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Avoiding GDPR fatigue

A data procedure is for life, says Mark Harper, pictured, of HSM UK.Over the last 18 months, it’s clear that GDPR has contributed to the complete overhaul of the way we handle our data. So many have made strides forward and for the right reasons. Yet for some, GDPR is felt as a weight on the shoulders of their organisation – but does it need to be?For those playing the word association game, the word pressure is read more


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Tech project

Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom announced that UK Government is partnering with the AI technology firm Arm in a project to develop new chips that are more resistant to cyber threats, backed by £36m in funding. This is the next phase of the government’s Digital Security by Design initiative, also backed by Google and Microsoft. The partners say that the project has the potential to prevent hackers from remotely taking read more


products Physical Security

Undercarriage inspection device

For as long as there have been two wheels and a place to hide something, smugglers and other actors have used vehicles as a method of passing illicit items such as weapons or explosives through checkpoints, creating a hard to solve challenge for security professionals.Capable of carrying heavy loads of explosives, the US federal Department of Homeland Security estimates that a compact car can carry up to 500lbs of read more

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VPN can prevent a man-in-the-middle attack

A virtual private network (VPN) runs interference for internet users who want to:• protect their online privacy through location masking • bypass geo-blocking and internet censorship by routing their connection to other “fake” locations • bolster their overall internet security posture with defences against man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks, for example.Learn more about the details of VPN and its capabilities, on read more