The cases of cyber-attacks in the UAE are down by 48 percent during the first four months of 2018, WAM reported.
Cybersecurity researchers have reportedly found a new security flaw that affects a wide variety of modern computing chips and is related to the Spectre and Meltdown chip flaws that emerged in January.
As part of its efforts to improve the level of public transportation services in Dubai, the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has started fitting taxis affiliated to the Public Transport Agency with surveillance cameras.
Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab recently announced that it will move some its key operations, including customer data storage and software assembly, from Moscow to Zurich, Switzerland.
Facebook has reportedly suspended “around 200” applications on its platform as part of an investigation into misuse of private user data.
Dubai Airports has recently signed a new partnership to enhance customer experience and operational efficiency at security check points at Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC).
A recent study revealed that the cybersecurity risk posed to enterprises by personal devices and Internet of Things devices are rising in significance.
New European Union data protection laws take effect on May 25 to protect users’ online information, in what Brussels touts as a global benchmark after the Facebook scandal, AFP reported.
Abu Dhabi Monitoring and Control Centre (ADMCC) has announced a strategic collaboration with Dell EMC driven towards achieving their ambitious vision to build a secure and intelligent city.
More than 1 million UAE consumers were victims of online shopping scams alone in 2017, losing a total of AED 321 million according to the 2017 Norton Cyber Security Insights Report, released by Norton by Symantec.