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GDPR Compliance Not Relevant To Us say UK Decision Makers

UK executives badly informed about where data is stored compared to other countries

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Biometric-based Authentication to Become More Prevalent in UK to Combat Cybercrime

New research has revealed the rise of the use of biometric technology to fight cybercrime

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Massive WWE Leak Exposes 3 Million Wrestling Fans' Personal Details

Unprotected database discovered that was open to anyone in plain text who knew which web address to search

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Key Shifts in the Security Landscape

Staying ahead of cybercriminals means taking a proactive security approach.

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Largest Cryptocurrency Exchange Hacked

Over $1 million worth of Bitcoin stolen, reportedly

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Honeywell and HackerEarth Launch National Hackathon Challenge

It is designed to stimulate creativity and innovation on technologies that are defining the connected world

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World's Fourth-largest Bitcoin Exchange Hacked in South Korea

The Bithumb Bitcoin exchange has been hacked, and billions of Won are said to have been stolen

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Google Employees' Private and Financial Data Exposed!

Data, much like chemicals, may be inert in isolation; but could become highly volatile when combined with other data

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Axis Secures Dayalbagh Educational Institute with Solar-powered Smart Surveillance Solution

The deployment is powered with 20 solar plants using rooftop panels across the entire campus

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Many Cyber Professionals Not Confident UK Government can Protect Itself From Cyberattacks

The recent WannaCry attack has shown what happens when government entities and national infrastructures are not protected from today’s cyberthreats

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