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Mar 25, 2020
It’s going to be really important to stay connected with friends and family during this period of social distancing.
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Jul 09, 2019
There were not many data breaches to report on but June was actually rather a busy month for security update releases.
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Mar 21, 2019
Many sporting events often rely on hundreds of volunteers to ensure that they run smoothly, but the Tokyo 2020 Olympics & Paralympics is set to be completely different. Instead of relying on ‘human’ volunteers, the event will see robots helping out.
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Feb 27, 2019
Back in September last year, we reminded you about BT’s announcement to phase out ISDN lines. It’s time for an update and another little nudge, to ensure you’re prepared for the phase out.
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Feb 18, 2019
An independent review has suggested that tech giants including Facebook and Google should be monitored by a regulator to ensure that their news content is trustworthy and we couldn’t agree more.
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Feb 11, 2019
Last year, a whopping 46% of UK businesses surveyed by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport reported at least one cyber security breach. Although this is not necessarily surprising, there are many steps that businesses can take to ensure that they are protected from those pesky hackers.
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Feb 01, 2019
Compared with a busy December that saw threats and data breaches aplenty, the start of 2019 has been somewhat slow in the Cyber Security world. But with the new year did come a little bit of action, so have a read of our top stories below:
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Dec 12, 2018
Technology giant Samsung made a huge blunder after their team used a rival device to share social media updates.
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Dec 04, 2018
November was another busy month in the world of cyber security with lots of data hacks being reported as well as many internet users taking advantage of the biggest online shopping event of the year, Black Friday. Here’s the latest from November:
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Nov 29, 2018
Ridesharing company, Uber have been fined a huge £385,000 for the loss of UK customer data back in 2016, by The Information Commissioner’s Office. The data which included full names, addresses and phone numbers were stolen due to avoidable data security flaws.
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