E-Safety issues highlighted against the backdrop of anti-bullying week

David Cameron is calling for reform in the the way children are protected on the Internet. Children now start to use the web at the age of eight and …

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Does your BYOD policy ensure data security?

Addressing the consumerization of IT in the workplace is not an easy task. The nuances of usage and the complexity of tracking things like features an…

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The Challenge For IT Directors Getting Security Into Budget

The digital threat landscape evolves and changes on a daily basis and despite the importance of IT within organisations of all sizes and industries, c…

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1 In A Million – Are You Part Of The Latest African Data Breach?

The last 12-months has seen several high-profile data breaches. In Europe, data protection has been under the microscope for 24-months in the run-up t…

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Banks Begin Backing Themselves Against Disaster

The banking and finance industries are synonymous with security especially when it comes to technical aspects of service including the growing use of …

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Are you protecting pupils in your school on Safer Internet Day?

The Internet is now a vital element of the lives of young people. The benefits of the Internet are huge but it poses great dangers too. Against the b…

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Confidential data lost once more – a sobering thought

In an all too familiar scenario, it was recentlyreportedthat anunencrypted memory stickwas left in a London pub withconfidential data leaked. The data…

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Detention for one school for data loss

A school in Oldham has breached strict new laws put in place by the Information Commisioner’s Office (ICO) after an unencrypted laptop was stolen from…

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Data Breaches In The Public Sector

Data breaches are an expensive problem and are about to become even more costly. The introduction of the GDPR will make them more expensive, providing…

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Equifax Has A Problem That Is Worth Half A Billion

The infamousEquifax data breachhas once more expanded, the company announced last week that a further 2.4 million consumers in the United States had t…

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City Council Fined

The Information Commisioner’s Office (ICO) has served a Scotland based City Council with a fine of £150,000 after two unencrypted laptops were stolen…

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Public Cloud Makes Sensitive Data Public

The Panama papers data leak of 2016 was, at the time, described as the largest data breach in history. The breach lead to sensitive file data being ac…

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