Vanitha has been a technology and security professional. For a decade of experience in technology, she has worked on dozens of large-scale webdesign, development, enterprise security projects, and even writing online marketing articles. She now lives and works in India. She is a Certified Ethical Hacker, Editor-in-Chief, Author & founder of World Website Design.

How to improve business operations in security technology?

The application of security technology to business continuity and operational efficiency was and will be particularly important in 2019. Since technology is an integral part of business operations–and with cybersecurity risks at an all-time high–many organizations use their security platforms to improve operations and increase efficiency beyond traditional applications. In the digital age of today,

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5G vs 4G: How speed, latency and application

5G wireless network technology is designed to boost cellular broadband bandwidth, capability and reliability. You’re willing to leave behind your 4G world? The new cellular technology that will bring massive changes both to mobile and fixed wireless data networks, you probably have heard of 5G. What you might wonder is, how 5G differs from 4G,

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IoT and DeepAttacks may be the biggest security threats in 2019

CyberSecurity Research says, IoT and DeepAttacks could be the biggest security threats in 2019 We can expect to see much more of these malicious DeepAttack types online next year. According to a new Avast report, more than one million malicious files a day and more than two billion attacks a month are used. Avast says

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How IoT this year could transform four industries

Healthcare, manufacturing, automotive and public sectors going to have massive growth through IOT This could be a big year in the continued expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), as many more companies start deploying connected devices and strengthening their network and analytical capabilities in anticipation of the collection of enormous data volumes from countless

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Google fixes Chrome’s critical vulnerability to Android after 3 years

Google has finally fixed three-year security vulnerability in Google Chrome for Android. It is quite surprising that the technology giant took so long to remedy a flaw identified several years ago. The flaw was originally identified by white hat hackers at Nightwatch Cybersecurity in May 2015. It was only now that the security staff of

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How to remove malware on Android from your phone or tablet?

Thanks to constant improvements to Play Protect, the Google ecosystem can be increasingly safe, but this does not mean that the chances of downloading an infected app are zero. Safety and antivirus apps are also great, but what if your device is infected already? If your Android device is suddenly slow, uses too much data

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Security companies hacked Twitter accounts (High Profile) to highlight security risks

Insinia Security, a security company, has hacked high profile Twitter accounts to expose the vulnerability of Twitter. The hacked Twitter accounts included Eamonn Holmes, a journalist and broadcaster, Louis Theroux, a British documentary filmmaker, Simon Calder, a travel journalist, and Saira Khan. Insinia Security hacked a number of high profile Twitter accounts to publicize the

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How to Control API Security Risks – Brief Overview

The company’s use of APIs (application programming interfaces) is exploding, as more and more companies are embarking on digital transformation and finding ways to make money by exposing their data to outsiders through apps, websites and other integrations from outside parties. The disadvantage of all these APIs is that they pose a significant risk to

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