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Is protecting data on your Christmas list?

By Steve Wood, Head of Policy Delivery. Across the UK, millions of electronic items will top the Christmas lists of children and adults alike this year including mobile phones, tablets, netcams, fitness devices and smart TVs. When the kids are … Continue reading

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Is someone watching you right now? A warning as website targets insecure webcams

By Simon Rice, Group Manager for Technology The danger of using weak passwords has been exposed again this month after a new website was launched that allows people to watch live footage from some of the insecure cameras across the … Continue reading

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Password storage – why it’s not as simple as 123…

By Simon Rice, Group Manager. Sadly, the most commonly used passwords continue to be ‘123456’ and ‘password’. While individuals have a clear role to play in using sensible passwords and not repeating their use across all websites, as an organisation … Continue reading

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