Graham Penrose

Graham Penrose

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What’s the Difference Between EMM and MDM Anyway? - Best Mobility Management Vendors, MDM Software and EMM Platforms

What’s the Difference Between EMM and MDM Anyway? - Best Mobility Management Vendors, MDM Software and EMM Platforms

Flaw in Adobe Flash Player Used to Install FinFisher Spyware

Flaw in Adobe Flash Player Used to Install FinFisher Spyware

ROCA vulnerability and Axalto / Gemalto .NET v2 smartcards – Magic of Security

ROCA vulnerability and Axalto / Gemalto .NET v2 smartcards – Magic of Security

The Money in Social Engineering - A Trillion Dollar Industry by Tony Reijm - action, sales, process | Peerlyst

The Money in Social Engineering - A Trillion Dollar Industry by Tony Reijm - action, sales, process | Peerlyst

fraud, data breaches, ransomware, offensive cyber and phishing.

fraud, data breaches, ransomware, offensive cyber and phishing.

fraud, data breaches, ransomware, offensive cyber and phishing.

fraud, data breaches, ransomware, offensive cyber and phishing.

Europol cops lean on phone networks, ISPs to dump CGNAT walls that 'hide' cyber-crooks • The Register

Europol cops lean on phone networks, ISPs to dump CGNAT walls that 'hide' cyber-crooks • The Register

Europol cops lean on phone networks, ISPs to dump CGNAT walls that 'hide' cyber-crooks • The Register

Europol cops lean on phone networks, ISPs to dump CGNAT walls that 'hide' cyber-crooks • The Register

Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre

Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre

Realistic Cybersecurity for Small- and Mid-Sized Enterprises – Brink – The Edge of Risk

Realistic Cybersecurity for Small- and Mid-Sized Enterprises – Brink – The Edge of Risk

Supreme Court to decide if US has right to data on world’s servers | Ars Technica

Feds claim legal right to reach into the world's servers with a valid US warrant.

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether law enforcement authorities, armed with a valid search warrant from a federal judge, can demand that the US tech sector hand over data that is stored on overseas servers. In this case, which is now one of the biggest privacy cases on the high court's docket, the justices will review a lower court's ruling that US warrants don't apply to data housed on foreign servers, in this instance, a Microsoft server in Ireland.

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to decide whether law enforcement authorities, armed with a valid search warrant from a federal judge, can demand that the US tech sector hand over data that is stored on overseas servers. In this case, which is now one of the biggest privacy cases on the high court's docket, the justices will review a lower court's ruling that US warrants don't apply to data housed on foreign servers, in this instance, a Microsoft server in Ireland.

Iraqi forces recapture contentious Kirkuk in overnight offensive | FDD's Long War Journal

Iraqi forces recapture contentious Kirkuk in overnight offensive | FDD's Long War Journal

Taliban claims to have shot down US drone | FDD's Long War Journal

Taliban claims to have shot down US drone | FDD's Long War Journal

Taliban claims to have shot down US drone | FDD's Long War Journal

Taliban claims to have shot down US drone | FDD's Long War Journal

Hurricane Ophelia has nothing to do with climate change - Kerry TD Danny Healy-Rae - Independent.ie

Hurricane Ophelia has nothing to do with climate change - Kerry TD Danny Healy-Rae - Independent.ie