While we try to leave Europe and the pesky law makers in Brussels, we will soon have to adopt the EC’s Second Payment Directive or PSD2. Come 14 September this year Strong Customer Authentication or (SCA) will be forced on us and all credit card transactions in the EC will have to abide by these new
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We have writen about the importance of good Password management and ways to create strong passwords and importantly how to record, remember and manage passwords. Like all things web related this could do with an update for 2019. This article on Password Creation caught our eye. It brings real world solutions to the forefront with
Taybridge is proud to partner with Jola to bring managed phone systems to market with the launch of JolaPhone: A full featured VOIP solution that includes Handsets from Polycom ,calls to landlines and mobiles and a suite of additional features and phone services. VOIP Plan details JolaPhone JolaPhone is a hosted business telephone system built
Establish a Safe Password Policy… We have all ready about the massive data breaches and security scares that impact millions of web users. In fact many breaches are caused by one seemingly innocent common factor: computer and mobile device users reuse their passwords on multiple websites at an alarmingly high rate. Many users have come
Selecting a good password Safe and secure access to information is of course critical to modern life. We have seen more hacks and more attempts at cyber crime. Many attempts are based around brute force attacking methods. Or in other words multiple attempts to crack a password. So it is key to use secure passwords.
Qualcomm’s new platform and its Mesh Networking Reference Design aim to help make it easier to build out connected device solutions Earlier this week Qualcomm unveiled its Mesh Networking Platform, which it is positioning as an inroad to better connected home experiences for consumers. Qualcomm wants to make it easier for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to
Look Out on Windows PCs As you must know by now a nasty form of malicious software known as ransomware has been making headlines after cybercriminals hijacked hundreds of thousands of computers worldwide, impacting the NHS and many others. Ransomware, which is often transmitted by email or web pop-ups, involves locking up people’s data and
Report shows growing number of website cyber attacks come from hacked home routers WordFence report that in the past month alone they have seen over 57,000 unique home routers being used to attack WordPress sites. Those home networks are now being explored by hackers who have full access to them via the hacked home router.
You may have seen the latest WikiLeaks news that the CIA have been targeting Samsung TVs and other electronics for advancing snooping. It seems the CIA has a dedicated hacking unit called Center for Cyber Intelligence that is devoted to obtaining zero-day exploits for iOS and other devices. The WikiLeaks information, however, also claimed that the CIA had lost