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Information SecurityNews Is Apple’s iPhone the most secure phone in the world?

The iPhone is celebrating its tenth anniversary this month, following years of bitter rivalry with its Android counterparts and also …

Information Security UK industry has a massive cyber skills shortage: and it’s their fault

Jeremy Swinfen Green, Head of training and consulting at Teiss, is angry at the way we are addressing the cyber …

Information Security Cloud migration: critical lessons to be learnt from moving houses

By Ashwin Krishnan The other day a close friend of ours decided to move from their sprawling (and inefficient) 5-bedroom …

Information Security The path to multi-cloud – a multi-dimensional problem!

By Ashwin Krishnan ‘Cloud’ is all the rage – and for the right reasons. More practically, for enterprises who have …

Information Security Cybersecurity Travel Tips When Going Abroad

Holiday time is looming, and many people are making plans for international travel. If you are among them, be sure …

Information Security The countdown to GDPR starts today!

TEISS’s Head of Consulting, Jeremy Swinfen Green, explains what organisations have to do to get ready for GDPR, the EU’s …

Information Security EXCLUSIVE: Top US university comes under severe phishing attack

This morning, Carnegie Mellon University was subject to a severe phishing attack, TEISS has found. The attempt comes at a time …

Information Security NHS, cybersecurity and GDPR: A look at the state of affairs in the health...

“No patient information has been affected, 654 of our staff, current and past, have been affected by this security breach. …

Information Security How likely are the General Elections to be hacked?

Very- is the answer. Even if political pundits say otherwise. Hacking isn't just when someone steals a password. Election hacking …

Information Security NCA aims to pull back teenagers from engaging in cyber-crime

Four years ago, Adam Mudd, a 16-year old British boy, worked on a computer in his bedroom behind prying eyes. …

Information Security Spreading the risk of data analysis

Henry Umney, Director of ClusterSeven and Teiss guest blogger explains why data chaos caused by spreadsheets is a serious business …

GDPR How can small businesses cope with GDPR?

Paul McCormack, Legal Counsel at HSBC, shows how businesses across Europe already deal with stringent data privacy rules. Inevitably, organisations …