The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘hack’ as: “Cut with rough or heavy blows in an irregular or random fashion”. A second meaning follows: “Gain unauthorized access to data in a system or computer.” It is this second meaning, that has caused controversy among many: ‘Hack’ used to have a positive feel; working on a tech problem…Continue Reading: What the Hack?!
We’ve included a walkthrough of how to avoid panic and address the essentials should you discover that you’ve become a hacking victim…Continue Reading: Don’t hit the panic button: What to do if you think you’ve been hacked
When we look back on 2018, it’s entirely possible that the year will be best remembered for the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal, the first mass public awakening to the problem of data privacy. In contrast, major data breaches suffered by Marriott International and Amazon many other major multinational businesses felt like a side-show. They may have…Continue Reading: Memory like a goldphish? The problem with short-term approaches to cyber attacks