It is said that change is the only constant in life. And the last 21 months have been a time of unprecedented change in the way we live, work and travel.
These changes have brought with them a wave of changes as many companies and individuals reevaluate their opportunities and family responsibilities in the new way of working.
How can you help your kids navigate Instagram safely? Here are a few tips to help you protect their privacy on the app.
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Be alert, be proactive and break these 10 bad habits to improve your cyber-hygiene in 2022
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Former senior officer says unsolved hack of MoD training school systems did not succeed but still had costs
A cyber-attack on the UK’s Defence Academy caused “significant” damage, a retired high-ranking officer has revealed.
Air Marshal Edward Stringer, who left the armed forces in August, told Sky News the attack, which was discovered in March 2021, meant the Defence Academy was forced to rebuild its network.Continue reading...
As we usher in the New Year, let’s take a look at some statistics that will help you stay up-to-date on recent cybersecurity trends
Opposition leader Donald Tusk calls for inquiry after watchdog says rivals were targeted by Pegasus spyware
Polish opposition leader Donald Tusk said on Tuesday reports that the government spied on its opponents represented the country’s biggest “crisis for democracy” since the end of communism.
A cybersecurity watchdog last week said the Pegasus spyware had been used to target prominent opposition figures, with Polish media dubbing the scandal a “Polish Watergate”.Continue reading...