The Evolution of Penetration Testing

Penetration Testing, or Pen Testing, is an essential component in any comprehensive network and application security strategy. Each security component is important, but there has been a tendency to see Pen Testing as an afterthought or as a box-ticking exercise for regulatory reasons. Indeed, organisations that gather credit card information need to comply with the […]

The Role of IAM in IOT

“Do you have valid ID?” We are all used to being asked for valid ID to prove who we say we are. From picking up a parcel at the post office, voting in elections or buying wine (if we are lucky enough to look that young), and in many other situations, proving your identity is […]

Phishing : Top Tips to stop you from getting reeled in

Warning! Please excuse the Puns and fish references! “Phishing” in cyber terms refers to the stealing of personal information that can lead to identity theft and financial fraud. Interestingly, phishing has been around for years and can manifest itself in many forms via phone calls and physical letter scams. However, with recent development in technology the most […]

Cyber Security – The Fast Facts

In a world of increasing complexities and complications, I wanted to keep this blog short, sweet and simple. The evolution and advancement in technology over the last decade has been revolutionary and has been the catalyst for more innovation today and into the future. However, the rise of the cybercrime has grown almost simultaneously as […]

EXCELLING AT AGEING – LOOKING BACK TO 1987

Everyone is bound to have used Microsoft Excel at some stage in their professional career, but for those who are lucky enough to have dodged spreadsheets until now, Excel is a spreadsheet developed by Microsoft for Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android. Microsoft Excel is one of the most familiar, flexible, and widely used business applications […]

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Bill Of Rights – Looking Back to 1987

  The Constitution of the Republic of the Philippines was ratified by a nationwide plebiscite on February 2nd 1987, Section 1 of Article III of the Bill of Rights states the following… “No person shall be deprived of life, liberty or property without due process of law, nor shall any person be denied the equal protection […]

Apple.com Looking back to 1987

The domain apple.com went online 30 years ago on 19th February 1987. Registered for free, the web has fostered Apple’s growth and revenues of over 200 billion Euro. We can see just how much Apple ‘the brand’ has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. The colourful rainbow logo was swapped for a polished monochrome […]