No Such Thing as Anonymised Data

CEO and Co-Founder, Paul Hague, shares his thoughts on why the term ‘anonymised data’ is a misnomer, and what the industry doesn’t want you to know about your personal data.  We hear about anonymised data all the time. We’re promised by companies that harvest our information, even those that we willingly share it with, that […]

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BlackDice wins government funding for preventative cyber vaccine

BlackDice has been awarded £100,000 by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency with its Sustainable Innovation Fund.  The fund helps all UK sectors to rebuild after the effects of COVID-19.  The grant will fund 1,103 projects, 1,189 businesses with a total of over £130 million in support for the UK.  For the first time, cyber […]

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BlackDice Cyber releases new software update to help broadband operators keep customers safe and deliver higher performance.

BlackDice, who provide advanced cyber defence technology to service providers to help keep their customers safe, have now included BlackDice Shield and extended Device Behaviour in their latest software platform release. Released November 9, Version 2.2 of their software platform extends a richer set of management information that enables service providers to deliver higher levels […]

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Cyber Security Watch September 2020

With cyber crime on the rise, you’ll need to make sure you’re up to date with what’s happening in the digital world. From rising malware attacks during COVID-19 to a German hospital patient dying after a potential cyber attack, here are the biggest cyber security stories from September. Online fraud cases rise during COVID-19 The […]

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Phishing – How to Avoid Being Caught Hook, Link and Sinker

Anyone can be the victim of phishing. Whether it’s a password, a phone number or credit card details, cyber-criminals are experts in pretending to be a trustworthy source who can offer something you need.  It can be harder to spot than you may first realise. Phishing scams can be convincing through its use of visuals […]

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Cyber Security Watch August 2020

As the lockdown and remote working have become the norm, the attack surface remains high. August saw Amazon Alexa glitches, Zoom security flaws and the New Zealand national stock exchange halted by cyber attacks.  Discover August’s biggest cyber security stories with our monthly digest.    Amazon fixes Alexa glitch after personal data flaw revealed Researchers […]

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Data Privacy – Why You Should Care

Phishing attacks, malware campaigns and trojan horses. There has never been more of a need for cybersecurity to keep your data private. Sensitive information is being targeted by ransomware and malware, and is very much at risk of being leaked into the public domain.  According to Salesforce research, 46% of customers feel like they’ve lost […]

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Cyber Security Watch July 2020

  Another month, another wave of challenges in the cyber security world. July has seen ransomware attacks, undeletable malware and a wipeout of over 1,000 unsecured databases. Read on for your monthly cyber security digest.                   Android adware linked with unremovable malware Researchers have discovered files linked […]

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Cyber Security Watch June

Sun Tzu, The Art of War, commented: “attack like the fire and be still as the mountain”, and it seems appropriate this month. Cyber attacks are all about stealth, picking your moment, and attacking as hard as you can at the target. Traditional AV feels like it’s struggling to keep up and with attacks becoming […]

By Claire Snook | | Cyber Security Watch | 0 |

BlackDice CEO Featured in SC Magazine

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, […]

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