Posted on 02 December 2013 by
I’m occasionally asked: ‘Aren’t NFC payments vulnerable to hacking?” and “What if your NFC phone or card is stolen? Can’t someone just run off spending your money?” My answers are simple. Firstly, anything is vulnerable to hacking if it isn’t secured properly (even smart toilets); just make sure your NFC payment method is secured by […]
Posted on 04 October 2018 by
They key to securing your home when it comes to IoT security lies with protecting crucial cabling, camera placement, and a service contract that’s fit for purpose.
Posted on 04 December 2015 by
The Internet of Things is like a grand industrial equivalent of a very badly run party—guests who aren’t sure where they’re going and don’t speak to the same language. What then can the IoT marketplace learn from the world’s best party planners?
Posted on 26 March 2013 by
Facebook mobile usage recently surpassed the number of users checking Facebook on the web. Mark Zuckerberg himself referred to the social network as a ‘mobile company’ and it’s hardly surprising given the number of users connecting on the go. With any major success story comes opposition, however, which manifests itself in cries and complaints of […]
Posted on 24 June 2013 by
The subject of indoor vs. outdoor mobile internet access is much debated. Currently, consumers have very different expectations when they access the internet via a mobile device indoors, and when they do so outdoors. As Dean Bubley highlighted on his blog recently, most users expect to jump through a small hoop, like ‘watching an advert, […]
Posted on 11 February 2014 by
As we leave 2013 behind us and firmly embrace 2014, many of us are making New Year’s resolutions that we may or may not keep. How many of you have resolved to get fitter, go jogging or kick a ball about in the yard more frequently? How many of you have told yourselves you’ll learn […]