MPs ‘widely and routinely’ breaching data protection and cyber security policies

Member of Parliament Nadine Dorries has sparked widespread concern after claiming it was common practice for MPs to share computer log-in details with staff and interns.

ADS Group solves email deliverability issues and combats phishing with OnDMARC

ADS Group is a UK‐based trade organisation that represents the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors, with membership made up of over 1,000 UK...

BSI revise guidance for information security management

BSI, the business standards company, has revised its guidance standard for information security management systems.

Home Secretary: ‘Real people’ don’t need end-to-end encryption

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has made remarks suggesting a shocking misunderstanding of messaging apps that use end-to-end encryption, saying that it aids terrorism.

ClearSky & Trend Micro track politically motivated global Cyber Attacks

A new report on the group known as "CopyKittens" details its increased Cyber Attack activity in support of its political ambitions.

US Naval Academy graduates first cyber operations Midshipmen

The first 27 of the US Naval Academy’s cyber operations majors graduate this week.

Data flows in a post-Brexit Britain

Some Brexit critics have argued that Brexit will lead to decreased data sharing and threaten our national security.

F-35’s logistics system undergoes penetration test

A penetration test is the practice of testing a computer system or network to find vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.

Defence Minister opens £3M Cyber Security Centre in Gloucester

Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin visited Gloucester to open Lockheed Martin’s £3 million Cyber Security Centre.

Location Based Social Media and its Impacts on Society and Security

Location based media platforms like Snapchat’s so-called ‘Snap Map’ and Pokemon Go have received mixed responses in terms of their effects on society and personal security.



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