December 14, 2018
Picture of Santa Claus with his present list

Yule never believe it: we sleigh the myth about GDPR and Santa

So we’ve all seen the jokes on WhatsApp and Facebook about Santa’s lack of GDPR compliance and how this would all be changed for Christmas 2018. […]
August 12, 2015

The death of tin foil? New anti-facial recognition tech set to launch in 2016

Security, security, security. I love it, you need it, many people are talking about it. I could talk about it all the time. But in this […]
May 27, 2015

Ooh Nurse! UK Government Shuts Down Windows XP Life Support

In a not entirely unexpected move the UK government has finally euthanised the aging operating system that senior officials lovingly referred to as “Uncle XP”. Years […]
April 2, 2015

Secure Comms? Blundering Brits Highlight Importance Of The Human Element

We’ve often said, and will no doubt continue to say, that the human element is the hardest one to secure. And with good reason. Take the […]
April 16, 2014

Middle-Aged, Sexist Rap? A Critical Review Of "I'm A F'n C I Double S P"

Other than, arguably, being middle-aged, I’m not talking about myself of course. Instead, I am referring to a new video by A-list infosec personality and vlogger […]
June 20, 2008

Take This Job And …

Recently I have been conducting our security assessment service for a number of clients.  Now these clients ranged in sizefrom large enterprises to small SMEs and […]
June 16, 2008

Are You A Computer Security Geek?

Roger A. Grimes has an amusing article outlining the main indicators that you are a computer security geek, although Roger is more polite in the title of […]
April 4, 2008

Hacking for Non-Techies

“Hi I’m Johnny and I hack stuff” is how this video starts.  It features Johnny Long who is well known for the Google Hacking Database.  The video […]