by Steve Bell

UK set to build court dedicated to cybercrime

A court dedicated solely to dealing with the aftermath of cybercrime has been given the go ahead. By acknowledging that cybercrime is now firmly on the justice and law agenda, it is in some senses an iconic move.

by Steve Bell

What’s all the fuss about anonymised data?

There’s a typical comment that you will often hear when people are talking about millions of data records and privacy. It usually goes along the lines that personal identifying information such as names and addresses have been stripped out of records so the data is anonymous.

by Steve Bell

Windows 10 – some canny tricks

‘If it ain’t broke don’t fix it,’ or to put it another way if something is working adequately, leave it alone. Many users of Windows 10 may have felt this way when compared to previous Windows operating systems.

by Steve Bell

Another week, another leak

Thomas Cook is synonymous with holidays, flights, cruises, hotels and summer and winter breaks. It’s branding has penetrated the national consciousness of many a nation including the UK and the Scandinavian region.

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