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Oppo A37 putting more premium on advanced ‘selfies’

The entry-level smartphone market welcomes a new player with the OPPO A37. The company has been traditionally known to equip their mobile phones with impressive cameras and apparently that is the angle that this new device will be offering.

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No More Ransom: Law Enforcement and IT Security Companies Join Forces to Fight Ransomware

The Dutch National Police, Europol, Intel Security and Kaspersky Lab join forces to launch an initiative called No More Ransom, a new step in the cooperation between law enforcement and the private sector to fight ransomware together. No More Ransom (www.nomoreransom.org) is a new online portal aimed at informing the public about the dangers of ransomware and helping victims to recover their data without having to pay ransom to the cybercriminals.

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Travel stimulates higher-risk behavior online among consumers, says Kaspersky Lab report

The latest research from Kaspersky Lab shows that consumers are endangering themselves and their data because they are letting their guard down abroad. From drinking alcohol, to using risky Wi-Fi connections, and handing their smartphones over to strangers, the research highlights the perils of consumer traveling habits, with two fifths (42%) admitting they are less secure in how they connect on holiday, compared to how they connect when they travel for business.

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Scholarship Announcement From Carmudi Philippines

Online Car Classified Carmudi formally announced its third scholarship program that aims to help third and fourth year undergraduate students who are academically outstanding but economically challenged.

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Securing Smart Cities’ First Year: The Supporting Community Grows Three-fold

Just a year has passed since Securing Smart Cities – a not-for-profit global initiative that aims to raise awareness and solve the existing and future cybersecurity problems of smart cities – was launched. Since that time the initiative’s supporting community has increased three-fold: from 10 cybersecurity experts from all over the world, to more than 30. In addition, the number of supporting organizations has grown, from four to fifteen.

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Securing Smart Cities’ First Year: The Supporting Community Grows Three-fold

Just a year has passed since Securing Smart Cities – a not-for-profit global initiative that aims to raise awareness and solve the existing and future cybersecurity problems of smart cities – was launched. Since that time the initiative’s supporting community has increased three-fold: from 10 cybersecurity experts from all over the world, to more than 30. In addition, the number of supporting organizations has grown, from four to fifteen.

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