Don’t let your #heartbleed over web security

One word that’s been all over the web this past week is ‘Heartbleed.” Together with a highly-visible image, it has been the focus of much commentary and opinion, some of it contradictory, some of it confusing. Heartbleed is a major security vulnerability on the internet, one that I’ve seen described as “11 on a a […]

Twitter eight years on

Today marks the eighth anniversary of Twitter, the communication platform that is globally ubiquitous today, the eleventh most-visited website in the world. From co-founder Jack Dorsey‘s first tweet on this day, March 21, in 2006, the number of active users of the service now exceed 240 million per month worldwide who tweet in more than […]

If you want my data, reward me

At the moment, we provide our personal details free to data-gathering giants like Facebook and Google. That won’t always be the case, says guest writer Daniel de Bruin. Data security promises to be one of the main issues facing organisations in 2014. During the past year two main threats to data security have emerged. First, […]

Is a (search) picture worth a thousand words?

I’ve been having some fun this morning with Jelly. Jelly is a new mobile search service announced yesterday that works via apps for Android and iOS. The company was co-founded by Biz Stone, one of the original founders of Twitter. So what is Jelly? In a nutshell, it’s an app you use to ask a […]