Posts Categorized: news

Our New Northern UK Office

Ambersail Sci Tech Daresbury Office

After a few hectic months we have finally arrived at our new North UK offices at the Innovation Centre at the Daresbury Science Park. After a flurry of recruitment at Ambersail, this Sci-Tech site is perfect for what we need during our next stage of growth. The building is brand new and has all the… Read more »

Security News Roundup: Defending The Indefensible

Here’s a data security conundrum. The news that anonymous DNA sample data has been used to personally identify the original donor sounds, at first, like an information security problem. The reality is, it isn’t.  A team of geneticists has shown there is a systematic weakness in the way that this data is handled. It turns out… Read more »

Security News Roundup: Can You Hear Me Now?

Sometimes, the price of success is unwanted attention. Witness the apparently stratospheric rise in malware on the Android mobile platform. With mobile usage continuing to explode, coupled with the vast array of valuable data we store and access from our phones, it should come as no surprise that the  bad guys want a piece of… Read more »

Security News Roundup: The Demise Of The Human

With the US version of the RSA conference in full swing this week, we’re pleased to be able to present some signal despite the noise. It turns out that China is being hacked by the US. There, we said it. As they say, it takes two to tango, so we presume this comes as no great… Read more »

Security News Roundup: Chinese Take-away

The biggest story this week. Chinese military unit behind ‘prolific and sustained hacking’ says security report.  A highly-skilled team of intelligence gatherers working systematically to steal confidential information from organisations around the globe?  Shocking stuff – we can’t imagine for a moment that our government is doing the same thing. But things move fast in the murky… Read more »