“Malaga has long been one of the favorite holiday destinations for British tourists. Now the city has also become a technology hub that attracts its entrepreneurs. It is the startup state BlackDice which was founded by the entrepreneur Paul Hague, who moved from Leeds to Malaga in August, drawn in by its thriving digital ecosystem. “We […]
CEO and Co-Founder of BlackDice, Paul Hague, has recently had his expertise published on SC Magazine, one of the world’s leading cyber security digital titles. Exploring the impact – and the dangers – of increasingly interconnected WiFi networks, Paul details some of the real world changes that individuals, both in your professional and personal life, […]
BlackDice is developing machine-learning and predictive analytics designed to forecast and protect against cyber-attacks, and its technology is so promising that it has just been awarded a £100,000 grant from Innovate UK’s Sustainable Innovation Fund. “The funding allows us to move forwards on our artificial intelligence platform for detecting signals and patterns that then alert […]
“All across the continent, cyber threats have grown more costly and aggressive, a trend further exacerbated by the first European war in decades. Russian-backed cyber attacks against people in NATO member states quadrupled in 2022, according to a report (“Fog of War”) we released at the Munich Security Conference last month. Europe’s leaders are aiming to meet […]
BlackDice, a UK innovator developing AI-led cybersecurity solutions, is founded on the principle of collaboration and diverse ideas. With big data predicted to be worth £412 billion by 2028, BlackDice COO Sarah Hague said the firm is committed to diversity that drives progress: “As a cyber start-up operating in the telecoms sector, our ambition is […]
Smart home devices such as intelligent watches, advanced locks, automated thermostats, and responsive speakers provide lots of advantages and convenience. However, they can also form a digital gateway for hackers to invade your personal space. Cyber criminals can infiltrate even something as innocuous as your smart fridge It’s estimated that there’s a hacking attempt every […]
The phrase ‘anonymised data’ sounds familiar, yes?
We’re often assured by the very companies that reap our data – data we sometimes voluntarily surrender – that they’ll anonymise it for our protection. Regardless of our professional backgrounds, we’re all familiar with laws like GDPR, specifically designed to rein in data misuse.
With the rise of connected devices in homes and offices spiralling upwards, Paul Hague, chief executive at UK cybersecurity firm BlackDice, says enterprises are letting vulnerable home devices onto their networks and walking blindly into a cybersecurity nightmare. Read the full article