IT Essentials: What the hell happened?

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: What the hell happened?

July and August are traditionally known in the media industry as 'silly season' - a time when news is scarce (everyone's on holiday), and PRs can talk journalists into running puff pieces because there's so little going on.

Perhaps someone can tell the cybercriminals? In the last week we've seen not just one or two, but four cybersecurity incidents announced, and only one was attributable to human error. The oth...

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