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A UK IT support group, TSG calls 2016 as ‘The Year of Ransomware’, amidst a 3,500% rise in these malware attacks. There has been a 600% increase in new Ransomware families in the recent times. Ransomware is an extremely harmful kind of malware. It encodes all the files in your computer, and they can only be decrypted after the ‘ransom’ is paid to the cybercriminals,...

Every business owner wants his or her business to be around for as long as it possibly can be. That’s just the way it is and always will be. So, make sure that you make your company as secure as it possibly can be. It’s not the kind of thing that you can just let slide, especially when it comes to cyber security. So, here are some of the things you can do to keep...

The world leading company Motorola solutions, announced body-worn camera Si500 video speaker microphone  features voice communication with video and still image capture. The Si500 very impressively gain the situational awareness, give assistance in the collection of information and evidence while on the field. The Si500 contain weight about 220 g with a standard...

Construction sites are a prime location for all sorts of bad things; vandalism, burglary, and even injury. If you own a construction site then you probably know this all too well. If you’re thinking of becoming the owner of a construction site, then you need to know the following things! Make Sure Your Fence is Sturdy There are so many different fences on the market...

It seems odd that a business wouldn’t be aware of their security flaws, but it is often the case. For whatever reason, security tends to take a back seat when startups are formed. Maybe there are too many details to worry about to get everything right. Or, maybe most business owners don’t think security is worth the extra time and effort. Who knows? All we can...

  Sony has announced the Cyber-shot RX10 II, offering a 1″ type stacked 20MP CMOS sensor, 4K video recording (up to 29 minutes) and improved readout speed thanks to a new DRAM chip.   The body design and lens specs remain in line with the RX10, including a Zeiss-branded 24-200.mm equivalent F2.8 lens. Sony is also updating two models in its compact...

T-Mobile’s engineering team actively monitors weather patterns and prepares to keep customers and respondents connected during storms. The S.V.P of National Engineering Operations at T-Mobile Brian King says, “We’re hard at work every day to make sure T-Mobile delivers the best network experience possible – and that goes double in advance of big storms.” The...

Work on the contract will extend the M88 production line within the Combat Vehicle Industrial Base through 2016.“This contract provides enhanced capabilities for America’s soldiers and will help preserve the defense industrial base by retaining critical employees and unique skill sets,” said Adam Zarfoss, director of Artillery and Recovery Systems at BAE Systems....

The delivery of the STING, an engineering variant of the CV90 vehicles, is the latest milestone for the program.We have been working extremely closely with BAE Systems Hägglunds over the course of 26 months with this comprehensive contract,” said Colonel Ragnar Wennevik, Programme Manager Norwegian Defence Logistics Organization Land Systems. “Over the past...

As U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan winds down, a workhorse electronic protection system that helps helicopter aircrews survive attacks from shoulder-fired weapons, prepares to be redeployed to other regions. For the last five years, the Advanced Threat Infrared Countermeasures (ATIRCM) system has protected helicopters and their crews in both Iraq and Afghanistan....