Data Loss Prevention: Artificial Intelligence vs. Human Insight

The cybersecurity landscape continues to evolve as cyber criminals become ever more sophisticated, and digital security tools accelerate to mitigate the risks as much as possible. 2020 presented even more opportunities for hackers to strike, for example, using email phishing scams such as purporting to be authentic PPE providers, or from HMRC to dupe unsuspecting […]

Expert On How The UK Police Data Loss Could Have Been Easily Prevented

UK police lost over 400,000 police files due to a “human error” whereby defective code was introduced during routine maintenance. The mistake had enormous consequences, with Government ministers now admitting that Police criminal investigations may have been compromised due to the error. The mistake points to the wider problem of the security skills gaps amongst developers, with […]

OpenText Research Offers A Snapshot Of UK Attitudes Towards Data Privacy

Currently, there is widespread public uncertainty and distrust around how organisations handle their data. In fact, almost half (45%) of the British public don’t trust that third-party organisations can keep their personal information safe or private. From a survey of 2,000 UK based respondents, key findings include: The majority (80%) of UK consumers “don’t have […]

How Much Are You Worth On The Dark Web? (Credit Card, PayPal, SSN)

Dark Web

Comparitech researchers have analyzed the prices of stolen credit cards, hacked PayPal accounts, and private Social Security numbers on more than 40 different dark web marketplaces, looking at prices based on account balance, credit limit, country, and what information is included with a given listing.