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Top CyberSecurity News For 14th May 2016

  1. Understanding the DHS US-CERT Alert on SAP CybersecurityFrom Onapsis. On May 11, 2016, the first-ever US-CERT Alert for cybersecurity of SAP business applications was released by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to forewarn the cybersecurity community about the significance and implications of an SAP vulnerability, which was patched by SAP over five years ago, that is being leveraged to exploit SAP systems of many large-scale global enterprises.

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TalkTalk profits halve following last year’s major cyberattack

The UK-based telecommunications company TalkTalk has seen its profits more than halve, following last year’s “significant and sustained cyberattack”.

Profits were down to $20 million compared with $46 million for the same period last year, which has largely been attributed to the financial fallout of the high-profile incident. 190 more words

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TalkTalk talk of recovery – hopefully no joke for their customers

TalkTalk have announced that their profits halved following the cyber attack on the company in October 2015.  Profits fell to £14m down from £32m the year before. 479 more words


Clever Consumerism #1: Broadband

I’ve had a fair bit of experience selling, comparing and helping customers with broadband and it’s something I noticed that most customers didn’t really know a great deal about. 548 more words


Talk Talk: April 5th

It’s that time of year again. The birds are swaying, the trees are singing (to quote Dylan Moran) and a young man’s fancy turns to music (to misquote Tennyson). 228 more words


Security and fear - it’s time to educate

This morning I was invited to a very insightful panel discussion run by TalkTalk in partnership with Freud Communications about cybercrime. Cybercrime and issues around internet security have been on the rise recently; from… 643 more words

Proto Slick: Joni Mitchell's Hejira

I’ve been listening to a lot of Joni Mitchell lately, particularly focusing on her mid 70s transition into jazz fusion territory. While such a phrase can send many a face into a painful wince, at times my own included, it’s actually an unexpected and enthralling predecessor to more “modern” music to come. 362 more words