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Keil Hubert: There’s Always Something Worth Stealing

Cyber security is rarely given the respect it deserves, especially in smaller businesses. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert shares a conversation he had with a small business owner who mistakenly thought his company was immune to cyber crime.

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Keil Hubert: Chairman of the Bored

Most information security training is painfully boring. Business Technology’s resident US blogger Keil Hubert argues that it can be made exciting and effective by putting employees in the bad guys’ shoes and challenging them to exploit their own vulnerabilities.

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Is this the world’s most secure messaging app?

Security concerns surrounding messaging systems are nothing new, but one app claims to be the most secure yet. Natasha Clark investigates PQChat and the alternatives.

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US retailers joining forces on cyber security

Some of the USA’s largest retailers are banding together to protect consumers’ personal and financial information from hackers, as reported by the Daily Record.

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‘Rogue employees’ are the biggest threat to information security

While one might be excused for thinking that advanced technology, cyber-weapons and determined hackers may be the biggest threat to your business, new research has found that they lie a bit closer to home.

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Google overruled in ‘right to be forgotten’ EU case

The European Court of Justice has ruled that Google must amend any inadequate, incorrect or out-of-date search results at the request of ordinary people, nicknamed ‘the right to be forgotten’.

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Compliance can pay cyber security dividends

How to concentrate efforts on detecting abnormal patterns.

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Cloud misconceptions: looking at why the cloud is secure

Policies you know and trust are enforced regardless of where the user is located.

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Government award scheme to help cyber security for businesses

The government has announced a new scheme to help businesses stay safe online, providing information on good practice.

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Keil Hubert: Executive Override

Power corrupts. It’s one of the first lessons that you learn in cyber security. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert argues that a user who misuses their power to undermine security once is highly likely to do so again.

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