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News 9 surprising things that are illegal under data protection rules

Teiss Head of Training and Consulting, Jeremy Swinfen Green, outlines some of the more interesting data protection decisions taken by …

News Mexican government targeted journalists with spyware-laced messages

A number of Mexican journalists and lawyers were targeted by spyware when they were investigating charges of corruption by the …

News Banks to report all ‘significant cyber incidents’ to ECB starting this summer

The European Central Bank has mandated all major banks under its control to report 'all significant cyber incidents' starting this …

News Major data breach exposes sensitive details of 200 million US voters

Confidential and sensitive details of over 198 million US citizens were leaked online by an analytics firm hired by the …

News GDPR: Keep Calm & Put Your Cheque Book Away

By Richard Walters Watching salespeople on the show floor of this year’s Infosecurity Europe and it’s as if all their …

News Why IT education in schools is failing the UK

Jeremy Swinfen Green, TEISS’s Head of Training and Consulting, bemoans the state of  IT education at GCSE level. Why are …

News The rise and rise of infrastructure-focussed malware

Two years ago, a survey of security experts conducted by Intel Security and the Aspen Institute revealed how experts feared …

News Data breach at University of East Anglia reveals students’ personal details

The University of East Anglia mistakenly shared personal and sensitive details about certain students with hundreds of others via an …

News Social media addiction of travelling Brits placing their security at risk

British travellers who post on social media during their travels put the security of their homes at risk, notes a …

News Internet is the wild west, the Sheriff is dead and the Hatfield-McCoys have raided...

It was at the Emirates Stadium in London that I met Niloofar Razi Howe, Chief Strategy Officer at RSA on …

News These are UK’s fraud and scam hotspots

Dorset leads the rest of UK when it comes to computer virus, malware, and spyware scams, according to data collected …

News Mobile device forensics just got better

MSAB, suppliers of mobile device forensics products to law enforcement agencies, have inked a partnership with digital investigation software-maker Nuix …