Following the release of a new OneDrive for Business client by Microsoft in December 2015, the project team have concluded that whilst the previously communicated issues with the client have been satisfactorily resolved, the new client currently suffers from a some ‘notable gaps’. These gaps have the potential to cause significant issues for users: […]
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The Information Commissioner’s Office put this quiz out on January 28th as part of European Data Protection Day. Have a go and share your score @ICOnews http://icocomms.polldaddy.com/s/data-protection-day-quiz
See our password advice section to see SpashData’s ‘Worst Passwords of 2015’ and get tisps on how to chose a strong but memorable password as well as other helpful password advice.
Security holes in windows, Office, Internet Explorer and Adobe. Last week Microsoft released patches to address 26 vulnerabilities in a wide range of products including Windows 10, Office, Silverlight, Internet Explorer and Internet Explorer’s successor Microsoft Edge. In total nine security bulletins were issued last week by Microsoft, of which, six are described as […]
US federal regulators have given the University of Washington Medicine (UWM) a $750,000 fine and a corrective action plan two years after a phishing-related breach hit the university and compromised 90,000 individuals’ records. This ‘resolution agreement’ is the first of its kind to stem from the investigation of a phishing incident and calls for the […]
An update on the release of the University cloud based storage service, Microsoft OneDrive for Business. In April we advised that Microsoft were making some enhancements to OneDrive for Business and were due to release a new version of the application in May. Since then Microsoft has decided […]
This week Ruth Robertson the ISF Programme Manager has been at the Information and Records Management Society Annual Conference. Ruth gave a presentation ‘Managing Information Security Risk: Practical advice…’ about what we’ve achieved here at Cardiff and lessons learnt along the way. There was a lot of interest in the room and the free copies of […]
What is encryption? Encryption protects your information from being accessed by unauthorised people. Many of us carry around smartphones, tablets and laptops containing a mixture of personal and University information. By encrypting mobile devices and laptops information will be protected from falling into the wrongs hands. Please see our website to find out more about encryption and how it works. […]
Security flaws continue to plague popular Apple products with security researchers and bloggers all a buzz over a trio of issues Issue 1 On Monday (20th April) Ars Technica reported that around 1,500 iPhone and iPad applications contain an HTTPS-crippling vulnerability that makes it easy for attackers to intercept encrypted passwords, bank-account numbers, and other highly sensitive information, according to research […]
- OneDrive for Business Project Update February 18, 2016
- Change Fair – Lunchtime Today! February 10, 2016
- European Data Protection Day Quiz February 3, 2016
- Splash Data release the 25 worst passwords for 2015 January 22, 2016
- Start patching now! January 20, 2016