Cyber security Working from home risks online security and privacy – how to stay protected

Remote working can be a blessing. More time with family, less commuting, and meetings from the comfort of your living …

Surveillance Privacy fears as India hand stamps suspected coronavirus cases

People suspected of having the coronavirus in India have received hand stamps and are being tracked using their mobile phones …

Podcast Does it really matter if government has backdoors to our tech?

This week we tackle the debate around encryption on the teissPodcast. I hope you’re keeping healthy and sane in these …

Data privacy European mobile operators share data for coronavirus fight

Mobile carriers are sharing data with the health authorities in Italy, Germany and Austria, helping to fight coronavirus by monitoring …

Hacking Baby monitors & smart cameras “easily” hacked by criminals

The Internet of Things (IoT) is advancing our daily lives, but also making users more vulnerable to privacy breaches. Baby …

Podcast Is the ICO all carrot and no stick? Security Leaders discuss!

This week on the teiss Security Leaders’ Roundtable Podcast former CISO – Thom Langford, Founder, TL(2) Security, and Data Protection …

Apple Exclusive: iPhone app makers questioned in U.S. antitrust probe of Apple

The U.S. Justice Department has reached out to app developers as part of its investigation into Apple Inc, one of …

Artificial Intelligence India’s railways to use facial recognition amid privacy fears

Most major railway stations in India will use facial recognition to fight crime by the end of 2020, a senior …

Data privacy Tips for remaining secure this Data Privacy Day

The fact that Data Privacy Day is being celebrated for the entire month of January rather than just one day …

Data protection Proactivity is key this Data Protection Day 

The data breaches and hacks populating the news each week make it increasingly difficult to ignore issues regarding data protection. …

Privacy Alphabet CEO backs temporary ban on facial-recognition, Microsoft disagrees

The EU's proposal for a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology won backing from Alphabet Chief Executive Sundar Pichai on Monday …

Podcast How can we protect our children online?

According to the National Crime Agency more than 2,500 arrests were made last year in the UK, after Facebook reported …