Web Toolbar by Wibiya
Login | Sign Up AnonymousUser
twiter
New to Comunitee?


or Sign Up with Email

Tech

>> INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER Latest News

MAY 09, 2016 - TheNextWeb

A Must Read - Share

British Airways’ long-haul flights are getting 70Mbps internet access next year

British Airways is one of the brands set to benefit from a new deal between the International Airlines Group and internet service provider Gogo from next year. Under terms of the deal, the company’s long-haul flights – as well as some operated by Iberia and Aer Lingus – will start being upgraded to faster ‘2Ku’ technology, which can provide speeds of up ...

Tags: British Airways’ long-haul flights are getting 70Mbps internet access next year,  Internet Service Provider Latest News

MAY 08, 2016 - Business Insider

A Must Read - Share

I was able to save $3,000 by quitting cable

Ditching cable has turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. By my rough estimate, I've saved at least $3,000 since I quit cable four years ago, and I don't feel like I've really missed anything on TV. Here's my setup: I pay $60 per month for my internet service from Time Warner Cable. I have ...

Tags: I was able to save $3,000 by quitting cable,  Internet Service Provider Latest News

MAY 08, 2016 - Business Insider

A Must Read - Share

How hackers smooth-talked their way past the security of a power company

I recently traveled to the Midwest to follow ethical hackers from cybersecurity firm RedTeam Security as they tested the systems of a major power company. One of the most interesting tactics they used is called social engineering. Social engineering is the tried-and-true hacker tactic of deceiving someone and trying to convince them to do something they normally wouldn't do. It happens often over the ...

Tags: How hackers smooth-talked their way past the security of a power company,  Internet Service Provider Latest News

MAY 08, 2016 - Forbes

A Must Read - Share

When It Comes To Protecting Yourself From Hackers, Do As Affleck's Batman Would: Overreact

Earlier this week I wrote a piece suggesting readers to change their email passwords and, if they hadn't, sign up for two-step verification for extra security. That was in response to a Reuters report that hackers have stolen the passwords to 273 million email accounts belonging to Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo Mail, and Russian internet service provider Mail.ru.

Tags: When It Comes To Protecting Yourself From Hackers, Do As Affleck's Batman Would: Overreact,  Internet Service Provider Latest News