Legal chiefs are increasingly being tasked with maintaining their organizations’ data protection and cybersecurity in the wake of high profile breaches and growing privacy legislation, according to an Association of Corporate Counsel report released Tuesday.

With one paw the Russian bear offers a digital truce, an online olive branch to curtail their agents’ pernicious attacks on America’s cyber infrastructure in their cyber-warfare.

Fewer people are testing positive for COVID-19 and lockdown is easing. However, attention has now turned to how we can prevent a second wave and prevent the transmission of the virus.

How to make sure your IoT devices don’t become tasty bait for data trawlers. Our previous blog where we examined how the net is full of security holes, in this blog we look at possible precautions against data trawlers.

FaceApp’s digital aging technology has captivated the nation, but is it all a secret Russian plot to steal your data?

This is old news, but the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) launched an investigation into the use of facial recognition technology at King’s Cross following media reports of the covert practice in the summer of 2019. We’ve yet to have clarity on the practice.

Ransomware cyber attacks could leave you and your business without access to crucial IT services. Here’s how to deal with and prevent them.

Ransomware cyber attacks could leave you and your business without access to crucial IT services. Here’s how to deal with and prevent them.

A ransomware attack could cripple your IT infrastructure. Here’s how to prevent and deal with them.

The UK hosted the world’s first surveillance camera day. The UK spends over £2 billion per annum on video surveillance. However, this is not just to flaunt the new tech. The aim is to also raise awareness about surveillance cameras and ignite a debate on how they are used. How much should security cameras be used?