January 2008 Issue of SCMagazine UK
SC Magazine January 2008
The British public are becoming used to major data losses occurring within public agencies, with the incidents at HMRC and DVLA forming part of a ...
Many think of the security industry as the dark side of IT, so it seems in many ways apposite that one of Europe's foremost security ...
Large-scale data breaches across both the private and public sectors dominated the news throughout the year. Rob Buckley looks back.
The loss of two disks with details of 25 million people was far from an isolated incident. What is going on at HMRC?
One of the most trusted security elements, it can nonetheless be misconfigured and play right into the hands of the hacker.
Paul Fisher met up with the co-founder and CEO of Trend Micro, Eva Chen during a recent visit to London. A wide ranging discussion touched ...
The public's idea of confidentiality is not compatible with the way their details are handled.
Simply sticking a disclaimer at the bottom of an email is no get-out-of-jail-free card, warns Tamzin Matthew.
Encryption is pointless if not applied to an entire session. It only gives users a false sense of security.
The media may be overhyping the threat of card fraud, but it is time to rethink our reliance on passwords.
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