Understanding the GCHQ hacking toolkit

Earlier this month, the campaigning US lawyer Glenn Greenwald released a seemingly genuine document that gave an intriguing insight in to the inner workings of GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters), one of Britain’s three secret intelligence and

Win a Pebble Watch for Android and iPhone in our Twitter competition

Have you ever wanted to talk into your watch like Michael Knight on Knight Rider? Do you want a James Bond-style message-receiving gadget, that also allows you to take photographs from your wrist? Of course you do, who wouldn’t? That’s why we’re giving one away! To enter, simply reply to our competition Tweet below, and […]

Does Remote Working jeopardise security practices?

In February of 2013, Yahoo caused something of a flurry when it sent a memo to all employees banning them from working from home forthwith. The edict provoked some disgruntled reactions from Yahoo employees, and even Richard Branson waded into the debate. It does seem, however, that despite

The biggest data breaches of 2014

According to a Washington-based IT security watchdog, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA), 2013 was the worst ever year for information security breaches. The organisation estimated that