Recent Technology press releases

Airport security under siege

Sometimes security dangers aren’t as clandestine as you may think. In fact, one of the most serious threats to your firm’s security could be sitting next to you… in the airport departure lounge.

Print journalism ‘more prestigious than online’

A poll by news and features syndication site greatreporter.com shows two thirds of reporters still think print pips the post in prestige over web journalism...

Businesses that fail disabled ‘risk legal woes’

Changes to the law that protects disabled people in Britain from discrimination will mean businesses and employers should brace themselves for a raft of legal challenges this year, experts predict…

IE was ‘unsafe’ for 98% of 2004, Mozilla safest

Global security consultancy ScanIT shows Microsoft's Internet Explorer was "unsafe" for 98% of 2004, while rival browser Mozilla was "unsafe" for only 15%.

Pain for pregnant workers and employers avoidable, expert says

The burgeoning number of women leaving work each year over pregnancy discrimination and ignorance by employers could be dramatically reduced if employers act on their obligations, a leading Health & Safety company has advised.

Careless talk costing companies and consumers

Belgian-based IT security consultancy, ScanIT (scanit.net) says it was able to exploit voicemail systems in Europe and Asia using simple tools and software readily available on the Internet.

MOST COMPUTERS ARE SITTING TARGETS FOR HACKERS

A survey conducted by the leading Belgian IT security company, ScanIT, shows many of the world's computers are "sitting targets" for hackers, despite the use of virus protection software and firewalls.

News website wants great reporters

A news website aimed at young reporters and student journalists around the world has launched and urgently requires writers.

SECURITY SCANNER CLOSES IE TO HACKERS

Internet users are putting their confidential information beyond the reach of hackers using a quick and free online security checker.