Test if you’re prepared for hackers with breach and attack simulation

Test if you’re prepared for hackers with breach and attack simulation

GUEST OPINION: Breach and Attack Simulation is the tool that evaluates the strength of your cybersecurity by simulating attacks against your system. As Chief Security Officer Window Snyder states, “One single vulnerability is all an attacker needs.” Unless you get targeted by hackers, how can you know whether your system has weaknesses that could be … Read more

Laava’s Smart Fingerprint technology eliminates product counterfeiting for Reid Fruits

Laava’s Smart Fingerprint technology eliminates product counterfeiting for Reid Fruits

Tasmanian cherry grower Reid Fruits records a decline in product counterfeiting over the past three export seasons to Asia by deploying a Smart Fingerprint solution developed by authentication technologist Laava along with print specialist Peacock Bros. “Counterfeiting is a massive issue for us, as well as for countless other Australian fresh fruit producers,” said Reid … Read more

How to Make Folders and Organize Apps on iPhone

Tada Images/Shutterstock.com To better organize your apps, your iPhone allows you to create folders in which you can put relevant apps together. This makes finding apps easier and declutters your phone’s home screen. We’ll show you how to create and delete such folders on your iPhone. RELATED: 6 Tips for Organizing Your iPhone Apps Create … Read more

Is The Stardust Period Tracker App On Android?

After the Supreme Court struck down Roe V. Wade, the Stardust period-tracker became the most downloaded app on iOS. But, is it available on Android? The Stardust app is creating waves on iOS, but is it available on Android? Stardust is an astrology-based menstrual cycle-tracking app that recently became the most downloaded period tracking app … Read more

Will Epic Games’ Fortnite Make the Long Awaited Comeback to the iOS App Store in the Future?

It’s been nearly two years since California tech giant Apple removed Epic Games’ insanely popular battle royale Fortnite from its App Store on the iOS platform. So far, the situation has been more or less stagnant with the game still being far away from making a return. ADVERTISEMENT Article continues below this ad Speaking of … Read more

Apple Wallet Is iPhone’s New Secretly Sticky App

Getting blue text bubbles in your Messages app, instead of green ones from non-iPhones, is supposedly Apple’s method of device lock-in. But, even more so, Apple Wallet is suddenly becoming the reason to continue using an iPhone—it keeps the device sticky so existing owners don’t jump ship. It’s been a slow burn to creating this … Read more

Metronet deploys Nokia PON technology

US fiber-optic network provider Metronet deploys Nokia’s next-generation PON technology to deliver 10GBps speeds to subscribers with an upgrade path to 25G. Nokia says Metronet will roll out XGS-PON in eight new markets with more communities planned. Metronet operates fiber-to-the-premise networks connecting homes, businesses, and cities with gigabit speeds that support applications such as HD … Read more

iTWire – The Nanoleaf Lines allow you to light your way

The Nanoleaf Lines are a smart lighting package that allows you to enjoy amazing artworks of light, designed however you like, with simple interlocking bars – well, lines – that dance with light and react to music. Make your own light show – without being constrained by out-of-the-box light shapes. Nanoleaf has released its latest … Read more