One Question that Commonly Gets Overlooked in Cloud Computing

Cloud computing can be a tricky technology to implement. It is full of moving parts and is more complex than it seemingly appears. The allure of benefits that cloud can bring may often lead to hasty implementations and migrations. Cloud computing has the potential to provide flexibility, efficiency and economic development as well as empower […]

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Going Phishing in Banking

The headlines can be seen everywhere: Hackers’ $1 billion bank theft may still impact consumers, JPMorgan and Other Banks Struck by Hackers, How safe are you and your bank from cyber attack? Morgan Chase warned that cyber attacks are growing every day in strength and velocity across the globe. He said, “It is going to […]

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Privacy Paradigm: The Importance of VPN

Maintaining privacy is becoming hard and can be daunting for many. Privacy in a corporate setting is often essential for guarding against potential competitors and growing future revenue. Fortunately Google, Microsoft’s Bing, and smaller companies provide ways to delete search history although hiding from those ads can be difficult. Google makes it easy to find […]

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Authentication Issues: New Apple Payment System Linked to Frauds

Sophocles is noted as saying that it is better to fail with honor than to succeed by fraud. Unfortunately, for Apple this philosophy isn’t shared by criminals within the Apple Payment System. Relaxed authentication practices used by the banking institutions have led to fraud issues with the Apple Payment System. New exploits linked to Apple […]

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Words of Wisdom: The Worst Passwords of 2014

American Author Clifford Stoll has argued that the best quote whilst teaching others the importance of proper password safety is: “Treat your password like your toothbrush. Don’t let anybody else use it, and get a new one every six months.” This quote is perhaps the best way to teach your children proper password procedures, along […]

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6 Exciting Updates From 2014

  2014 was the year of security breaches with companies one after another who were becoming victims to hackers and data breaches. The climate for 2015 looks to be the aftermath with everyone wondering what can be done to prevent such things in the future. In 2014, Hypersocket took these incidents and focused upon ensuring […]

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