End of life dates are important, here is why.
What happens when you start to data mine information collected from websites on the internet?
If you think GDPR can be circumvented just by encrypting everything, you've missed the point of what GDPR is about.
Intel are in trouble with the US Government over Spectre and Meltdown, this is why the US Government are in the wrong.
One of the things I'm passionately in support of is HTTPS everywhere. That is, every single website using HTTPS. It doesn't matter if it's a simple text site or if it's a full
2018 is certainly kicking off with an interesting set of security issues that affect all processors in use today, Intel, AMD, ARM and so on. In short the three vulnerbilities are: Meltdown -
I think I may have invented a new phrase today “GDPR Hysteria”, it’s when a company/management team/data protection officer takes the requirements of GDPR and dials them up 11 and
This happens all too often, someone will contact me and try to sell me something, an IT service, a new way of doing things, it doesn't matter. The thing is, if I'm contacted
Well, After some false starts involving problems with London Undergrounds District Line I made it to Olympia and to Infosec 2008. The event itself is a good one for picking up the latest
I had the pleasure of attending this years infosec event at Olympia and it was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon - even with the hard sell By some vendors!! I wasn't aware of any
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