Our tech panel looks at how Uber (secretly) handled last year’s hack and the controversy around Google’s decision to track Android users’ locations. Then it’s time to discuss why AWS is selling off hardware in China and what Mozilla is up to with its new Firefox Quantum.
On Tuesday 28 November, security operatives from around Glasgow attended Counter Terrorism Project Griffin Training at Cathouse, a music venue in Glasgow.
With everything from massive data breaches at global organizations to explosive ransomware attacks that infect hundreds of thousands of users within days, it’s well established that enterprises these days are dealing with more threats than ever before – all of which are increasing in abundance, frequency and complexity. Among other things, this rapidly evolving threat
A solid backup policy and frequent awareness training can reduce the risk of ransomware, but unintentional breaches by insiders are still a worry for administrators. Watch as Steve Ragan and Michael Nadeau talk security strategy.
Door supervisors can make a big difference to the outcome of a night out by intervening to assist a vulnerable person in trouble, and helping them to make it home safe.
The Matrix Banker malware, first found in Latin America, is now gaining a foothold in diversified targets. Steve Ragan breaks down the threat with Justin Fier, director for cyber intelligence and analysis at Darktrace.
Doctors — particularly the ones that work in emergency rooms — need to have strong stomachs and level heads, since they see illness and injury at their most serious. Violence, accidents and serious diseases are all a matter of routine in the ER. Dr. Christian Dameff is a faculty member at UC San Diego’s medical
Alan Clamp, our Chief Executive of the Security Industry Authority (SIA) launched a new initiative at Security Twenty17 promoting responsible buying of security and the SIA’s Approved Contractor Scheme.
Unlicensed security director given suspended prison sentence as court considers confiscation of his assets
On 6 November, at Caernarfon Crown Court, Mark Pursglove was sentenced for working without a licence following several hearings in October 2017 and September 2017.
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