Clipping the wings of Pegasus – surveillance and WhatsApp

Israeli spyware company NSO Group has been heavily featured in the news recently, and for good reason. Facebook-owned WhatsApp is suing NSO Group after the phones of some WhatsApp users were breached …
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Why we all need to weigh into the world of cybersecurity

Who should take responsibility for the multi-million-pound problem (or lucrative market, depending on whose perspective you take) that is cybercrime? Governments are in a privileged position of having …
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The security shift from beginning to the endpoint

Over the past two decades, the enterprise has evolved significantly in terms of technology,software and connectivity. However, one aspect remains pretty constant: the importance of the employee workst …
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5 reasons why you should attend SecureData’s Cybersecurity Summit this November

Once upon a time, we thought cybersecurity didn’t matter; that hacks and breaches were the domains of nefarious actors teaching unethical corporates a lesson for playing fast and loose with our info …
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What do Article 32 of GDPR and patch management have in common?

Ask any SysAdmin about the most challenging part of their job, and along with keeping massively complex networks up and running they’ll probably say patch management. However, with businesses increa …
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Debt in the IoT domain

It’s no stretch to say that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to revolutionise connectivity for everyone – to at least some degree. Already manufacturers are reaping the benefits of connected …
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Knowledge is power: the importance of comprehensive network insight to cybersecurity

The majority of businesses are now very much aware of the threat of cyberattacks, and the damage they can cause. These threats include nation state actors targeting big multinational enterprises – r …
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Sometimes we can’t even get the basics of cybersecurity right

As a sector that is constantly evolving, cybersecurity has all too often been characterised as a complex and technical subject that requires mystical tools and magical potions to solve businesses secu …
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The continued backlash of Cambridge Analytica

Countless privacy violations have cropped up in recent years; they are gleefully gobbled up by the media, and then tend to fizzle out before the next security incident pops up, whack-a-mole style, to …
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Stop reading the tech pages – read the politics ones instead

Many leaders in the technology space consider it sacrosanct to read the technology pages of the broadsheet and tabloid papers every morning.  After all, this is where innovation, ideas, and the lates …
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