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Weak passwords leave companies open to cyber attacks

A study of 1,247 workplaces, by cybersecurity experts VPNoverview.com, found that two-thirds of businesses (66%) leave themselves at risk of cyberattacks due to their lack of having (or enforcing) password rotation policies. In fact, it is advised that you should change your password every 60-90 days1, but a significant number of …

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Liberty Shield notes significant spike in VPN usage across UK

Liberty Shield, an Edinburgh-based online privacy and digital anonymity firm, notes that VPN usage across the UK is rising significantly during the UK’s lockdown. A VPN – or Virtual Private Network – is used to create a private network from a public Internet connection, and it is believed that the …

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Partner Focus: Ride the gaming wave and give your profits a power-up

Bullguard launches its VPN to the Chanel as the grip of gaming continues to take hold, proliferated by the global lockdown measures. There are no winners in this year-long pandemic but there are certainly some whose fortunes have risen, most notably, online retailers. When schools and universities are locked down …

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Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection is now available on Macs with Apple Silicon

With an increase in remote working, the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) has significantly grown this year. Understanding the need for privacy when exploring the web, Kaspersky is constantly updating its solutions to work smoothly with the most innovative platforms, by developing native support for the newest hardware. Apple’s M1 …

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Juniper Connected Security solution enables secure access through visibility and risk reduction

Juniper Networks has released its Adaptive Threat Profiling feature for Juniper Advanced Threat Prevention (ATP) Cloud, WootCloud HyperContext integration for device profiling and Juniper Secure Connect VPN application, giving organisations deep network visibility and extending security policy and access control beyond the branch office. Using the ATP Cloud’s Adaptive Threat …

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Nearly half of UK adults do not trust integrity of online information, TunnelBear survey reveals

VPN provider TunnelBear has released a study, uncovering global perspectives on online censorship experiences of citizens in the United Kingdom, United States of America, Canada, Australia, Russia, Norway and Sweden. The survey showed large segments of people in each country do not trust the integrity of information they find online, …

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