Data Breaches

How to Protect Yourself Against the Hackers

Gary Newe | Posted 03.09.2015 | UK Tech
Gary Newe

The number of data breaches has continued to grow in 2015. Barely a day goes by without a company or country falling victim to a cyber-security attack. Some of the high profile attacks we've witnessed this year include Github, Uber, and Chris Froome's personal training data.

Transparency and Trust: What's Happening With Our Data?

David Emm | Posted 28.08.2015 | UK Tech
David Emm

Worryingly, many people use the same password and personal details across multiple online accounts, so if their details have been compromised by one attack they could find other online accounts suffer too.

Keep Up or Get Caught Out - Lessons From the Ashley Madison Hack

Gary Newe | Posted 24.07.2015 | UK Tech
Gary Newe

As the lines between the professional and social use of technology continue to blur, it is vital that we start to really recognise the significance of these attacks, how likely they are and how damaging they can be.

Big Data: Businesses Must Remember to Take Out Their Rubbish

Nick Patience | Posted 11.11.2013 | UK Tech
Nick Patience

In the wake of revelations and consumer backlash against PRISM, big businesses around the world are coming under increasing pressure to give users more insight into and guarantees about how they are using their data.

Government throws spotlight on small firms in fight against cybercrime

Mike Foreman | Posted 06.07.2013 | UK Politics
Mike Foreman

Cybercrime remains one of the greatest threats to UK business. Latest government figures calculate that it costs the country £27bn each year, with £...

Children Of The Digital Revolution

David S. Gibson | Posted 21.05.2013 | UK Tech
David S. Gibson

In a single generation, digital collaboration has completely changed the way we communicate and work. Ubiquitous connectivity and digitized information may be the most significant global change to take place since the transportation revolution.

Government's Communications Bill - Licence to Snoop?

Gary Hibberd | Posted 16.02.2013 | UK Politics
Gary Hibberd

My concern is not about the rights of official bodies having access to this information. Rather it is the ability of these organizations to hold such vast amounts of data securely coupled with the idea that a Draft Communications Bill can be written without any real consideration around the practicalities of its implementation.

Small Firms Need Support and Education to Protect Against Data Breaches

Robert Guice | Posted 22.09.2012 | UK
Robert Guice

Small and medium sized enterprises in the UK do not see information security as an important issue, yet the risk of data breaches has never been higher.

'Hacktivists Steal More Data Than Criminals' Claims US Security Report

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 22.03.2012 | UK Tech

Political hacking groups such as Anonymous were responsible for more than half of all records stolen through data breaches in 2011, a report has claim...