By Ronen Priel, VP Product Management at Allot Communications.
By Robin Kent, Director of European operations at Adax
Telefónica’s cyber security unit ElevenPaths has signed up Subex to help it offer a new fraud management as a service (FMaas) solution.
There can’t be many people in BT with as wide a job description as Mark Hughes (pictured).
Virgin Media is warning over 800,000 customers to update the passwords on their routers after the device was found to be vulnerable to cyber attack.
Telefónica's cyber security unit ElevenPaths is offering compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations nearly a year before they come into force, in what it claims is an industry first.
Telefónica has claimed things are under control following a major cyber attack that affected thousands of companies across dozens of countries on Friday.
By Andy Gent, Founder and CEO of Revector
UK mobile operator Three has said an ongoing investigation into last year’s handset fraud attempt has revealed more customers were affected.
A new partnership involving telcos, vendors and IT companies aims to safeguard the security of the IoT.
O2 UK has signed a deal with BAE Systems to provide a new end-to-end security service for its enterprise customers.
Ericsson has worked with Australian operator Telstra to showcase how data can be encrypted in transit at 10GBps.
BT’s Cloud Compute platform will now offer access to Trend Micro’s Deep Security data centre solution after the two companies announced a tie-up.
By Tobin Ireland, Co-Founder and CEO at Smartpipe
Consumer watchdogs in Europe and the US have lodged a joint complaint against the makers of top-selling internet-connected toys for failing basic privacy and security measures, and not keeping children safe.
TalkTalk and KCOM are the latest network operators to suffer at the hands of Mirai malware after the two UK telcos confirmed that customer routers had been affected.
Deutsche Telekom will redouble its network and data security in the light of this week’s failed hack on its routers, which saw around 900,000 customers disconnected from telephone, broadband and television services.
Deutsche Telekom has confirmed hackers attempted to hijack its customers’ routers to launch a wider attack on the internet.
Deutsche Telekom is refusing to rule out external foul play after around 900,000 broadband customers with “certain routers” have been hit by coverage outages since yesterday afternoon (27th November).
Three UK has confirmed that criminals were able to access the details of 133,827 customers last week, but said that the data itself was not the target.
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