Eye in the Sky – Drone Surveillance and Privacy

Drones that were once used only for military purposes have now entered the private sector. With the surveillance culture that is permeating almost every part of modern society, drone surveillance using not just cameras but facial recognition software, IR technology, and speakers are an unprecedented threat to privacy.

Are You Unknowingly Part of an Android Botnet?

Last week, Google announced the removal of around 300 Android apps found with malware that secretly hijacks your phone to participate in massive distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. The takedown was a result of collaborative investigation by several security and technology companies who discovered the WireX…

Cyber Attack Season

In this second part of a two part series we will be taking a look at how online retailers are taking steps to mitigate against the almost inevitable threat to data from hackers that seems part and parcel of the holiday buying season.

Who is Watching Your Data?

The question of data privacy has become one that is shaping the business world of the 21st century. With many technologies advancing in leaps and bounds – as well as the increasing importance of ‘The Internet of Things’ the appointment of a professional Data Protection Officer to ensure legal and mandatory compliance…

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