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  • September 05, 2019 05 Sep'19

    Police use of controversial facial recognition technology deemed lawful

    In a landmark hearing, the High Court has ruled that police use of automatic facial recognition technology is lawful, but that it still infringes on privacy rights

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  • September 05, 2019 05 Sep'19

    Security pros doubt officials can enact effective security laws

    Elected officials cannot be trusted to enact effective cyber security legislation and social media firms should be subject to strict privacy regulation, according to most information security professionals in a survey

  • September 05, 2019 05 Sep'19

    Tide Foundation aims to boost password security

    While passwordless security remains just out of reach, a non-profit organisation has developed a mechanism that it says makes passwords exponentially more difficult to crack

  • September 05, 2019 05 Sep'19

    Digital challenger banks in UK to triple customer base

    Digital challenger banks are increasing their amount of customers fast, but face major challenges if they are to make serious in-roads into the banking sector

  • September 05, 2019 05 Sep'19

    Latest Facebook security lapse exposes millions to account hijack

    18 million UK users are among the more than 400 million at risk of account hijacking after phone numbers linked to their Facebook accounts were found in an open online database

  • September 05, 2019 05 Sep'19

    National Rail Enquiries hit by rush hour real-time information outage on mobile app and website

    National Rail Enquiries confirms it is waiting on a third-party supplier for an update on when access to real-time train departure and arrival information will be restored on its website and mobile app