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HP opens its first Security Operations Centre in Canada

Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) opened up a new regional Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Mississauga, Ont. today that is certified to deal with confidential government data - even if it's not doing that quite

Published on: March 26th, 2015 Brian Jackson

HP introduces faster, economical SMB printers

NEW YORK CITY – Hewlett-Packard Co. has released a new line of laser printers that promise to help small and medium sized businesses as well as large enterprise organizations achieve faster printing speeds

Published on: March 11th, 2015 Nestor Arellano

Cyber threats don’t worry women as much as men: Kaspersky

A recently released survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International reveals that female Internet users care less about protecting themselves online than men. While awareness may be a factor, the survey also revealed that

Published on: March 6th, 2015 Dave Yin

BlackBerry launches new smartphone, opens software jewels to iOS, Android & Windows

BlackBerry has taken a major step in its evolution as a company by opening up its productivity and security software and solutions to other mobile platforms, while at the same time reaffirming its

Published on: March 3rd, 2015 Jeff Jedras

Trying to make a causal link between unlicensed software and malware

In its ongoing quest to warn Canadians of the perils and costs of using unlicensed software, the Business Software Alliance (BSA) has released a report that tries to prove a link between the usage

Published on: February 26th, 2015 Jeff Jedras

How hackers can get inside your head

You’re just sitting at your desk, minding your own business, trying to get some work done. You’re not a powerful executive or someone with access to the corporate jewels. Still, cybercriminals are targeting you.

Published on: February 24th, 2015 Jeff Jedras

Watch your phone next time you cross the border

If there’s an emergency or other issue the next time you’re crossing a Canadian border, you could receive a broadcast text message. Don’t worry, the feds don’t have your digits. They just have

Published on: February 20th, 2015 Jeff Jedras

Soonr wants to make file sharing easier for users, safer for business

Soonr is hoping to put an end to the tug of war between users that want to more easily access and share files across devices and IT managers that want to keep work

Published on: February 17th, 2015 Jeff Jedras

IBM recommends a different type of protection for dating app users

If you're searching for love with a mobile app this Valentine's Day, you might want to use protection - protection for your mobile device, that is. About six in 10 dating apps on

Published on: February 12th, 2015 Brian Jackson

New Microsoft Outlook app could infringe on businesses’ privacy

The new Microsoft Outlook app for iOS may be the one of the best email apps to come out in a while – but according to IT security professionals, it also presents myriad

Published on: February 6th, 2015 Candice So

Study shows problems with anonymizing data to improve security

With an increasing number of organizations looking to leverage so-called big data comes increasing risk that the datasets created could be misused by internal staff or hackers. To combat this, many companies try

Published on: February 4th, 2015 Howard Solomon

IT professionals juggling less confidence and expertise with more severe threats, survey says

A lack of in-house expertise is holding Canadian IT professionals back from protecting their companies’ data, according to new research. In a new survey conducted by the Ponemon Institute and Scalar Decisions, about

Published on: February 4th, 2015 Candice So

Adware found in Google Play store app that has been downloaded millions of times

If you’re an Android user, and you’re going to download games from the Google Play store, make sure they’re not Durak, a card game, this IQ test game, or this Russian history trivia

Published on: February 3rd, 2015 Candice So

CISOs don’t get the respect they need, consultant says

Jeff Bardin doesn’t sound like an angry man, perhaps because he has a cold. But on the line three days ago from California, the U.S. security consultant sounds terribly resigned at how chief

Published on: February 2nd, 2015 Howard Solomon

Companies should be protecting personal devices: Intel Security

If you are an employer who met resistance from workers in the past when implementing information security, the time may be ripe to revisit the practice. This was a key finding in a

Published on: January 30th, 2015 Dave Yin