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May
22

Chip-Level Security Bug – Spectre NOT SPEKTOR!

  A fundamental design flaw in Intel microprocessors that allows sensitive data, such as passwords and crypto-keys, to be stolen from memory is r...
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Oct
10

Rapid Imager: Taking forensic imaging to a whole new level

Evidence Talks' new SPEKTOR Module 'Rapid Imager', enables faster and new approaches to image acquisition. It offers the ability to store multiple str...
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Aug
10

Young people aren't choosing computer science? why!?

School children are becoming less likely to choose to take Information Technology (IT) or Computing as GCSE or A-level subjects. Ofqual (the Office of...
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Jun
15

Is cyber security still being side-lined and if so why?

Technological developments are taking place at an incredible speed which enables businesses to be more efficient, in terms of both time and money. Des...
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