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Vendor ‘Data Fails’ Cap Channel Rewards

Reading, UK - 25th May, 2017 - Zyme, the market leader in the rapidly growing discipline of channel data management (CDM), opened its third UK CDM Summit with a warning to attendees that having ‘trustrsquo; in channel performance is no longer enough to satisfy board members, or stakeholders. Quoting independent research recently conducted, the company stated that for 75% of respondents there is now increasing pressure to prove return on investment (ROI) on partner incentives.... Source: RealWire

Breaking the iris scanner locking Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is laughably easy

The “future standard for phone authenticationrdquo; is not ready for mainstream use.

After the ransomware attack: Hospitals are still recovering from the WannaCry...

While most services have returned to normal, London's Barts Health NHS Trust is still cancelling some appointments and operations in order to "run all services safely".

Smyte Releases New Anti-Spam and Fraud/Harassment Prevention Tools

The online security company's trust and safety platform now includes a custom rules engine and deep learning neural network models for supervised and unsupervised image classification.

Australian agencies need new privacy code to maintain public trust: Pilgrim

The OAIC will create a public service privacy code following a number of privacy incidents with Australian governmental agencies.

iOS 10.3.2 arrives with nearly two dozen security fixes

Update has been in beta testing since late March, when iOS 10.3 was released.

How to make sure your Windows PC won’t get hit by...

You need to get your Windows computer protected against WannaCrypt and its ilk. Here are detailed instructions on how to see if you need patching and, if you do, how to get patched.By far the easiest method is to simply run Windows Update and install all important patches. You may not be able to do thatmdash;or may not want to do thatmdash;for several important reasons:You may not want all of the latest patches, whether for compatibility reasons or because you donrsquo;t trust Microsoftrsquo;s additional snooping in Windows 7 and 8.1 Monthly Rollups If yoursquo;re using Windows XP or Windows 8, Windows Update doesnrsquo;t work If yoursquo;re running Windows 7 or 8.1 on a newer computer (Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors, as well as several others), Microsoft may have gratuitously blocked Windows Update You may have problems running Windows Update for myriad reasons, and you donrsquo;t want to futz around with figuring out the reason or resetting while the threat lingers [ From backup to productivity tools, check out the top 30 free apps for Windows 10. | Download the superguide to Windows 10 installation. | Stay up on key Microsoft technologies with the Windows Report newsletter. ]Your approach to checking if you need the patches, and then installing them, will vary depending on your operating system.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

How to make sure your Windows PC won’t get hit by...

You need to get your Windows computer protected against WannaCry and its ilk. Here are detailed instructions on how to see if you need patching and, if you do, how to get patched.By far the easiest method is to simply run Windows Update and install all important patches. You may not be able to do thatmdash;or may not want to do thatmdash;for several important reasons:You may not want all of the latest patches, whether for compatibility reasons or because you donrsquo;t trust Microsoftrsquo;s additional snooping in Windows 7 and 8.1 Monthly Rollups If yoursquo;re using Windows XP or Windows 8, Windows Update doesnrsquo;t work If yoursquo;re running Windows 7 or 8.1 on a newer computer (Kaby Lake and Ryzen processors, as well as several others), Microsoft may have gratuitously blocked Windows Update You may have problems running Windows Update for myriad reasons, and you donrsquo;t want to futz around with figuring out the reason or resetting while the threat lingers [ From backup to productivity tools, check out the top 30 free apps for Windows 10. | Download the superguide to Windows 10 installation. | Stay up on key Microsoft technologies with the Windows Report newsletter. ]Your approach to checking if you need the patches, and then installing them, will vary depending on your operating system.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Six things you need to know about IoT security

Security, trust, and data integrityImage by ThinkstockThe emergence of the internet of things is altering our personal technology security paradigm and is a game-changer in customer/business interaction, in part due to the wide scope of available data ...

US spymasters trash Kaspersky: AV tools can’t be trusted, we’ve stuck...

Eugene shouts back: Gimme the mic and let me testify Five US spy bosses, and the acting FBI chief, today told the Senate intelligence committee they do not trust software from Russian antivirus maker Kaspersky.…

British consumers do not trust what their banks say online

Convenience of digital banking undermined by trust issuesLONDON – May 8, 2017 – A new study shows 62 percent of UK adults would prefer to do their banking online than in a physical branch. However, only 23 percent currently trust the information they receive online from banks, with in-person banking remaining the most trusted source of information for 58 percent of UK adults.

Commissioned by Lithium Technologies, the study of 2,000 UK adults uncovers a... Source: RealWire

Arcade group promises ticket and claw games will no longer be...

"Fair Play Pledge" says all redemption games can be "won by the application of skill."