Internet of Things device manufacturers need to build security into products from the start as the sector is open to new kinds of threats, a senior Deutsche Telekom executive has claimed.
Telefónica's security subsidiary ElevenPaths has bolstered its range by adding solutions by security vendor Check Point to its range of products.
BT is recruiting 900 security specialists this year as it looks to bolster its anti-cybercrime offering.
BT and Intel are the latest companies to work together to improve security and prevent cyberattacks.
Smartphones are now more dangerous than Windows laptops and PCs, with new research from Nokia revealing handsets account for 60 percent of malware in the mobile space.
Security must be built into the forthcoming 5G standard from the outset, the SIMalliance has said, given the increasing complexity and size of next generation networks.
Telefónica has built what it is describing as the first Internet of Things specific security product to protect against attacks, amid growing concerns about the vulnerabilities of networks.
The GSMA has issued guidelines for telcos wishing to develop and deploy secure Internet of Things networks, amid growing concerns about how safe they are.
Nokia Networks has announced new security and LTE-Advanced innovations as its pre-Mobile World Congress blitz continues.
Businesses are sleepwalking into a world of threats and risks, with security failing to keep up with Internet of Things innovation, Telefónica has claimed.
AdaptiveMobile has launched a new security product to protect users from increasingly sophisticated threats to messaging apps.
Google was quick to deflect blame this week after a raft of vulnerabilities were unearthed in Samsung’s Android-based Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone.
Wi-Fi standards and device security remain prominent concerns in the road to wide-scale IoT adoption, a new report from ABI Research has said.
Security within virtualised technology is one of the biggest challenges facing operators and vendors next year, standards agency ETSI has warned.
Mobile technology is a wonderful thing that has enriched our lives, yet we’re reminded all too often that it doesn’t always work in our favour.
Telefónica has signed strategic alliances with a range of companies to help bolster its mobile security technology.
Security threats on mobile networks have moved away from smartphones and back onto personal computers and laptops, new research from Alcatel-Lucent has found.
Telefónica has completed a wireless area network (WAN) proof of concept with NEC and NetCracker, aimed at providing SDN/NFV-based VPN services for enterprises.
Nokia has expanded its security portfolio to help operators tackle the “multifaceted” task of securing networks in the smartphone and IoT era.
Qualcomm has built new anti-malware tech that uses machine learning to fight off threats.
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