The importance of print security

As various industries embrace digital technology and data to change the nature of their business, the profile of potential cyber risk changes as well. Before, businesses would only ensure their internal software was protected against such risk, however, many now understand that printers can be a vulnerable entry point for hackers to exploit. In this article,

Inside GCHQ: the art of spying in the digital age

ive years ago, Rob, a 38-year-old father of two, was fitting kitchens and bathrooms for a living. Now he is a digital spy.

As one of Britain's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ)’s army of cyber analysts, he monitors global counter-intelligence targets in countries he cannot disclose for national security reasons.

Complexity makes internet juggernauts hard to handle

Back in the 1990s – a lifetime ago in internet terms – the Spanish sociologist Manuel Castells published several books charting the rise of information networks. He predicted that in the networked age, more value would accrue in controlling flows of information than in controlling the content itself.