Stolen data reaches five continents and 22 countries in 12 days on the Dark Web
Stolen data can reach over five countries, in three continents in just a few days in the Dark Web, a report by data protection provider Bitglass has found.
British Airways Accounts Suffer Data Breach
Frequent flyer accounts belonging to British Airways passengers have been breached by cyber criminals.
HITRUST to Sponsor Study on Healthcare Breaches
The Health Information Trust (HITRUST) Alliance will sponsor a study to analyse the effects of cyber-attacks on healthcare organisations.
Why WEEE is Precious
The conversation surrounding recyclate quality has become louder, no doubt given the advent of the TEEP rules in January.
2015 WEEE Targets Announced
The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has announced in a report that the overall waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) collection target for 2015 is 506,878 tonnes.
2014 WEEE Recycling Targets Achieved
The overall national 2014 recycling targets for WEEE regulations have been exceeded, according to the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS).
E-waste Plant Gets 600k
Materials recovery facility
Data Breaches Should be Punishable by Law, say Security Pros
At the 2015 e-Crime Congress, Websense conducted an international survey of 102 security professionals to shed light on industry views regarding current repercussions and policies for serious data breaches.
Health Insurance Data Breach Exposes 11 Million People
Unfortunately, the days of massive health care data breaches are far from over.
Sixty-one per cent of IT Heads Would Welcome Larger Fines for Data Protection Breaches
However, organisations could be forgiven for being unprepared for the changes.
Call for Longer-term WEEE Targets
A sector expert has said that manufacturers would benefit if WEEE targets were announced up to four years in advance.
UK Firms Horribly Unprepared for Data Breach Response
Two new studies reveal that despite a third of UK businesses suffering a breach in the last year, most organisations severely overestimate their readiness to respond to an incident.