Apparently, you don’t have to know anything about computers to send ransomware. This latest hack attack is a setback for internet commerce.
Overall, more than $1.5 billion has been invested worldwide in blockchains’ possibilities so far. Major companies are betting big on blockchaining’s future.
Since 2000, gold has greatly outperformed every other asset you can think of. So in that sense, gold performs an important insurance function.
The internet has made things a lot easier for us, but it has also made us more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Governments and businesses are now waking up to the fact that they need to invest…
Australia has recently launched a $230 million Cyber Security Strategy to fight back against cyber-villains. We even have our own cyber-superhero.
One of the things I like about gold is that it’s physical. It’s tangible, so it can’t be hacked, erased or deleted.
Apple says that supplying the FBI with the information needed to unlock the data will leave all iPhone users vulnerable to hackers.
I wanted to get his unabridged take on the innovation package. And what it may mean for technology stocks down the road in general.
Cyber security business is set to see massive growth in the years ahead. It’s a trend Sam’s been on top of for years.
Hackers, algorithms and robots. Get used to hearing these three words. They’re three giant pillars in the relentless march of technology.
Part of Dow Theory is the idea that strong stock market growth needs to be reflected (and preceded by) strong growth in the earnings of the transport companies.
Now you have another major threat looming — financial warfare, enabled by cyberattacks and force multipliers.
Cyber defence is an investors market right now. Both domestically and internationally. By that I mean there are a number of great companies, many on the ASX
Imagine if a sophisticated hacking group shut down the online systems of say…the Commonwealth Bank (ASX:CBA)