When Starbucks introduced personalising the coffee shop experience by writing their customer’s names on their coffee cups people felt violated. Why on earth would a coffee chain want to know your name? Once coffee drinkers came round to the idea that the baristas were demanding their names, then began a wave of uproar across social media … More Why you should choose a pseudonym at Starbucks
In my days when I worked for the police, we would constantly try and profile criminals because it made our investigations easier. We would even regularly use specialist criminal profilers and psychologists to help with slow cases in order to gather clues from the unknown, which at the very least would indicate a direction in … More What Makes A Cyber Criminal
When you work in IT and you’re at a dinner party and somebody asks, ‘What do you do?’ you can usually see the blood run from their face as they’re like, “Oh my God, why me? My one night out this week! Why did I ask?!” However, recently, I was invited to a dinner party … More Is Cyber Insurance Ethical?
What would a hacker want from a mobile and why security measures are so important. As you pat down all your pockets and recheck your bag 3 times looking for your phone it can be a horrible thought that you have actually in fact misplaced your phone. A rush of questions fire through your head. … More What Does a Hacker Do With Your Phone?
Asked what it would take to reduce the risk of a successful cyber attack by over 70%, most CISOs would probably list further big investments in yet more sophisticated systems. What might surprise them – and delight their CFO who’d be spared the expense – is that it’s possible to achieve this quantum reduction through … More How To Turn Your People Into Your Best Defence