Chenega Precipio: Vehicle Protection and Proactive Mitigation through 24/7 vehicle monitoring
Technical Surveillance Counter Measures: The forgotten threat
We all know of the threat posed by poor cyber security and computer hacking. What’s not in the news as often is an increase in eavesdropping, better known as “bugging”.
Chenega Europe to Exhibit at UK's Leading National Security Expo, SCTX
Chenega Europe will be exhibiting in Booth D22 at the UK’s leading national security event, SCTX Security & Counter Terror Expo, March 6th-7th at Olympia London. Security & Counter Terror Expo is a world-class showcase of the capabilities, strategies and intelligence to keep nations, infrastructure, business and people safe. This expo is the ideal opportunity for Chene ...
OSINT Course Launches Online with Ulster University
Our OSINT course is now available fully online with Ulster University from 15th January 2018. Sign up today!
Stay Safe this Christmas
Tips from Chenega Europe to ensure you stay safe in the event of an attack or incident this festive period.
Attack of the Drones
Whether you fear them, lust after them, or still aren’t really sure what they are… drones are the future. There’s no question about it.
What's up with WhatsApp?
WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption and censorship in China is under the microscope. We take a look at what is going on...
Chenega Presidents meet with local technology and cyber firms in Belfast
Presidents and Senior Executives from across Chenega Corporation attended meetings with local technology and cyber firms in Belfast last week.
What is the Dark Web?
A look into the different layers of the Internet. Starting at the surface with the Open Web, then diving into the Deep and Dark web and the specialist software required to access them.
Security Issues using Unprotected Public WiFi Networks
With the ever-increasing requirement for having online access all the time, users are more often connecting to public WiFi networks or hotspots than before, such as in an airport, hotel or public place. Wifi networks are becoming more popular and powerful and devices can easily connect to them, but they do pose a high security risk.
Once a smartphone, laptop of other device is connected to a public network, hackers can very easily intercept a user’s online activity and even gain access to the device itself.