Grey Hats, who work as both as cyber criminals and security professionals, are the most common in the UK, with one in 13 admitting to grey hat activity compared with one in 22 globally, a study by Osterman Research shows.
With time to spare at an airport, fliers don’t think twice about cracking open their laptops and taking advantage of one of many free WiFi hotspots. But they should, warns Coronet.
In a world where malicious individuals are trying to cause as much harm to businesses and enterprises as possible, such enterprises are always looking to hiring those who can ensure their safety.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU digital chief Andrus Ansip on Friday called EU lawmakers to tone down their tough line on copyright reforms as Europe races to agree rules which will force tech giants to share revenues with publishers, broadcasters and artists.
Microsoft’s revealed a new way to buy Windows Server and SQL Server – a subscription offer tied to Azure.