Network security is an absolute “must have” in practically any enterprise. After all, proper network security means appropriate protection of sensitive data, which is just as important from the point of view of the company (e.g. financial data) as of the employees and contractors (personal data). Due to this fact, it is absolutely necessary to take appropriate steps in order to secure high level of the security of the company's network and applications used.
Cyber attacks have become commonplace. What only a few years ago seemed to us like a fiction from an action movie, today no one is surprised anymore. Every day we hear about another attack, data leak or even a complete paralysis of the enterprise. We see that the target of attacks are both giants such as Maersk or British Airway and small companies and government entities such as Lututów Municipality Office, Warsaw University of Technology or Polish Financial Supervision Authority.
Each creator of a web product or application on which personal data is processed is obliged to secure them by implementing the GDPR. Therefore, the application should contain several functionalities that increase the protection of data provided by users. How can a product designer ensure information security in accordance with the applicable GDPR rules?
Android is currently the most popular operating system for mobile devices. In 2020, it has already had its 11th version. At the same time, Google introduced new features of the system aimed at increasing its security for users. What are these safeguards and how do they affect security?
Let's talk about the ZOOM application for a moment ... The platform, which has recently become very popular, has attracted the interest of not only users but also hackers. In a new article on our blog, we write about the vulnerabilities of the ZOOM application. What do you think about it?