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.
Workplaces are failing to keep pace with employee behaviour, opening enterprises to countless security threats, a new report has claimed.
Deutsche Telekom is offering a drone defence shield to enterprise customers concerned about security threats from autonomous vehicles.
Telefónica’s cyber security Unit ElevenPaths is to integrate Symantec’s certificate technology into its forthcoming public key infrastructure (PKI) service.
Telefónica and Apple have produced a biometric signature recognition solution, which detects handwritten signatures, as the Spanish operator grew its security partnerships.
The OneM2M standards initiative has published its latest set of Internet of Things specifications, which have a heavy focus on security.
Security and the Internet of Things will be at the centre of the SIMalliance's priorities for the year ahead, its Chairman has said, as the industry prepares for 5G.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a new smartphone protection product and showcased how 5G can deliver new kinds of mobile experiences in stadiums.
Smartphone infections have almost doubled with handsets a critical target for malware, new research from Nokia has revealed.
Researchers at security firm Check Point have identified cyber vulnerabilities in 900 million Android smartphones running Qualcomm chipsets.
The newly-created European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) has appointed Telefónica as the sole telco member of its board of directors.
Swisscom is launching voice recognition security software for its call centre enquiries.
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.
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