Posts tagged: Security

  1. Winning the mobile security battle

    These days mobile technology is all around us in the workplace, with bring your own device (BYOD) just one of the main drivers for its adoption. Apart from transforming the way we communicate with colleagues and clients, mobile technology has l...

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  2. KeyBase – the impact of malware and how to respond

    Cybercrime is increasingly – and rightly – a board-level issue for organisations. In this blog post we take an inside look at a real attack recently identified by the Fujitsu Cyber Threat Intelligence team. KeyBase is a keylogger  family of...

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  3. Is the IoT house of cards at risk of collapse?

    I hate to perpetuate over-used phrases, but to describe the rapid growth of IoT in recent years as anything other than an explosion risks under-selling it. There are billions of devices connected across the globe today, and by 2020 that figure c...

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  4. Five intriguing thoughts from the mind of Dr Reger

    With Fujitsu Forum 2016 almost upon us, I thought I’d take a nostalgic look back at last year’s event and some of the things that made me stop and think during my two days in Munich. One man who never shies away from making bold statements a...

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  5. Here’s why security needs to be proactive

    As businesses increasingly move to fully digitised operations, organisations have to overcome new information controls, and reduce the risks around data manipulation, or theft. Cyber security as a discussion can no longer be left until the next...

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  6. Fujitsu trumps security rankings

    Data breaches are a regular occurrence and consistently dominate the news agenda. From retailers to big banks, it feels like there isn’t a week that goes by without news of the latest data loss. Only 9% of consumers have faith in companies to k...

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