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  • Quite often I am sent reports, InfoGraphics and articles to post on this blog, many are too sales orientated or too off topic to consider, but the odd one is well worth sharing. So the following post and InfoGraphic has been provided by...

  • The New Year was ushered in with news that both Moonpig.com and the UK Police National Property Register websites, had vulnerabilities that placed millions of UK citizen’s personal information at risk of data theft.Moonpig had 3 million customer records exposed...

  • Note: Since I originally posted this, Microsoft have updated the MS14-066 patch, which they say now resolves the issues the original patch caused.A week ago (11th November 2014) Microsoft released a patch for of the one most critical Microsoft vulnerabilities...

  • I am a huge fan of well a made Infographic, as they make an effective method to quickly convey issues backed by statistics, so when Norwich University’s Online Masters Degree in Information Assurance sent me a compelling Infographic they created on 'Why...

  • The Security Innovation Europe Blog has listed 40 Information Security Blogs You Should Be Reading, which lists some of the best InfoSec bloggers around, and myself. So if you are lacking a bit of information security reading or just want an...

  • I have written the following article for IBM which was published on IBM's DeveloperWorksA developer's guide to complying with PCI DSS 3.0 Requirement 6 (website)A developer's guide to complying with PCI DSS 3.0 Requirement 6 (PDF)The Payment Card Industry Data...

  • From the very first moment gamers played online, their accounts have been targeted by hackers. But hacking gamer accounts is no longer just about revenge and community kudos. There is serious money to be made from stealing access to gamer...

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