Dublin firefighters scaled 110ft high cranes at the Dublin Port last week to play out real life situations as part of an ongoing height training programme.
News that at least 8 different vendors including F5, Citrix, and Cisco are vulnerable to a well-known 19-year-old flaw known as ROBOT sent shock waves across the security industry last week. The research found that some of the most popular webpages on the Internet were affected, including Facebook and Paypal.
Breaking news has revealed that both US and UK governments are placing the blame on North Korea for being behind the WannaCry ransomware attack that caused global disruption. The malware affected hospitals, businesses and banks and is thought to have hit over 300,000 computers across 150 nations.
Breaking news has revealed that due to another cloud storage misconfiguration, over 120 million Americans across billions of data points are said to have been affected. The issue is said to have occurred after an Amazon Web Services S3 cloud storage bucket was left exposed and open to the public internet.
Information on more than 120 million American households was sitting in a massive database found left exposed on the web earlier this month, Forbes has reported today. It included a huge range of personal details on residents, including addresses, ethnicity, interests and hobbies, income, right down to what kind of mortgage the house was under and how many children lived at the property.
Ginetta is delighted to announce Stuart Middleton and Will Tregurtha as the latest drivers to join their Young Driver Programme. Their appointment seeks to recognise their outstanding performance in British GT following a graduation from the Ginetta Junior Championship.
London, 19th December 2017 — The post-Fukushima shutdown of Japan’s nuclear reactors and subsequent demand for energy self-sufficiency due to costly fuel imports, coupled with the Japanese government’s ambitious emissions reduction targets for 2020, have stimulated growth in new renewable energy sources in the country.
Consumers continue to engage in risque online behavior, putting themselves at further risk
19 December 2017: A study conducted online by Harris Poll, on behalf of Tenable, has found that consumers* still fail to practice basic security cyber hygiene. While nearly all respondents (94%) were aware of recent data breaches, few have taken critical steps to protect their data or changed their online habits. The study found 44% of those questioned did not use a password to protect their computers with 55% failing to add a PIN to protect their mobile devices. When it comes to the industry recommended practice of two-factor authentication, a staggering 75% revealed they’d not implemented this feature to protect their personal information. Just 32% of respondents said the affect of recent security breach news stories meant they’d reduced their use of public Wi-Fi or unknown hotspots. There were some positives as over half surveyed (53%) confirmed that they had made their account passwords more complicated, with 15% opting to use a password management tool.