Our CEO, Mike Newman, will be speaking on 26th April at IP Expo Manchester. My1Login will also be exhibiting at the event which is being held at Manchester Central, Manchester from 26th - 27th April.
My1Login will be exhibiting at CyberUK 2017. The event is held at Arena & Conference Centre, Liverpool on 14th March to 16th March 2017. Come and find out why we are uniquly position to solve your Identity & Access Management challenges!
Not only are we a wholly UK-Based IAM Provider, allaying safe-harbour concerns, we also have key technical differentiators, such as the ability to provide Single Sign-On for thick-client, legacy desktop apps and the ability to automatically discover and integrate new web applications.
My1Login will be exhibiting at Holyrood Connect’s Cyber Security 2017 Conference. The event is held at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on 21st February 2017.
TalkTalk CEO Dido Harding is to 'step down' from her position as Chief Exec, four months after the telecoms giant was fined for a data breach.
My1Login will be exhibiting at Bett 2017. It's the world's leading education technology event and is being held at the ExCeL, London from 25th - 28th January.
Three Mobile have admitted suffering a data breach, a breach that could put at risk the personal details of up to 6 million customers. The hackers successfully gained access to the Three Customer Upgrade Database by using an employee login. Three have admitted that details from 130,000 of their customers is known to have been stolen.
The migration towards cloud applications and away from in-house legacy desktop applications is a trend fundamentally driven by the lower total cost of ownership web solutions offer. New cloud alternatives are replacing on-premise solutions, but it is not happening overnight. The prospect of replacing all on-premise applications with cloud solutions in one fell swoop would bring most organisations to a standstill, so while the ultimate goal for many companies is to migrate to the cloud, the reality is that there will be a mix of cloud and legacy applications in use for the foresable future.
Half a billion user records have been stolen from Yahoo, in what the company have called a "State Sponsored" hack. Yahoo's belief that it's the victim of a state sponsored hack has been questioned by some commentators, not least Yahoo's former engineering Infosec chief, Jeremiah Grossman, who suggested that "State-sponsored adversaries don’t typically publicly share stolen data or sell it".
Data breaches make the headlines when they affect big brands, but 90% of all large organisations now admit to having been hacked*. While the average cost of a data breach is not pocket change at £2.3m, the biggest damage is reputational – for both the company and the C-Level execs who take the blame and lose their jobs.
With the last 12 months being a bumper year for hacks, we wanted to take a look back at the 10 most disastrous UK data breaches, spanning the last 10 years: