Brits Abroad: Workaholic Holidaymakers Take Their Insecure Practices And Devices With Them

With the schools out for summer, it’s time for Brits to pack up their suitcases and jet off to sunnier destinations, and a new July 2014 survey from ESET in conjunction with One Poll has revealed most people won’t be forgetting their work-enabled mobile device in their luggage this year, with the anticipation of having to [...]

Infosec And Diversity

When I was younger I lived on the Essex/Suffolk border in an area probably best described as farmland. My village was what you may call ‘quaint’, consisting of a post office, four pubs, a great river for fishing in and nothing much else besides open space. It was so quiet and peaceful that the local police [...]

And Another Thing… What A Difference A Year Makes

They say time flies when you’re having fun and, for me, the last 12 months has proven that to be very true indeed. I cannot believe its been a whole year since I put out THAT post which, ultimately, made such a huge difference to my life. On June 25 last year I really was [...]

SSL – Should Your Website Use It?

For many people having their own business to run is a dream scenario. And for the few who achieve that dream, there is no greater joy than being able to be independent setting their own rules and choosing their own schedule. But when you own your own business you will likely find that there is [...]

Why Do “Thousands Of Systems Remain Affected Or At Risk” From Gameover Zeus And Cryptolocker?

The UK National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned that thousands of computer systems are still susceptible to the twin risks of Gameover Zeus (a variant of the Zeus banking Trojan) and Cryptolocker (ransomware that encrypts files and demands payment in return for the key to unlock them), even though users were advised to take action [...]