Category: Encryption News

It’s an Uber-breach!
Uber has done it again! In 2014 Uber failed to declare a data breach for which they were fined. That lesser breach pales in comparison with the recent one that [...]
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Following a manageable path to GDPR compliance
It’s in the news and in our boardrooms. Everyone needs to be compliant and as of yesterday. The impending GDPR D-Day is not far off, 25th May 2018, and this [...]
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Do you know where your data is?
Every day both you and I expand our digital footprint in a multitude of ways. Big Data business continues to grow and our data is collected and analysed in mass. [...]
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Personal data of Welsh NHS employees stolen
Thousands of Welsh NHS employees have had their personal data stolen. The data is processed by a private contractor, Landauer, who’s system has been hacked. The breach is said to [...]
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Galaxkey Wins Bradford MDC Security Contract
Customer Success: Bradford MDC The City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (MDC) has selected Galaxkey to enhance their data protection and replace their incumbent encryption solution. Bradford MDC is a [...]
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Mr Trump aspires to use a courier service!
President Barack Obama will soon be succeeded by President Elect Mr Donald Trump. One of the many glaring contrasts existing between the two American leaders is their differences in opinion [...]
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Email was not designed to be secure
We have such a misguided perspective of email and email function. We send emails, expecting them to be instantaneous-to arrive with immediate effect. Many of us have experienced email behaving [...]
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How prepared are cloud services for the GDPR?
Here are some insights …   Only 6% of cloud services currently comply with incoming data protection laws, a survey has found. The overwhelming majority of 20,000 cloud services evaluated [...]
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Nearly a third of companies using public cloud not encrypting data
28% of organisations using public cloud are not encrypting data stored there, according to a survey released by the US IT company HyTrust.[1] The cloud adoption survey interviewed more than [...]
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The biggest breach in history: questions for Yahoo
What could be the largest publicly disclosed cyber-breach in history was exposed last week, as Yahoo revealed ‘state’ hackers stole data from 500 million users.[1] This included swathes of personal [...]
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