Facebook Provides Secure Keys
Facebook’s 1.79 billion users can now benefit from new login security measures which use a security key alongside the password.
Security Companies Exaggerating Hackers’ Skills?
The technical director of the UK's National Cyber Security Centre has said in a security conference speech that computer security companies may be exaggerating the abilities of malicious hackers.
Hotel Pays Ransom To Let Guests Back In To Rooms
A luxury Austrian hotel had to pay a €1,500 ransom to hackers to allow guests back in to their locked rooms after the hackers disabled the hotel’s hi-tech room locking system.
Government CyberFirst Initiative Gets A Much-Needed Supporter
Lockheed Martin UK has announced that it is supporting the UK government’s CyberFirst initiative, designed to attract and fast-track tomorrow’s online security experts.
Parliamentary Inquiry Launched Into Fake News
Claims that U.S. voters may have been swayed by “fake news” stories in the recent U.S election campaign is the reason given by MPs for launching a new parliamentary inquiry into the phenomenon.
Tech Tip : Solve Network Problems With a One-Click Reset
Windows 10 Anniversary Update has a feature that lets you run a troubleshooter, or use a one-click reset to solve network problems.
Microsoft To Offer More Digital Apprenticeships And Training
Tech giant Microsoft has announces that it will be offering a programme to improve digital literacy across the UK and this will include the offer of digital apprenticeships.
Travellers To The U.S. May Have To Provide Social Media Details
According to recent reports, the Trump administration may be about to introduce an immigration policy that will require foreign travellers to the U.S. to divulge their social media profiles, contacts and browsing history.
Japanese electronics manufacturer Kyocera is reported to have introduced a new range of waterproof smartphones that can be washed in soap and water.