Nasdaq Hacking Perpetrators Continue to be Rounded Up

by Paul Davies, September 19, 2015

After what is now considered to be the largest credit and debit card fraud in history, it seems the assailants involved in the October 2010 Nasdaq Inc hacking scandal have nowhere to hide. Following the arrest and incarceration of Albert Gonzalez in Miami, two other perpetrators have been identified this … Continue reading

The Rise of The Internet of Things

by Paul Davies, August 28, 2015

While the idea of having household appliances such as your fridge email you to tell it is low on milk might seem appealing, recent hacks have highlighted the vulnerabilities of The Internet of Things (IoT). What is The Internet of Things? The idea behind The Internet of things is quite … Continue reading

Ashley Madison Data Leaked

by Paul Davies, August 25, 2015

After the matchmaking website, which encourages users to have affairs, was hacked last month, it was only a matter of time before details were published online. Last week, making good on their promise to leak members email, bank details, and sexual preferences, the hackers who call themselves the ‘Impact … Continue reading

China Sends Internet Police into Tech Companies

by Paul Davies, August 20, 2015

Tech companies operating in China may soon have some new colleagues: the police. The Chinese government is planning to send Internet Police into Tech Firms in an effort to stop fraud and what has been described as the “spreading of rumours,” Chinese state-run media has reported. What is the Aim? … Continue reading

Russia Blocks Reddit

by Paul Davies, August 20, 2015

  Russia Blocks Reddit Russia Blocks Reddit, Reddit, known as ‘the front page of the internet’, it is a place where millions of users share thousands of news stories, internet memes and tips and advice every day and a whole range of topics. Reddit Ban However, one post on the … Continue reading

Page 2 From 9