If the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), the EUs data protection harmonisation project, was to become a Hollywood movie, its genre would most likely be horror. Focus on the regulation over the past twelve months has been mostly aimed toward its penalties, with scare stories in no short supply.Read Article
If I had earned £1 for every time I was asked “which IT security solutions help with the incoming GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)?” I would be able to purchase every possible solution myself. Only that would still fail to answer the question because it’s just not that simple. Nothing ever is.Read Article
Ever since the invention of the sundial, nothing has haunted humanity more than a lack of time. Mans curse to bear forever since is to periodically mutter the phrase "there's not enough hours in the day" in the hope the planet may spin a little slower and grant us our wish. It hasn't worked yet.
Big network breaches are becoming the norm with little resistance seemingly being placed in the attackers path. Is this the world we must become accustomed to living in? or can technology be part of the solution rather than just the problem?Read Article
IT security loves fear, it's the very foundation upon which it is built. Much like the physical security world, without the fear of the possible, there would be no risk and no purpose to reduce it.Read Article
Whether you were aware or not, the UK Data Protection Act has been protecting your digital identity and personal data since 1998 – a relative dinosaur in the fast-changing world of IT. However, as of April 2016, this piece of legislation has been given a two year expiration date.Read Article
I know what you’re thinking…not another ransomware publication. It has certainly been the hottest IT security topic of summer 2016 and shows no signs of slowing.Read Article
After months of public debating, the binary answer to what is likely to be the most momentous decision the UK will make in my lifetime was finally within reach. The ultimate question was answered: the UK was to leave the EU, but what is left in its place?Read Article