Privacy and data protection

  • August 12, 2018 12 Aug'18

    Over 146 billion records to be stolen over next five years

    The US will bear the brunt of data exfiltration efforts by cyber criminals, though Asia-Pacific nations such as Singapore will not be spared

  • August 10, 2018 10 Aug'18

    Butlin’s warns of potential personal data breach

    Holiday camp chain blames cyber breach on a phishing attack, implying that attackers were able to steal user credentials to access customer data – and underlining the need for security awareness training

  • August 09, 2018 09 Aug'18

    ICO fines Emma’s Diary £140,000

    The UK’s privacy watchdog has fined a marketing company for illegally collecting and selling personal information for political campaigning

  • August 09, 2018 09 Aug'18

    Incomplete visibility a top security failing

    Incomplete visibility of IT environments is among the most common basic enterprise security failings, as most organisations are still failing to achieve basic cyber security hygiene, a survey reveals

  • August 08, 2018 08 Aug'18

    Cyber security double agents most common in the UK

    Cyber security professionals who alternate between criminal and legitimate activities or move full-time into cyber criminal activity are more common in the UK than other countries, a report reveals

  • August 08, 2018 08 Aug'18

    Australia calls for interventionist approach in new cyber agenda

    The Australian government is forming a cyber defence network comprising security agencies and private sector partners to support a more interventionist approach towards cyber security