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New Zealand Election Fraud

It seems that this election season has not gone without fraud. In New Zealand, a vote for “Bird of the Year” has been marred by fraudulent votes: More than 1,500 fraudulent votes were cast in…

Why MSPs and their partners must prioritise cyber…

Cyber attackers have been increasingly turning their attention to MSPs (managed service providers) in recent years, with devastating results. MSPs often work with dozens, if not hundreds, of organisations – so a single vulnerability can…

Is your organisation ready for the DSP Toolkit…

Each year, certain healthcare organisations must complete a self-assessment via the DSP (Data Security and Protection) Toolkit to demonstrate their data security and information governance compliance. The deadline is normally 31 March, but in light of…

The Security Failures of Online Exam Proctoring

Proctoring an online exam is hard. It’s hard to be sure that the student isn’t cheating, maybe by having reference materials at hand, or maybe by substituting someone else to take the exam for them.…

What are the best cyber security training courses?

There has never been a better time to start a career in cyber security. Organisations’ reliance on technical solutions has only increased with the global switch to remote working, creating a huge demand for qualified…

Amazon Delivery Drivers Hacking Scheduling System

Amazon drivers — all gig workers who don’t work for the company — are hanging cell phones in trees near Amazon delivery stations, fooling the system into thinking that they are closer than they actually…

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Friday Squid Blogging: Nano-Sized SQUIDS

SQUID news: Physicists have developed a small, compact superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) that can detect magnetic fields. The team l focused on the instrument’s core, which contains two parallel layers of graphene. As usual,…