lose devices more frequently than older adults.
Short-form videos are fast gaining popularity as more mobile apps with this capability continue to rise. Digital natives contribute to this increase as they spend extra time viewing videos on their mobile devices. Apps like Snapchat benefit from this growing habit evidenced by its subscriber base now at 100 million, around the world.
The volume of malware targeting users of mobile devices grew more than three times in 2015, compared to 2014. The most dangerous threats in 2015 were ransomware, malware capable of obtaining unlimited rights on an infected device, and data stealers, including financial malware. These are main findings of the annual Mobile Virusology report prepared by the Kaspersky Lab Anti-malware Research group.