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February 18, 2007

Security Watch Shortlisted for Best Business Blog

Much to our surpise and delight we found out this evening that our Security Watch Blog has been shortlisted in the Best Business Blog category for the […]
February 16, 2007

PC Fooone Hoooome

I came across an interesting story today about how technology for one purpose can be used for another.  The SETI project is where people use the spare […]
February 15, 2007

The Folly of Youth

As part of Safer Internet Day organised by Insafe and which BH Consulting supported, a survey was conducted on how young people protect their privacy online.  The results […]
February 13, 2007

Pure Mule

A number of people have asked me to explain how the mule scam works. Mule scams are named after the drug mules used in drug smuggling.  […]
February 12, 2007

Security Watch Nominated for Irish Blog Award

We have just been informed that our Blog has been nominated for the “Best Business Blog” in the upcoming Irish Blog Awards.  We are delighted that […]
February 6, 2007

Today is Safer Internet Day

Early this morning the European Commissioner for Information Society and Media, Ms. Viviane Reding, launched this years Safer Internet Day.  At 1 a.m. this morning Ms. […]
February 2, 2007

The Great Firewall of China to Be Template for Controlling Internet Content?

In their 2007 annual report on China, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) have expressed concern that the great Internet Firewall of China could become a model for […]
February 2, 2007

January Issue of Security Watch Newsletter now Available

The January 2007 edition of our sister publication, the Security Watch Newsletter, is now available online.  For those of you who do not subscribe to our newsletter, you […]