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WikiLeaks publishes Sony hack emails in searchable online archive

17th April 2015  | Latest News Technology

WikiLeaks has republished more than 170,000 emails and 30,000 documents stolen during a cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment last year. Although the files have been published before, the whistleblowing organisation has made them fully searchable for the first time on its website. WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange said: "This archive shows the inner workings of an influential multinational…

UK law firms being investigated for data breaches, report says

16th April 2015  | Latest News Technology

A Freedom of Information request has revealed 173 UK law firms have been investigated for a variety of Data Protection Act (DPA) related incidents, of which 29 per cent related to ‘security’ and 26 per cent related to incorrect ‘disclosure of data’, according to Egress Software Technologies. In addition to this, results of the '2014 Law…

Skills shortage boosts cyber security salaries

16th April 2015  | Latest News Technology

A shortage of workers with cyber security skills helped to push the average salary in the sector to around £65,000 per year in 2014, according to a report. 45 per cent of firms surveyed said that they available of skilled information security workers was a significant problem. This stood at 43 per cent in the UK. Of the…

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EU acting over ‘unfair’ Google

The European Union has formally accused Google of breaching competition rules for web searches in Europe. Related posts: Google DoubleClick…

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