Orange has again demonstrated putting its multi-sector strategy into action in the hunt for new revenues.
New research from BlackBerry finds that many consumers don’t trust connected devices such as cars, drones, health monitors, TVs, security cameras and speakers.
Mobile network, Three UK, is partnering online safety organisation, Internet Matters, to help protect young people from potentially harmful effects of the internet and mobile devices.
Deutsche Telekom has launched its voice identification feature SpeechID, removing the need for verification data or passwords.
Telefonica, Huawei and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) have completed a field trial of quantum cryptography on a commercial optical network.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a smart city initiative that proposes full fibre connectivity to all new homes.
The Netherlands' Radiocommunication Agency has called for Europe to introduce minimum security standards for IoT devices.
BT, Nokia and Telefónica have co-founded an new organisation aiming to defend consumers and enterprises from malicious attacks.
Vodafone Ireland is launching a SIM-based security solution for its enterprise customers that blocks malicious sites before they are accessed.
BT has backed new proposals from the UK government to bake in security to connected devices and make it easier to resolve problems.
Nokia has launched a new Managed Security Service aiming to protect operators from mobile, IP and fixed networks from attacks and enabling them to offer the solution to their own customers.
The three German mobile operators are deploying a GSMA service which will allow users to login securely using their phone number.
Orange has launched a new cyber security product to help enterprises protect mobile devices.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has announced a new security protocol which will aim to address a range of vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi standard.
Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich attempted to draw a line under the company’s well-publicised security problems in his CES keynote as he unveiled new connected car and VR projects.
Digital security player Gemalto has rejected the €4.3 billion bid from French IT vendor Atos, claiming it "significantly undervalues the company".
Deutsche Telekom has launched a new smartphone security solution via a mobile network-based firewall.
Governments need to get involved with securing the Internet of Things, with 90 percent of consumers lacking confidence in how safe the products are, a new survey has claimed.
Swisscom has launched a dedicated subsidiary to offer blockchain solutions to enterprises.
Telefónica’s business arm has launched a new software security product to safeguard enterprise data across all devices.
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