Posts Tagged 'internet security'
Many of us are familiar with the Jetson’s TV cartoon that showed the life of a family in 2026 and how technology is a part of their everyday life. If you’re like me, some of the gadgets that George and his family had are probably things you thought were cool or would be convenient to […]
If there’s one thing that remains consistent about technology, it is that it’s always in flux. From tablets to phablets, smart cars to smart TVs, our devices are getting increasingly “smarter” and entwined with our daily routines. To better understand the consumer perspective on these ever-evolving technology trends, we conducted a study of more than […]
In March, we wrote about changes that we were making to the McAfee Labs Threats Reports. Those changes included both format and content improvements. We wanted to make the Threats Reports more engaging, easier to understand, and simpler to navigate. It’s now August, we’ve published three threats reports in the new format, and we’re interested […]
My book on Risk and the Internet of Things (RIOT) is coming along well and a colleague CTO, Greg Brown, now part of the effort. As it turns out, there is a lot to write about and the book is taking longer than first planned. 2+ years and counting. 300 + manuscript pages and growing! […]
Hey guys! I’m Bradi, and this is The Scan. Because security news you need is news indeed. Hackers Aim for Apple’s Core Apple has always kicked Android’s butt at protecting phones from security issues. But alas, even the iPhone is far from perfect. Researchers have found that it’s possible to get around Apple’s many layers […]