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Bishop Fox Research Finds 98% of the Top Million Internet Domains Are Potentially Vulnerable to Email Spoofing

Bishop Fox, a leading global cybersecurity consulting firm, recently analyzed the Alexa top million Internet domains and found that 98% – nearly the entire Internet – are potentially vulnerable to email spoofing. In response, Bishop Fox has released Spoofcheck, a free tool that companies can use to automatically determine if a domain is sufficiently protected by typing in the website…

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Chatbots Market Growing at a CAGR of 35.2% During 2016 to 2021

“Increasing penetration of websites and mobile applications is the major factor expected to drive the growth of the chatbots market” The smart advisors/ mobile applications market size is estimated to be USD 703.3 million in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 3,172.0 million by 2021, at a CAGR of 35.2% from 2016 to 2021, due to the strong need to…

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Smartphone Obsession Grows with 25% of Millennials Spending More Than 5 Hours Per Day on the Phone

A new study released by B2X, the leading provider of customer care for smart mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, found that global consumers’ dependence on their smartphones continues to grow, while they also rapidly adopt a new generation of IoT devices. Accordingly, consumers continue to pay more and more for their smartphones, and fast and easy access to…

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BlackBerry Partners With A Leading Insurance Provider To Boost Enterprises’ Cybersecurity

It’s a truth most of us would just as soon forget. Technology trends such as enterprise mobil ity and the Internet of Things attracts not only the productivity minded, but those with darker motives. I’m talking about hacking, malware, data breaches, and more. Already, the annual cost of data breaches sits at somewhere around $400 billion, and could climb as…

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More than 2/3 of the French web traffic is generated from a mobile or a tablet

Médiamétrie publishes a report on the distribution of site visits by screen and a mobile operating systems for March 2017. More than 55% of the sites measured by the eStat Web solution are visited from a mobile phone, up by 0.8 point since December 2016. Internet visits from tablets also increase and generate more than 12% Of visits in March,…

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Worldwide Spending on Security Technology Forecast to Reach $81.7 Billion in 2017

A new update to the Worldwide Semiannual Security Spending Guide from International Data Corporation (IDC) forecasts worldwide revenues for security-related hardware, software, and services will reach $81.7 billion in 2017, an increase of 8.2% over 2016. Global spending on security solutions is expected to accelerate slightly over the next several years, achieving a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.7%…

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49,7% of the world internet users are mobile

Indian’s Mobile internet usage more than double that of UK or US Indian mobile usage to surf the internet is more than double that in the UK (34.8%) or US (37.2%). Of G20 nations, India is the number one user of mobile in terms of internet usage. “Our research confirms that Indians adore their mobiles for surfing the internet,” commented…

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2017, year when Internet ad spend passes TV spend for first time

Mobile will overtake desktop to become the primary internet advertising medium in 2017 According to Zenith’s new Advertising Expenditure Forecasts, published today, advertisers across the world will spend US$99.3bn on mobile internet advertising in 2017, compared to US$97.4bn on desktop internet advertising. READ MORE: Everything goes Mobile: Smartphones to generate half of all internet traffic in 2021 In December Zenith predicted…

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Gender gap in Internet and broadband access and use widens, reports UNESCO

On 15 March, UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, co-chaired the Working Group on the Digital Gender Divide, with the Chief Executive Officer of GSMA, Mr Mats Granryd. The event was held within the framework of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Digital Development in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China. The Working Group launched the new report, “Recommendations for action: bridging the…

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Enterprise Wi-Fi networks security

There are multiple formats of enterprise Wi-Fi setups, including: standalone Access Points (APs) light-weight APs adopted by a controller hybrid solutions, which are a combination of the above controller-less types of architectures (APs communicating between each other) mesh APs APs and controllers managed by a Wireless Network Management System (WNMS) APs and controllers managed by a virtualized based and/or cloud-based…

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