Most Recent Articles by Alan Earls
While not a pressing problem at the moment, the hacking of on-board car networks could soon prove dangerous. Alan Earls reports.
The challenge for security practitioners is to make the mobile ecosystem more trustable, reports Alan Earls.
Even when you've got a breach or an insider gone bad, there are still ways to limit the damage and protect data, reports Alan Earls.
Wearable devices efficiently monitor user activity, but also open new targets for malware authors, reports Alan Earls.
Hardware makers and solutions providers seek to find the right formula for protecting devices - and data, reports Alan Earls.
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