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  • How HulloMail could have prevented phone hacking

    Our reader has contacted us about our phone hacking story... It seems there is a better way to confound Piers Morgan and his like from hacking into your mobile messages. (I used Spinvox but, when someone in power found out I liked it, they promptly c... 

  • Nine out of ten city CIOs on course for prosecution by FSA

    Over 90 per cent of city firms could face prosecution in November for failing to comply with new FSA regulations on call recording, according to one study. With November's deadline for meeting the Financial Services Authority's new rules on call... 

  • How the channel can help the NHS stop leaking our data and money - Safestick Review

    Why does the NHS constantly lose our personal data? Is it corruption? Is it because nobody cares? Bad management? Safestick, a secure USB, could be the answer to our problems. It's a simple device, aimed at simpletons who are prone toheft and loss. R... 

  • Which is the anonymous nation state hacker conducting cyber war against other government sites?

    McAfee has released the results of a five year study, code named Operation Shady RAT, whichshows how an unnamed rogue hacker has attacked a variety of global players. In a range of studies over the course of a five year operation they identified one ... 

  • Can we stop all this horrid hacking with an IronKey?

    I've never been to Thailand, so I found myself on Amazon recently,browsing travel books like Thailand Diaries. I was about to buy it when suddenly, a cold hand clutched at my heart. I became paralysedwith fear. What if they take the order and don't s... 

  • How do you get end users interested in data breaches?

    Data breaching. They try to make it sound vaguely erotic don't they? The phrase conjures up images of Colin Firth, striding purposefully through a crowd of swooning bonnets, his muscular thighs throbbing through his data breaches. 

  • Why one News of the World writer is worth a hundred digital marketing creeps

    The death of the News of the World is another nail in the coffin of journalism. Say what you like about tabloid journalists, at least their readers were humans. Not the Google search algorithms that digital marketing creeps are so desperate to cater ... 

  • Mobile recording is a nightmare, but it could come Tru

    As any readers of CityAm know, the FSA says all fixed line AND mobile calls have to be recorded. If all Freddie Goodwin's mobile phone conversations are not available for inspection by the auditors, then HBoS's may be forced to hand its banking licen... 

  • NHS could use cloud computing to deliver patient records to criminals more efficiently

    As the NHS takes its first step to storing patient information in the Cloud, many people are asking: can we trust the cloud? More importantly, given its past record, can we trust the NHS? The Cloud Industry Forum is obviously confident in the saf... 

  • Vasco reckons it's right for e-commerce security

    Most of the world's ecommerce shops need certifying, says SSL merchant Vasco - and we're the right people to do it. Authentication specialist Vasco is launching into the SSL and EV SSL markets across the globe. Hang on. Who 'authorised' Vasco? Vasco ...