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Zero-trust – beyond just a security concept

Zero-trust – beyond just a security concept

Zero-trust is among the many buzzwords and terms that have now become popular in the cybersecurity community. And with good reason: zero-trust models offer organisations the chance to take control of their security, ensuring their devices and systems are protected by...

Web cams and other IoT devices remain wildly insecure

Web cams and other IoT devices remain wildly insecure

As IoT devices continue to proliferate, the communications protocols they use puts millions of users’ data in danger of a serious breach. There are two protocols that have proven to be especially vulnerable – CS2 Network P2P and Shenzhen Yunni iLnkP2P – though, of...

Using 5G to unlock the potential of edge computing

Using 5G to unlock the potential of edge computing

Edge computing has been hailed as the new frontier of networking, focusing on decentralising some of the services and data that has been pushed to the cloud. In pre-COVID times, this may have come in the form of a local data centre, which would hold data necessary to...

Angoka Runner-Up in Digital DNA’s Startup of the Year

Angoka Runner-Up in Digital DNA’s Startup of the Year

Angoka is pleased to announce that we have been named as the runner-up for Digital DNA’s Startup of the Year award. The Digital DNA Awards highlight the brilliant work done by Northern Irish companies, promoting and celebrating the talent within the fast-growing NI...

Standardisation for interoperability is key to the future of IoT

Standardisation for interoperability is key to the future of IoT

At its core, Internet of Things technologies are reliant on the ability for one machine to communicate with another machine, exchanging critical data and valuable analysis. With the proliferation of “Smart” devices, it is crucial to consider the data interoperability...

Remote workers facing cyberattacks on their routers

Remote workers facing cyberattacks on their routers

Recent research has shown that remote workers are facing a massive increase in brute force attacks on home routers and other consumer IoT devices. TrendMicro has reported that various cybercriminals are in an ongoing battle to disrupt as many devices as possible to...

IoT vulnerabilities expand exponentially with each insecure device

IoT vulnerabilities expand exponentially with each insecure device

While groups involved in cybercrime have different interests and varying targets, there is no doubt that those targeting IoT-dependent systems are benefitting from a plethora of insecure devices and lack of basic security measures. A recent TrendMicro report...

Angoka selected for National Cyber Security Centre Cyber Accelerator

Angoka selected for National Cyber Security Centre Cyber Accelerator

Innovative cyber security start-up joins accelerator run by the National Cyber Security Centre. BELFAST, UK. Angoka Ltd, a Belfast-headquartered cyber security start-up, is pleased to announce their participation as one of 6 organisations in the prestigious National...

Angoka announced as new partner at the Hague Security Delta

Angoka announced as new partner at the Hague Security Delta

Last month, Angoka was introduced as a new partner at the Hague Security Delta during a virtual session of the New Partner Lunch. Angoka was one of twelve partners to be selected and were welcomed by Joris den Bruinen, General Director of HSD, and Saskia Noordewier,...

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