In a new post by Google, they have updated their inactive account policies which will take effect in December 2023 to enhance user security. The updated policy states that if a Google Account remains unused or not signed into for a period of two years, it may be deleted, along with its contents across various Google products such as Gmail, Google Drive, YouTube, and Google Photos.
Vodafone UK recently announced its plans to switch off its 3G network in 2023. The company has already started its 3G switch off in the Plymouth and Basingstoke areas, and it will continue across the rest of the UK region by region, starting in June and throughout the rest of the year.
Twitter has announced that it will restrict SMS-based two-factor authentication only to users who are subscribed to the £8-a-month Twitter Blue service from 20th March. The announcement has raised concerns for users who fail to switch over to another method of authentication (2FA) could be vulnerable.
The Christmas season is a time for joy and celebration, but it is also a time when scammers are particularly active. These criminals take advantage of this busy time and generosity of the season to trick people into giving away their personal information or money. Here's what you need to know about these scams and how to protect yourself from them.
The EU has passed new legislation which requires all future phones/devices to switch to USB-C. By the end of 2024, all phones and devices of similar standard for sale in the EU must have a USB-C charging port.
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Cybercriminals have a tendency to take advantage of ‘hot topics’ in the hope of targeting people with a vested interest or concern about current issues. As a result the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has become an area targeted by attackers. Using techniques such as phishing emails, ransomware and malicious software, all with a coronavirus stance
From January 14, 2020, support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 will cease, seeing the end of any regular patches and security updates and leaving infrastructure and applications open to risk and compliance breaches. All three Windows server 2008 R2 editions (Datacentre, Enterprise and Standard) will be affected, including the Hyper-V role. Although 2020
As of January 14, 2020, Microsoft will cease both support and the provision of security updates for PCs running Windows 7. This impending change will require a large amount of remediation work as Windows 7 is estimated to be in use on over 30% of all PCs globally. This leaves a large volume of users