The modern smartphone has grown literally overnight from curious novelty to a ubiquitous sight and must-have gadget in most parts of the world. Unfortunately, battery technology has lagged our mobile-centric lifestyle not just in power capacity, but also in safety.
By Paul Mah|2017-12-15T23:34:23+08:00December 15th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Battery safety and the Huawei smartphone
A perennial problem of smartphones is their tendency to slow down over time. This problem was noticed by engineers working at smartphone maker Huawei, who studied the problem and engineered a solution to help keep smartphones running smoothly even after extended use.
By Paul Mah|2017-12-07T22:40:12+08:00December 7th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on How Huawei engineered its smartphones to stay fast
You have heard all about DDoS, or distributed denial-of-service attacks. While a frequently-used term, it is hardly a singular form of attack as suggested by its name. Also, smaller organizations should know that they are not always defenseless against them.
How exactly does KRACK work, and how can IT managers and network administrators guard against it? Will Enterprise Wi-fi networks secured using 802.1X and good Wi-Fi practices offer protection to organizations? We take a closer look.
By Paul Mah|2017-10-24T13:20:41+08:00October 24th, 2017|Categories: Blog, The Work Lounge|Comments Off on Understanding the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability
Even a small company can enjoy enterprise-level security without an enterprise price tag with a cloud-based service such as CloudBric, says Niyikiza Aimable, a technical consultant from Penta Security. We speak to him about what makes CloudBric stands out.
By Paul Mah|2017-10-19T16:26:41+08:00September 30th, 2017|Categories: Blog, The Work Lounge|Comments Off on How Cloudbric brings enterprise-level to your website
Speaking at the AISP, Jonathan Rault, AWS security, risk and compliance practice lead debunks the common notion that security in the cloud is poorer, and explains why large organizations such as Singapore Post and DBS bank are moving to the cloud.
By Paul Mah|2017-08-28T13:42:29+08:00August 28th, 2017|Categories: Blog, The Work Lounge|Comments Off on Why the cloud can be more secure