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1 December, 2016 | Alex Vovk

Tesco Bank Data Breach: What Went Wrong?

The recent announcement that up to 20,000 of Tesco Bank’s customers have had their money stolen during a sophisticated cyber-attack is a warning sign for the entire industry. This is probably the largest data breach that the UK’s banking sector has ever faced, which may have far-reaching...
17 November, 2016 | Russell Smith

Windows Information Protection: Your Private Security Helper

Windows Information Protection (WIP) provides organizations with a set of features to support a Mobile Device Management (MDM) system and enable separation of corporate and personal data to prevent leaks. In this article, I'll explain how WIP works. Why Use WIP? As corporate data becomes...
28 September, 2016 | Alex Vovk

Yahoo Data Breach, Part 2: Safety Tips for Users

After Yahoo confirmed serious data breach many of its users chose to block or delete their accounts. Nevertheless, this action doesn’t re-establish data privacy and doesn’t ensure that this information won’t be sold and used by the third parties. In this blog post we discuss the impact...
27 September, 2016 | Alex Vovk

Yahoo Data Breach, Part 1: What Experts Say

It’s been a few days since Yahoo confirmed a massive data breach, but we still know very little about the biggest hack in history.  Who exactly was behind this attack? What the hackers obtained precisely? We still have more questions than answers. But the biggest question is about lessons...
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