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Ukraine Power Grid Hack, All May Not be What it Seems

January 28, 2016

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This article was written for ‘Hacked.com’ and can be read on their site at – https://hacked.com/ukraine-power-grid-hack-may-not-seems/ Advertisements

Is the EU UK’s greatest National Security Exposure?

January 9, 2016

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Does the UK’s greatest national Security exposure come from its subservience to the European Union? If viewed in biological terms it would appear the UK’s national immune system is being compromised, undermined and stripped away into a dependency state over which it has little control let alone self-determination, rendered exposed. More precisely the continued erosion […]

As Banks continue to flounder are Cryptocurrencies playing a canny ‘backgame’?

January 6, 2016

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The continued ineptitude of banks to address Cyber Security fundamentals comes to light – ‘UK high-street banks accused of “shockingly bad” online security’. Don’t think this is some backwater technology: Global Insurers Will Embrace the Blockchain Microsoft has announced the latest update to its forthcoming blockchain-as-a-service (BaaS) offering for its cloud-based Azure platform. As Cloud […]