Deutsche Telekom has launched a new smartphone security solution via a mobile network-based firewall.
Governments need to get involved with securing the Internet of Things, with 90 percent of consumers lacking confidence in how safe the products are, a new survey has claimed.
Swisscom has launched a dedicated subsidiary to offer blockchain solutions to enterprises.
Telefónica’s business arm has launched a new software security product to safeguard enterprise data across all devices.
Sunrise is digitalising the customer identification process through a mix of ID scans, digital signature, facial recognition and document scanning.
Swiss operator Sunrise has unveiled an all-in-one security product for fixed and mobile customers.
Qualcomm has become the latest company to join the IoT Cybersecurity Alliance as it looks to strengthen protection of the increasing number of connected devices.
Telia Company has launched LTE access for carrier ethernet subscribers in Sweden and Finland, as well as launching northern Europe's first "cybertraining" centre.
Orange has debuted a Smart Security solution in Spain, giving consumers access to smartphone-controlled sensors and cameras.
Remote SIM provisioning has been seen as an easy and cost-effective means of unlocking the Internet of Things for telcos, but a new KPN report says the technology could also open the door to fresh security risks.
Biometric-based mobile payments will almost treble during the next five years, driven by the increasing number of smartphones equipped with fingerprint scanners, new research has claimed.
Manufacturers of smartwatches for enterprises must focus on security if they are to take advantage of potential sales growth, a new report has warned.
The seemingly endless attempt to connect everything has created lots of excitement for Internet of Things players, but concern among the more security conscious.
The security of Internet of Things devices is an urgent threat to the telecoms industry, Swisscom has claimed, as it also warned 5G would "open the door" to a multitude of threats.
Mobile is emerging as a key battleground for cyber security as new figures from Nokia revealed a 400 percent increase in smartphone infections in 2016.
Security providers are set to reap the rewards of the industrial Internet of Things, new research has predicted, although it warned them there is no easy answer to solving vulnerabilities.
Google's App Security Improvement (ASI) program has notified developers of 26 new potential security issues, from an insecure hostname verifier to vulnerable software development kits.
The UK and Spain are the two countries in Europe most affected by international mobile roaming fraud, according to new research by vendor Syniverse.
Fingerprint scanners will become more common on smartphones throughout 2017, a new report from Deloitte has claimed, with around 40 percent of devices in developed markets offering the feature by the end of the year.
Security risks to the Internet of Things have reached "boiling point", with a "woeful" approach to defending against attacks in the consumer market, a new report has claimed.
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