Egress Software’s CEO, Tony Pepper comments on Windrush compensation scheme data breach

The Home Office has admitted to exposing the email addresses of migrants involved in the Windrush compensation scheme and breaching data protection regulations. Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes released a statement apologising for the data breach which exposed some 500 email Continue reading Egress Software’s CEO, Tony Pepper comments on Windrush compensation scheme data breach

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Cybercriminals Attack Cloud Server Honeypot Within 52 Seconds, According to Sophos Global Report

Sophos study of 10 cloud server honeypots placed worldwide reveals the need for visibility and security to protect what businesses put into hybrid and all-cloud platforms    Key Report Findings: ·         Cloud server honeypots across 10 global locations attacked within 40 minutes, Continue reading Cybercriminals Attack Cloud Server Honeypot Within 52 Seconds, According to Sophos Global Report

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Data sharing between Health apps apparently the norm despite there being a lack of transparency- Comment

A new study published in the British Medical Journal found the sharing of user data from health-related mobile apps on the Android platform was routine and yet far from transparent. Lead author Dr Quinn Grundy said health apps were a “booming market”, but Continue reading Data sharing between Health apps apparently the norm despite there being a lack of transparency- Comment

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NTT Security Corporation acquires WhiteHat Security

NTT Security Corporation (Tokyo) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire privately-owned WhiteHat Security, the leading application security provider committed to securing applications that run enterprises’ businesses. Post-acquisition, WhiteHat Security will operate as an independent, wholly-owned subsidiary of NTT Security Continue reading NTT Security Corporation acquires WhiteHat Security

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Dow Jones list containing 2.4 million names of high risk banking clients left exposed- Comment

A Dow Jones list of 2.4 million people considered at risk for bribery and corruption, as well as high-profile criminals and terrorists, sat out in the open on an unsecured online database, a researcher has found. Commenting on the story Continue reading Dow Jones list containing 2.4 million names of high risk banking clients left exposed- Comment

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