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September 18, 2015

CBR round-up: 5 best lists of the week

Read about security apps, nanotechnology, security flaws in iOS 9 and much more.

By Alexander Sword

5 essential security apps for your Android device

Phones and tablets are hosting ever more sensitive data, so here are some of the best apps to protect your Android device.

5 out of this world nanotechnologies driving future IoT

Internet of Nano Things: Nanotechnology will reshape healthcare but also help keep "things" on all the time.

More secure, still flawed: 8 security experts react to iOS 9

Read what Good Technology, MobileIron, SOTI and others think about the new OS.

5 open source projects revolutionising tech

Apache Hadoop, OpenStack, Kubernetes – they’re all ground breaking open source projects.

Absorbing the punches: 6 steps to cybersecurity resilience

Gartner’s Peter Firstbrook explains how to build an organisation that can handle a cyber-attack.

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