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Working on Air: Secure Cloud Computing

Posted by Dan Pope on Sep 16, 2014 11:00:45 AM

Since Apple’s iCloud was hacked and certain users’ personal information was leaked online a number of users and business owners have become concerned over the security of cloud based products. This is one of the reasons why Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was quick to claim that the hacks had not been system-wide and that users’ data was safe, however he added: “When I step back from this terrible scenario that happened and say what more could we have done, I think about the awareness piece ... I think we have a responsibility to ratchet that up. That's not really an engineering thing.”


Topic iCloud cloud computing data hackers News Security

Bitcoin: What is it and how does it interact with Networks?

Posted by Dan Pope on Aug 28, 2014 2:59:51 PM

What is Bitcoin? Some have summarised it as the first decentralised digital currency, others the most simplistic way for online transactions to be carried out. Then there are those that have gone so far as to claim that it’s the future of our financial platform to which we will purchase goods online.


Topic Bitcoin digital currency hackers News Security

Healthcare Providers targeted by Cyberattacks

Posted by Dan Pope on Aug 21, 2014 1:18:33 PM

Individuals and businesses tend to be the main targets of cyberattacks in the West, particularly those that hold data such as financial details which can be used by cybercriminals. However, recent reports have suggested that hackers are now targeting healthcare providers in the US, including Community Health Systems.


Topic cybercrime cyberattacks hackers News Heartbleed Security

The Vulnerability of Internet Explorer

Posted by Dan Pope on Aug 1, 2014 11:00:36 AM

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is the most popular Internet browser in the world, however over the years it has lost a number of users to competitors such as Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera. Unfortunately, Microsoft has not been able to keep up when it comes to plugins and features for Internet Explorer, and recent news has also suggested that it is also more prone to hackers than any other browser.


Topic browsers Firewalls anti-virus cybercriminals hackers News Internet Explorer