Keeping you informed with the latest developments and news in the cyber security and intelligence sectors.
The most serious argument I’ve ever had with a very good friend came when they challenged me to a game of Crash Team Racing, a spinoff from the Crash Bandicoot universe in which you race characters in go-karts.
On 02 December, a 7. 6 magnitude earthquake struck the Philippines; and almost immediately after, my X (formerly Twitter) feed was filled with posts about it.
An IT Health Check is an annual assessment required for public sector organisations using the government’s Public Services Network (PSN).
Amid the ongoing war in Sudan, positive news is hard to come by. The Economist has labelled the situation in Sudan as the ‘forgotten war’ with the international community focused on other regions.
If you’re anything like me, you’re excited for the upcoming 2024 Olympic Games held in Paris, especially since the last Games in 2021 were largely restricted due to the pandemic.
The tech world is currently dominated by headlines around OpenAI’s dramatic leadership challenges that have taken place over the last week.
Over the past few months, I have been closely monitoring the Argentine elections. On Sunday, voters decidedly chose to elect radical libertarian and political outsider Javier Milei as Argentina’s thirteenth president since the country’s transition to democracy.
Last week, world-renowned camera company, Leica announced the release of its first ‘Encryption Verification’ camera with content credentials built in.
If you’re responsible for or involved with Information Security in your organisation, when you’re planning for the year ahead, your risk and compliance activities likely have a prominent space on your to do list.
This weekend a digitally generated audio of London Mayor Sadiq Khan circulated online. The ‘deepfake’ Khan makes dismissive comments about Remembrance weekend commemorations and calls for a ‘million-man’ march in support of Palestine.
In a recent article, Le Monde outlined how Moldovan individuals with links to Russian pseudo-media outlets are reportedly responsible for the Star of David graffiti that has been cropping up in Paris, amid the war in Gaza.
Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be about International Relations theory because I had those lectures at 9am on Fridays in 2014.