UK Agrees Deal With Huawei Over 5G Technology

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Just days away from Brexit and Prime Minister Boris Johnson has made a bold move in agreeing in part to a deal where Huawei would help bring the 5G infrastructure to the UK. This is a big deal as the USA had been strongly opposed of this deal for the main reason of security. Huawei […]

DHL Birmingham (UK) Facility Becomes 300th TAPA-Certified Site

DHL Express Birmingham (UK) achieves TAPA “A” certification, becoming the 300th TAPA-certified site in the DHL Express global network. The Birmingham Service Centre of DHL Express in the UK, has become the 300th facility worldwide to be awarded with the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) security certification. This independent recognition confirms that DHL Express has […]

Staying Secure While Working Remotely

Data security is probably one of the least popular topics of working remotely. Typically, people spend their time searching for amazing beaches, cultural activities, local food and other hidden gems. However, it’s fairly important to keep your data secure and access any sensitive and personal information in a secure way while working remotely. I’ve created […]

Facebook Privacy Issues Will Change Digital Marketing


In an NBC interview excerpt shared yesterday by the network, Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, said: “…our service depends on your data … we don’t have an opt-out at the highest level … that would be a paid product.” Fans of the TV show Person of Interest may remember an exchange between John Reese and […]

Researchers Found Stash of Magento Admin Credentials on The Dark Web

Researchers at Flashpoint, a business risk intelligence firm, posted a warning on their site about compromised Magento websites being vulnerable to malware. The firm states Flashpoint researchers are aware of at least 1,000 Magento Admin panels who are compromised from brute-force password attacks to the eCommerce platform to scrape credit card numbers and install malware […]

Security Matters: Trust Me I’ve Just Been Hacked

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It’s perhaps a little ironic that at the same time as I was being dispatched to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week to talk with security evangelist Tony Anscombe, from the pioneering IT security firm ESET (, my PayPal account was being hacked and several hundred dollars illegally removed from my bank account […]

Amazon Go, Cashierless Convenience Store Opens to Public

Five years in the making, one year behind schedule, but the 1,800 square Amazon Go store at 2131 7th Ave, in Seattle, is set to open to the public on Monday, January 22. At first glance, the store resembles a convenience store with a little grocery store features added in. It really reminds one of […]

Magento Releases Security Updates for Open Source and Commerce 2.x

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Magento released important updates for Magento 2.x. However, with being so close to the major holiday sales season, these updates should be tested with your theme and extensions on a backup installation before you use them in a production environment. Here is the Press Release From Magento Today, Magento is releasing new versions of Magento […]

Google Chrome Browser Security Change Prompts Action by eBay

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A few days ago, Google sent out this notice to website owners to inform them of a change in security behavior starting with Chrome Version 62. To owner of, Starting October 2017, Chrome (version 62) will show a “NOT SECURE” warning when users enter text in a form on an HTTP page, and for […]

New Magento Security Updates Available Now

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Magento released two important security updates for their current enterprise and community editions. If you are running versions of Magento versions prior to the following, you should perform an upgrade as soon as possible: Enterprise Community Enterprise 2.0.14 Community 2.1.7 The security updates fix a number recently discovered vulnerabilities, including two Remote Code […]