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The More We All Know About IT Security the Better!



The More We All Know About IT Security the Better!



For those in the know, last Thursday evening saw the first Security Scotland MeetUp. It was organised and hosted by Stu Hirst of Skyscanner at their snazzy office in the Quartermile part of Edinburgh. I think it’s safe to say the night was a massive success … |More

National Cyber Security Strategy Through Green Eyes



National Cyber Security Strategy Through Green Eyes

This blog article will give you an overview of the Ireland’s newly released National Cyber Security Strategy. But first of all, let’s take a look at some important numbers.

I think we can all agree that concerns about cyber security have reached record highs. According to the recent survey|More

Uber Is to Quadruple Its Security Team



Uber Is to Quadruple Its Security Team

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

Carphone Warehouse Says The Recent Attack Represents ‘The Reality of the Modern World’



Carphone Warehouse Says The Recent Attack Represents ‘The Reality of the Modern World’

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.

The … |More

If You Want to Do Better, Go to Your Best Customers First – Cameron Agrees Renewed Security Pledge With Trading Partner, Singapore.



If You Want to Do Better, Go to Your Best Customers First – Cameron Agrees Renewed Security Pledge With Trading Partner, Singapore.

According to the Prime Minister, if you want to do better, you should go to your best customers first and try and get even more investment and business out of them. After such a statement, Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong could not hide his positivity towards Europe’s engagement … |More