Archive: Cybersecurity

Peter Sommer, digital forensic services

Comment: What future for Britain's surveillance laws?

Surveillance laws are not about absolute. There needs to be a balance between protecting protection and privacy.

Opinion Former Articles

  • IET: Businesses Failing to see Cybercrime as a Significant Risk

    London, 9 November 2011: The lack of understanding of cyber security issues is holding business leaders back from forming a sufficient strategy against cybercrime, a national security expert will warn tomorrow.

  • IET: Cyber-Security Experts Win Top Award

    Cyber Security experts have picked up a prestigious award for solutions that help avoid vehicle-on-vehicle collisions

  • IET: Today marks the UK cookie implementation deadline

    New 'cookie' regulations mean UK websites must seek consent before storing data from today: Implementation deadline for UK organisations to have systems in place to obtain consent from visitors to their websites for the storing or access of information on their computers using 'cookies'.

  • BSIA: Scotland: Secure for Business

    A brand new event is set to provide Scottish businesses with a wealth of advice and guidance on security issues, including the centralisation of Scottish fire and police services, cyber security, transport security and the opportunities presented by the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

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