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By Warwick Ashford News 01 September 2016

Lessons from the Dropbox breach

Dropbox is the latest major company to confirm a data breach, albeit four years old, but – as with all recent data breaches by cloud-based services – it highlights some key security lessons Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 26 July 2016

O2 denies data breach

Cyber criminals have accessed some O2 customer accounts to steal personal details and offer them for sale, but O2 says it was not breached and password re-use is to blame Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 31 August 2016

Cyber security breaches reported to ICO double in a year

An increase in cyber security incidents reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office is further evidence of the need to shift to automated, artificial intelligence-led defences, says Huntsman Security Continue Reading


Opinion 24 August 2016

Data breaches: Different regions, very different impacts

The cost, scrutiny and pressure of dealing with a data breach will become more apparent in the near future as European legislation takes effect Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 19 August 2016

Police arrest woman in connection with Sage data breach

A woman has been arrested on suspicion of fraud in connection with a data breach at accounting software firm Sage Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 15 August 2016

Sage data breach underlines insider threat

Organisations need to take insider threats more seriously say security experts, as Sage warns that a data breach using an internal log-in may have compromised employee data at nearly 300 UK firms Continue Reading


By Fiona O'Cleirigh News 10 August 2016

IPT fines Police Scotland for communications breach of privacy

The case comes as the UK government prepares to introduce the Investigatory Powers Bill, which will give sweeping powers for suspicion-less surveillance of telephone, web and email communications Continue Reading


By Bryan Glick Blog Post 23 September 2016

Breach, rinse, repeat - when will companies get the IT security basics right?

The news that Yahoo suffered a security breach affecting half a billion users has heads shaking and critics justifiably slamming corporate security practices once more. We seem to be stuck in a ... Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 23 September 2016

Yahoo under fire over data breach affecting 500 million users

Yahoo comes under fire for not detecting and notifying users sooner of the biggest breach of personal details to date Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 07 September 2016

Basic security could have prevented OPM breach, says report

Basic security controls and malware-detection tools could have prevented the breach of more than 21 million records at the US Office of Personnel Management in 2015, claims a congressional report Continue Reading