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BT shows the cost of failed calls

Posted by Kevin on November 5, 2014

There is a strange dichotomy between business and politics (we’re excluding banks because they ultimately own both business and politics). It is this: business, which is by nature self-seeking, is more democratic than politics; which claims to be for the people but is actually autocratic. A recent example in practice is business’ rejection of government […]

ITsecurity Daily Briefing: 08/13/2014

Posted by Kevin on August 13, 2014

The ITsecurity daily security briefing: Wednesday August 13, 2014. News Papers/Reports WebThings Events M&A Alerts News Almost 40% of adults rarely protect themselves against cyber crooks UK’s National Crime Agency: “Four in ten adults don’t always install security software on new computers and mobiles, increasing the risk of cyber criminals accessing their cash, passwords and […]

WiFi advice from a Spanish poolside bar

Posted by Robin Wood on July 21, 2014

I just got back from a holiday in Spain where I found the poolside bar had better WiFi security than a lot of companies I know. I’m thinking more of guest networks than main corporate ones here but this bar even out did some of those. Looking at why they were doing what they do, […]