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Penetration Testing
Peter

2018’s Password Fails

Throughout 2018 I kept a note of all the passwords encountered across 103 onsite penetration tests I was engaged on or peer-reviewed.  From all the passwords, two were extremely memorable.

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Penetration Testing
Peter

Analysis of the worst passwords in 2018

The majority of penetration tests will invariably reveal passwords of some sort from the user base, especially where that penetration test is done on a Windows network. So, as with last year we continue our annual review of the state of passwords.

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Penetration Testing
Peter

Cyber Security Summer Camp 18

Two months of hard work in evenings and over the weekends came to fruition this week as on Monday we opened the doors to Gibraltar’s first ever Cyber Summer Camp. The event was put on for kids from 13 to 17 attending school in Gibraltar. 

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Data Protection
Peter

GDPR, What do we know so far

We might have had two years to prepare for the introduction of the new General Da ta Protection Rules (GDPR) but it seems every business left it to the last possible minute before bombarding us all with opt-in emails and if you’re anything like me you used the time as the perfect opportunity to cleanse your inbox.

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Data Protection
Peter

How can you keep your Facebook data private

The data of millions of users has been exploited by the British firm on behalf of political clients but surely it was only ever a matter of time before we were all used and abused by the highest bidders?

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