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Archive 2013

Season’s greetings from everyone at The Security Company. With all the fun and festivities being held this month, the last thing you want to do is ...

There is no doubt about it, cyber criminals are getting savvier.  Developments are made every day that put our personal information, cash and ...

You may have heard a murmur in the corridors or a whisper coming from the comms office - there's a new buzz word doing the rounds - Gamification r ...

We may only be in September but have you considered a security spring clean?  It's time to be completely honest - do you know how many online ...

According to FBI Director Robert Mueller, 'cybercrime will eclipse terrorism'. Further to that, Jonathan Evans, Head of MI5, spoke publicly for th ...

In just a couple of weeks children will be packing up their text books in preparation for long and hopefully sunny weeks of fun and frivolity.&nbs ...

Think back 30 years, if someone had explained then how reliant we would all be on the internet now would you have believed them?  The interne ...

 "Whistleblowing: The Inside Story" highlights the stigma that continues to exist around this contentious issue.  The report by the Publ ...

Turn on the TV or open your favourite newspaper and you can't fail to miss it - once again identity theft is front page news. Identity theft is sc ...

'Bring your own device' (BYOD) stories continue to be a daily occurrence across media channels. Regular warnings are issued to companies relating ...

The recent fall from grace of the UK's first youth police and crime commissioner, Paris Brown, has again highlighted how easy it is to be caught o ...

Once again the issue of whether security awareness training is effective has been raging online over the past few weeks. A panel debate on the sub ...

There is a lack of guidance available to employees who are encouraged to 'bring your own device' (BYOD) for work purposes. The warning comes from ...

Organised crime costs the UK between £20 billion and £40 billion a year and one of the key messages from the SASIG Masterclass on "The Human Facto ...

Recent revelations about Jimmy Saville and Cardinal O'Brien have revealed that there were rumours and stories circulating about both ind ...

Really? Another article telling us what we already know: that we're rubbish when it comes to anything related to passwords.

A very insightful comment by David Emm, a senior researcher for Kaspersky Lab, to the BBC recently reminded me of how we advocate organisations sh ...

When you go to the cinema, we're quite used to seeing the obligatory warning before the start of the show, reminding us that recording or filming ...

European Privacy Day which took place on January 28 was a timely reminder about the issues relating to data privacy. Not least, achievin ...

We are only too aware of the increasing threat from cybercrime. The anonymity cyberspace provides plus our growing reliance on technology has prov ...

The tinsel has been taken down, the last of the turkey curry has been devoured and the excitement of Christmas is officially over, but even though ...