Grace Johansson

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Cyber and International Law in the 21st Century

This morning the Attorney General Jeremy Wright QC MP set out the UK's position on applying international law to cyber-space.

Greenwich University Breach costs university £120,000

Greenwich University has been fined £120,000 after a security breach at the university resulted in the leak of 19,500 students' data to the internet, according to Signavio.

Polish Credit Office to move up to 140M credit records to blockchain

The Polish Credit Office (BIK) has announced that it will be moving up to 140 million credit records to Blockchain in what is seen as a significant development in the use of Blockchain for secure document management.

Magnus Carling: Stena AB Interview:

Magnus Carling, the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Stena AB, spoke with SC's Grace Johansson about cyber-security threats and the Scandinavian shipping line Stena.

UK ISP 'Internet Snooping Law' is Unlawful, High Court Rules

The Queen's Bench Division of The High Court of Justice ruled that a key part of the 2016 Investigatory Powers Act, which would force broadband ISPs to log the internet activity of all their customers for up to 12 months, is unlawful.