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What has gone wrong at Apple

Apple has long been setting the bar extremely high when it comes to new tech – with their sleek look, innovative features and previously high level of security.

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Are you ready for GDPR

You should by now know that the rules are changing on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to protect the data of EU citizens, but are you ready?

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BYOD policy: Good or bad for business

New research by Apricorn, into USB use, found that 80% of workers use non-encrypted USB drives on their work computers, which got us thinking about the potential dangers that could be lurking in your office every day.

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Trump names as the Worst Password Offender

2017 has been quite a year for hacking headlines and data breaches and it seems that despite all the warnings and advice some people, who really should know better, are still putting themselves and others at risk.

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Chewbacca Malware

Security researchers have discovered that a piece of malware named after the Star Wars character Chewbacca has been used to steal payment card and personal information 49,000 payment cards stored by 45 retailers in 11 countries.

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2017 Password Fails

Throughout 2017 I kept a note of all the passwords encountered across 71 onsite penetration tests I was engaged on or peer-reviewed.  From all the passwords, two were extremely memorable:

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Unprecedented breach at Tesco Bank

On Sunday, Tesco Bank confirmed that 9000 customers had had funds removed from their accounts, in an attack which the banking regulator has described as “unprecedented in the UK”.

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