December 13, 2020
After a turbulent year for many, this year's seasonal festivities offer a welcome bit of respite for the public. But as with all public holidays..
December 3, 2020
This year has been very different from the rest with Covid wreaking havoc in the professional and academic worlds. As the national lockdown eases,..
October 22, 2020
‘Remote Desktop Protocols’ (or RDP) is a term likely mentioned during the weekly roundup meetings of every business looking to survive the unsettling..
October 2, 2020
Students and academic staff have a lot on their minds right now. From fluctuating exam results to the pandemic that is strangling academic..
September 4, 2020
Following on from our article on how Digital Rights Management (DRM) is hampering pen testing, we’ve been asked what we think could help the situation
August 25, 2020
Have you ever bought an ebook for a kindle? Or purchased a device from Apple? Ever watched a DVD? Then you’ve participated in something called..
July 28, 2020
When Ankur Agurwas used a stolen access badge to illegally enter a New Jersey business and inserted a keylogger into their computer system, was the..
July 11, 2020
Amaiz provide banking services to small businesses. Their Head of Compliance, Francesca Dowling shared some of her insights one month into lockdown. ..
July 10, 2020
There has been such a big increase in hacks of managed service providers (MSPs) recorded by the US Secret Service that they have issued a warning...
July 3, 2020
The Council of Foreign Relations has stated that China, Russia and Iran are the top three states thought to be sponsoring cyber operations against..
July 1, 2020
In Lexis Nexis' 'Facing Change' series of talks, Tony Sales; We Fight Fraud's Head of Strategic Development (and former fraudster) talks with..
June 30, 2020
Deepfakes have grown from glitchy youtube sensations to political, social and criminal weapons. What are the implications for fraud prevention? ..