Latest News

Compliance and Policy

UK Netizens Unmoved by ISP-level Porn Filters UK Netizens Unmoved by ISP-level Porn Filters

Ofcom report shows only small percentage of users switched on parental controls.
24 July 2014

ISACA Revamps COBIT 5 Core Principles ISACA Revamps COBIT 5 Core Principles

Five new core tenants will underpin the framework.
23 July 2014

Quarter of UK Shoppers Don’t Trust Retailers on Card Fraud Quarter of UK Shoppers Don’t Trust Retailers on Card Fraud

Brits still most trusting among EMEA respondents, but banks failing on education.
22 July 2014

Snowden to Hackers of the World: Build NSA-proof Systems Snowden to Hackers of the World: Build NSA-proof Systems

Technologists also have a ‘civic duty’ to teach those around them how to use tech safely, whistleblower Edward Snowden says.
22 July 2014

EU Cracks Down On In-app Purchases EU Cracks Down On In-app Purchases

Google and Apple can't list apps with purchases as "free" anymore.
22 July 2014

UK Government Flings Millions at Anti-Piracy Campaign

ISPs and entertainment industries finally agree to deal which will educate and alert - but not punish - copyright infringers.
22 July 2014

New York Seeks to Tame the Wild West of Bitcoin New York Seeks to Tame the Wild West of Bitcoin

Stringent anti-criminal provisions seek to put a stop to virtual currency's notorious role as the crime-cash of choice.
21 July 2014

Irish Privacy Watchdog Steps in as Government Site Exposes Citizens’ Data Irish Privacy Watchdog Steps in as Government Site Exposes Citizens’ Data

Genealogy portal inadvertently gave cybercriminals a head start with personal info.
21 July 2014

Cloud Players in Firing Line as European Privacy Watchdog Lays Down the Law Cloud Players in Firing Line as European Privacy Watchdog Lays Down the Law

European Data Protection Supervisor releases guidelines on how to protect data sent outside the region.
18 July 2014

ICO Admits it Suffered Data Security Incident ICO Admits it Suffered Data Security Incident

UK's privacy watchdog investigated itself after ‘non-trivial’ incident, but claims it didn't get special treatment.
17 July 2014

Showing 1 - 10 of 2,618 articles
We use cookies to operate this website and to improve its usability. Full details of what cookies are, why we use them and how you can manage them can be found by reading our Privacy & Cookies page. Please note that by using this site you are consenting to the use of cookies. ×