FFT News Digest

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Date Headlines
Jun 5Remote working realities | This week's scams | Zoom and silver linings | Securing cloud storage | Data retention guidance | Not so private browsing
May 29Contact tracing | Crime on the cheap | GDPR and the terrible twos | Bad bosses | YouTube and censorship | The power of metadata
May 22Tracking, tracing and lack of collaboration | Clever phishing kits | Questions for easyJet | Beer app threatens national security | Remote working tips from a 100% remote company | Cock-ups and cash behind most breaches
May 15Scams; COVID-19 and otherwise | Contact tracing lessons from Iceland | iPhone security "f**ked" | Remote working security | Disinformation | California's GDPR
May 8Relentless rise in coronavirus cyber attacks | UK tracing app meets reality |Cookies, consent and compliance | Journalism security | Remote risks | WeChat censorship
May 1Academics call for tracing pledge | Online fraud reaches "highest attack rate ever" | Less security, higher risk, bad idea | Fingerprint fine | Illegal streaming dangers | Video meeting risks
Apr 24Scumbag scammers reach new lows | Google and Apple make contact tracing progress | Disinformation | iPhone Mail app risks | Video conferencing improvements - and epic fails | Remote working reveals wider problems
Apr 17 Contact tracing | Scamwatch | Remote working update | Cloudflare's problematic patch panel | To Zoom, or not to Zoom...
Apr 10The uphill struggle against misinformation | Cyber crime Contact tracing and privacy | Zoom; to ban or not to ban | Backups | Security lessons from Google
Apr 3Surveillance, health and privacy | Zoom under fire | Coronavirus scams | Spoofing the media | Vicarious liability | Marriott breached again
Mar 27Surveillance | Remote working update | Coronavirus scams | Another rise in cyber attacks | Netflix users under siege
Mar 20Exploiting a pandemic | Advice on remote working | Disclosing data breaches | Surveillance and the virus | Advice on data protection | The UK, the EU and privacy 
Mar 13Virgin's data breach | Exploiting coronavirus | Tracking | Whisper's open secrets | Hacking the cloud | Scraping our data
Mar 6Home-working | IoT advice | Multi-factor authentication | Facial recognition | Public WiFi | DMARC 
Feb 28The risks of mobile devices | Hacking WiFi | Browser privacy | Password mismanagement | Covid-19 | Defending against Magecart | New guidance on ransomware
Feb 21A $2.6m email | Google moves on Brexit | The lure of the honeypot | Compromising social media | Surveillance threat | The spread of stalkerware
Feb 14Mac attack | The secret of the 'social proof nudge' | Data breach mayhem | The cybercrime business | Supply chain risks | Spies
Feb 7The Ashley Madison saga | Impersonating journalists | Top ten hall of shame | UK local government | Public WiFi; risk or not? | Evil cleaners
Jan 31Avast caught red-handed | Targeting a journalist | Reporting the Bezos affair | UN breached, covers up, found out | Simple Mac malware; simple solution | Facebook doesn't want to be liked
Jan 24Hacking the richest man in the world | The end of privacy | Mind control | Spilling children's details | Exploiting job seekers | The Internet of short-lived Things
Jan 17Helping organisations to help themselves | Encryption hostilities resume | EU regulators challenged to act | Inattentional blindness | Hijacking conversations | Crucial updates
Jan 10The Travelex affair | Facebook and disinformation | Fooled by social engineering | Insider risks | NGOs targeted by China |Ring responds to security questions
Jan 3Key issues for a new year and a new decade




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