Taxi services provider and Black Cab nemesis Uber has recently announced that it will be expanding its security team. Uber aims to lessen concerns about data privacy and be more prepared in case they need to defend against hackers. The current number of staff working in a security team is … |More
Ofcom’s 2015 Market Report is out and it’s official – The UK Has a Strongly Embedded Smartphone Culture – So What Are the Security Implications?
According to Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator, PCs and laptops lag behind smartphones when it comes to Internet browsing. Smartphones have become an inseparable part of our personal and business lives. Instant access to an email, conference calls on-the-go, facetiming your kids while commuting home from work, amongst other activities, … |More
The mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse admitted that up to 2.4m customers’ personal data, such as names, addresses and DOBs might have been exposed to hackers. There is a possibility that encrypted payment card details have also be accessed, leaving previous and existing customers to worry even more.
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The latest report from Gov.uk has good news for businesses looking to upgrade their cyber security. Until the 20th of October, SMEs can apply to win a £5000 Cyber Security Innovation Voucher from Innovate UK.
If You Want to Do Better, Go to Your Best Customers First – Cameron Agrees Renewed Security Pledge With Trading Partner, Singapore.
Are we ready for the retro phone? Italian entrepreneurs, Massimo Cabigiano and Carlo Scattolini have no doubts. They have acquired the rights to the Commodore brand. With the Commodore 64 turning 30 the pair are launching the Commodore PET, a smartphone which runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and has a 5.5-inch … |More
Epic Games, maker of hit titles including Gears of War, Unreal Tournament and the legendary Unreal Gaming Engine have had their Games’ forums hacked. The forums have been taken offline and will only re-open once the issue is resolved. The current information on the website states:
Back in January, after the terror attacks in Paris, David Cameron proposed a number of new anti-terror laws. Within these were provisions for having cryptographic backdoors for the security services. He expressed the benefits of getting access to encrypted information whenever extreme circumstances occur. However as is often seen with … |More