Deutsche Telekom is expanding its focus on data privacy by adding academics, lawyers and politicians to its advisory board.
Telenor has integrated an ID surveillance service into its offering as it looks to help protect customers against the likes of online theft and privacy breaches.
Telecom Italia (TIM) is partnering with Cisco to launch a new portfolio of digital solutions, including an enterprise security service.
Telefónica is working with McAfee to bring cyber security protection to its customers.
BT plans to share cyber security data with other ISPs as it seeks to increase cooperation across the industry.
Google parent Alphabet has launched a new cyber security start-up to help companies predict and deflect attacks before they happen.
Carphone Warehouse has become the latest telecoms provider to be fined by the UK’s privacy regulator for failing to prevent a data breach.
BT has opened an R&D centre in Northern Ireland that will focus on improving areas including customer experience, cyber security and 5G communications.
INTERPOL hopes Cisco will be able to help it detect and prevent cyber attacks after the tech company agreed to share intelligence with the crime agency.
A week after Vodafone launched its first consumer IoT services, Chief Executive Vittorio Colao has said that having connected objects is like having “doors that can be opened” to cybersecurity risks.
Nokia has updated its network security product to help operators deal with the growing threat of ransomware, as it revealed the impact of the Wannacry threat earlier this year.
BT and Deutsche Telekom have opened separate security centres in Germany as they look to strengthen services for customers.
Orange has teamed up with security company G4S to offer a smart home security solution in Luxembourg.
A woeful patching record and an over reliance on firewalls is partly to blame for the telecoms industry suffering more Domain Name System attacks than any other sector, new research has revealed.
By David Paulding, Regional Director, Genesys
KPN is set to acquire QSight IT as it looks to grow its security and public cloud consultancy offer.
Salt has signed up to deploy Swisscom’s Mobile ID security service, allowing its customers to use their smartphone as a universal authentication method.
Swisscom has toughened up its range of security products with new Threat Detection and Response solutions for its corporate customers.
The cyber security industry is on a “defensive footing”, a leading Vodafone executive has said, as he looks to pull off a “magic trick” to help the operator become a more established player in this key area.
BT has opened a global cyber security research and development centre in Australia as it looks to keep ahead in the race to protect corporate networks and services.
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