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Morrisons heads to the Supreme Court over data…

The Supreme Court has given Morrisons permission to appeal a ruling that found the supermarket liable for a data breach caused by a malicious insider. Morrisons has lost two cases related to its March 2014…

“An act of war”: Zurich American refuses to…

US food giant Mondelez is suing insurance company Zurich American for denying a $100 million (£76 million) claim filed after the NotPetya attack. The confectioner, which owns Cadbury and Oreo, says it lost 1,700 servers…

The Ocado fire – when disaster recovery becomes…

The recent fire at Ocado has been a devastating blow to the company and the local community. Hundreds of firefighters were involved in tackling the blaze; the smoke billowed for more than 48 hours, darkening…

Sailing the cyber security waves

Ships have experienced a digital transformation in recent years. New technologies are helping them navigate the waters and ensure that everyone on board experiences the connectivity and convenience they expect. However, this increased volume of…

Customers lose confidence – data breaches aren’t just…

A recent survey by Ping Identity shows that customers move away from brands that have suffered data breaches. Data breaches are now a common occurrence – big-name brands affected in 2018 include FIFA, British Airways,…

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Keeping customer data secure during the festive season

’Tis the season to be jolly and for the nation to get festive. Whether that’s in the form of cards and gifts, or food and drink, consumer spending will surge between now and Christmas. Although…

Lessons from the Eurostar hack

Last month, cross-Channel rail service Eurostar discovered that it had suffered a hacking attempt between 15 and 19 October 2018. However, unlike other players in the travel industry that recently suffered breaches, such as BA…