Category Archives: Cloud_computing

ICO issues guidelines for data privacy in the cloud | Security Management | ZDNet UK

ICO issues guidelines for data privacy in the cloud | Security Management | ZDNet UK. 07 July 2010 The Information Commissioner Office issued a warning and guidelines for small businesses to protect their consumers’ data when they resort to cloud-computing. … Continue reading

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Privacy, piracy, copyrights and censorship

The theme of the week seems to turn around protecting privacy. “Hacking Surpassing Human Error For Data Breaches?” (TechDirt, 19 January 2010). For the author, the answer is actually positive: hacking is a major threat, more that insiders leaking data. … Continue reading

Posted in censorship, Cloud_computing, Countries - China, Countries - France, Countries - US, General - Cybercrime patterns, Offences - Hacking (unauthorised access), Offences - Piracy, Privacy | Leave a comment

Different issues on fraud and malware and a few arrests/suspicions

Well, I would have thought they were an obvious target? “Online bank fraud targeting corporate accounts” (ZDnet.co.uk, 04 November 2009) “Facebook denies mass hijack was down to flaw” (ZDnet.co.uk, 11 November 2009) but a few weeks later, decides to change … Continue reading

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