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DMA looking to reduce nuisance calls

Category: Legal Technologies

28 July, 2014

The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) has called for a new consultation into nuisance calls across the UK. Recent research from Ofcom found that users of the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) pick up 2.5 nuisance calls every month, with the DMA concerned that the first consultation on the su... read more>>

TPS reduces unsolicited calls by one-third

Category: Legal Technologies

25 July, 2014

The Telephone Preference Service (TPS) decreases the number of unsolicited calls by roughly one-third, a new investigation has found. Registering with the TPS caused the average volume of live sales or marketing calls to fall by 31 per cent per month, while 45 per cent of those who signed up did... read more>>

Small businesses ‘unprepared’ for security breaches

Category: Legal Technologies

23 July, 2014

Small businesses in the UK are not adequately prepared for security breaches, a new study has suggested. Research from Kaspersky Lab shows that 31 per cent of respondents do not know how to react to IT security breaches, while four out of ten believe they would find it difficult to recover any l... read more>>

Data use is becoming ‘more complicated’

Category: Legal Technologies

22 July, 2014

The use of data within organisations is becoming more complicated, the ICO has suggested. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) believes it is now vital for the general public to have an independent regulator overseeing the handling of personal data. At the launch of the ICO ann... read more>>

New York statistics show rise in cybercrime

Category: Computer Investigations

16 July, 2014

There is evidence from organisations all over the world warning of the rise in cybercrime. It is clear that online identity theft, corporate espionage and other crimes perpetuated over the internet are becoming increasingly popular in the global underworld, a fact that will remain true if greater a... read more>>

Welsh health board criticised for data breach

Category: Computer Investigations

14 July, 2014

When most people think about data breaches, they imagine malicious hackers in dark rooms breaking into an organisation's securest servers in order to harvest all the information stored within and sell it on the black market. However, they can just as easily be caused by simple negligence and hu... read more>>

Major cybercriminal caught in the US

Category: Computer Investigations

10 July, 2014

A major victory has been won in the war against data theft, as one of the most prolific cybercriminals in the world has been arrested in the US by the Secret Service. Roman Valerevich Seleznev was originally indicted in March 2011, but was only caught on Saturday (July 5th). The arrest has been ... read more>>

Major cyber attack on energy firms

Category: Computer Investigations

8 July, 2014

Cyber attacks have the potential to disrupt a company's business, such as by taking their websites out of action, but they could also have a huge effect on entire countries. It is for this reason that cybersecurity is so important, as a data breach could potentially be used against an organisat... read more>>

Global organisations worried about DDoS attacks

Category: Computer Investigations

4 July, 2014

The actions of cybercriminals can be incredibly damaging to businesses. They can steal data - either for their own means or in order to sell it on to others - or expose the inner workings of a company to the public. However, sometimes they do not interact with data, but disrupt an organisation'... read more>>

Houston baseball team has trade details published online after data breach

Category: Computer Investigations

2 July, 2014

A data breach in the US has seen important information about a baseball team's player trades published on a website for data sharing. The Houston Astros saw details of their trade discussions put up on a site known as 'Anonbin', but the team was quick to deny that all the leaked informa... read more>>


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