So what is Krack? This week a researcher at the Belgian university KU Leuven revealed that he had discovered a previously unknown vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi security protocol.  The vulnerability, dupped KRACK,  would allow a hacker to intercept traffic passing between any device (phone, tablet, laptop, IOT device etc) and a Wi-Fi access point….

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Here at Corrata we’ve long believed that a critical step in understanding the status of a mobile security on a device is examining how it interacts with the network. The recent Igexin spyware scare on the Google Play Store is an excellent illustration as to why this is the case and highlights significant drawbacks in relying on…

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How to make sure your staff’s summer browsing doesn’t ruin your business The three things you need to be aware of, to keep you, your staff, and your company safe: Your staff are going to use free wifi hots spots when they are on holiday. Advising them to use encrypted and/or brand name access points…

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The demise of the Windows Phone and how enterprises should respond After a long drawn out period Microsoft has finally announced what many predicted as inevitable for a long time, the demise of the Windows Phone. When it’s revenue fell from one quarter to the next by $730 million, down to a mere $5 million,…

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We couldn’t be more proud to announce that Corrata has won the Bank Of Ireland technology startup of the year 2017. The Bank of Ireland Startup Awards are Ireland’s premier awards program for early stage Irish business. The event was held at the Mansion House, Dublin and hosted by Dragon’s Den judge Gavin Duffy. By…

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2017 has been an exciting year for Corrata and we’re not even halfway through! Corrata has made it to the finals in the Technology Startup Of The Year category at the Bank Of Ireland Startup Awards 2017. We are just one of six startups who have made it to this stage. This prestigious event, which recognizes and rewards…

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Make way for mobile. In 2016 280 million desktop or laptop computers shipped globally. The equivalent figure for smartphones was an amazing 1.5 billion. These figures highlight the fact that today’s personal computing platform of choice is mobile. And of course, the overwhelming number of these mobile devices are running either Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android operating systems….

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