Right I have a confession to make.
My old uni friend Steve Clayton, who works for Microsoft and writes the "Geek In Disguise blog" gave me some
So what is Infosec? This is my first time here and I was expecting a very boring exhibition with a load of old men in suits telling me about how I should be keeping my company's data secure.
It should be but it most certainly isn't.
The only way to describe Infosec is that...
Good morning all,
The sun is shining on a beautiful day in April and I am carrying:
- A podcast machine,
- Two cameras,
- A laptop,
- A stills camera,
- Two mobiles,
- Two tripods (big and heavy),
- My notebook and anything else...
There's a financial black hole in the UK's economy that's now soooo big that it'll take us 30 years to pay it off. No longer will I listen to this Government's talk of financial prudence... she left a long while ago.
In fact I heard last night that our decline in GDP, now expected to...
Great story from the New York daily news blog by Stephanie Gaskell: Twitter is getting militarised. The
An interesting case study at today's TechCrunch GeeknRolla event in London was a presentation about launching a start up business in the US, whilst based in the UK.
Lesley Eccles, co founder of
A huge amount of time and energy is spent thinking about social media and whether it's important for businesses.
Well, it is. Last week's Dominos pizza scandal was a PR disaster of momentous proportions for the comapny. The YouTube video of two employees doing revolting things to a...
Just seen this - Barrack Obama picks Virginia's secretary of technology Aneesh Chopra as the US's first ever chief technology officer.
The Police Central E-Crime Unit is off to a flying start. To shut down a gang that used Trojans to defraud bank customers, charging two and remanding seven...
You've got to watch this it's brilliant. I know a little bit about sheep as my dad keeps them and so I know how brilliant these dogs must have been to do this. Incredible.