Security & Privacy Tutorials & How-Tos

The best vpn for firefox
Posted by Nik on August 26, 2019

The Best VPNs for Firefox

Chromebook Won’t Charge
Posted by William Stanton on July 14, 2019

Chromebook Won’t Charge – How To Fix

best vpns with free trial no credit card
Posted by Nik on July 10, 2019

The Best VPNs with Free Trial No Credit Card

Hotmail Got Hacked - what to do
Posted by Jessie Richardson on July 6, 2019

Hotmail Got Hacked – What to Do

How to disable Malwarebytes
Posted by William Stanton on June 28, 2019

How To Disable Malwarebytes

How to BitLocker without TPM
Posted by William Stanton on June 20, 2019

How To Use BitLocker Without TPM

Posted by Jamie on May 29, 2019

How To Setup a Cisco VPN

Posted by Nik on May 4, 2019

How To Set Up a Virtual LAN (VLAN)

Posted by Jamie on March 7, 2019

How To Disable McAfee on a Windows PC

Posted by Jamie on February 11, 2019

Sprint Family Locator – How To Use it To Track your Loved Ones

office-workplace-security
Posted by William Stanton on January 31, 2019

The guide to workplace security

amazon_alexa_audio_files
Posted by Emma Sims on December 21, 2018

Amazon sent customer 1,700 audio files from a stranger’s Alexa

nasa_hacking_scandal
Posted by Emma Sims on December 20, 2018

NASA hacking scandal sees employees’ data leaked

security-graphic-hp-one-life
Posted by William Stanton on December 20, 2018

Staying secure outside the office

facial_recognition_software_fooled_by_3d_printed_head
Posted by Emma Sims on December 17, 2018

Android facial recognition duped by 3D-printed head

nhs_trust_cybersecurity
Posted by Keumars Afifi-Sabet on December 11, 2018

NHS Trust spends as little as £250 on cybersecurity

cybersecurity_boss_incompetent
Posted by Keumars Afifi-Sabet on December 11, 2018

Your boss’ lack of cybersecurity knowledge is bad for business

gchq_now_has_the_power_to_legally_hack_anyone
Posted by Tom Bedford on December 10, 2018

GCHQ now has the power to legally hack anyone

nhs_fax_machine_ban
Posted by Bobby Hellard on December 10, 2018

NHS banned from buying fax machines by government

microsoft_and_mastercard_want_to_hoard_all_your_data_in_one_system
Posted by Tom Bedford on December 5, 2018

Microsoft and Mastercard want to hoard all your data in one system

quora_security_breach_exposes_100_million_users_information
Posted by Tom Bedford on December 4, 2018

Quora security breach exposes 100 million users’ information

kaspersky_government_battle
Posted by Connor Jones on December 3, 2018

Kaspersky loses battle to reverse government ban

facebook_considered_selling_users_personal_data
Posted by Tom Bedford on November 30, 2018

Facebook considered selling users’ personal data

dell-hq-data-breach
Posted by Claire Tourigny on November 30, 2018

Dell doesn’t know whether or not hackers stole customer info

can_of_worms_imperial_data_sharing_1
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on November 29, 2018

The exhibition challenging our perception of data sharing

linkedin_data_law_violation
Posted by Connor Jones on November 26, 2018

LinkedIn used 18 million user emails without consent

facebook_ico_fine_cambridge_analytica
Posted by Keumars Afifi-Sabet on November 22, 2018

Facebook fights £500,000 ICO fine over Cambridge Analytica

amazon_data_vulnerability
Posted by Claire Tourigny on November 22, 2018

Amazon is staying eerily quiet about its latest data vulnerability

ico_exterior
Posted by Clare Hopping on November 21, 2018

How do you audit an AI? The ICO is trying to find out

talktalk_sentence_data_hack
Posted by Keumars Afifi-Sabet on November 20, 2018

Two sentenced for £77 million TalkTalk hack

uk_unprepared_for_cyber-attack
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on November 19, 2018

The UK is unprepared to tackle devastating cyber-attacks

firefox_quantum_-_monitor_2
Posted by Clare Hopping on November 16, 2018

Firefox Quantum now tells you if a site has been breached

never-used-a-computer
Posted by Claire Tourigny on November 15, 2018

Japan’s cybersecurity minister has never used a computer

gdpr_wordpress_plugin
Posted by Keumars Afifi-Sabet on November 13, 2018

WordPress GDPR plugin inadvertently exposed sites to hackers

steam_bug_game_codes
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on November 13, 2018

Steam bug let users download unlimited games for free

oracle_equifax_gdpr_pi_breach
Posted by Keumars Afifi-Sabet on November 9, 2018

Oracle and Equifax among seven firms accused of ignoring GDPR

eurostar_data_breach
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on October 31, 2018

Eurostar data breach requires users to change login details

how_to_protect_against_data_breach
Posted by William Stanton on October 29, 2018

The biggest data breaches

bing_malware
Posted by Claire Tourigny on October 29, 2018

Bing is promoting malware in “Google Chrome” searches

cathay_pacific_data_breach
Posted by Rene Millman on October 25, 2018

Cathay Pacific data breach exposes 9.4 million customers

facebook_mark_zuckerberg_cambridge_analytica_eu_fine
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on October 25, 2018

Facebook fined £500,000 for Cambridge Analytica scandal

google_delete_search_history_update
Posted by Vaughn Highfield on October 25, 2018

Google now lets you easily delete your search history

google_play_store_app
Posted by Rene Millman on October 24, 2018

88% of Android apps syphon personal data to Facebook, Google and more

how_to_see_your_apple_data
Posted by Claire Tourigny on October 18, 2018

Apple data request: How to see everything Apple knows about you

apple_privacy_timcrook
Posted by Bobby Hellard on October 18, 2018

Apple now lets you see what data it holds about you

do_not_track_doesnt_stop_tracking
Posted by Tom Bedford on October 16, 2018

Your browser’s “Do Not Track” privacy feature doesn’t stop sites tracking you

cybersecurity_ncsc_threat
Posted by Bobby Hellard on October 16, 2018

UK is at risk from a huge cyber security attack

malware_trojan_mimicking_google_play_store
Posted by Tom Bedford on October 15, 2018

There’s a new trojan malware mimicking the Google Play Store

whatsapp_voice_and_video_calls
Posted by Rene Millman on October 11, 2018

WhatsApp security bug enabled hackers to take over phones with video call

google_plus_logo_tablet
Posted by Rene Millman on October 9, 2018

Google axes Google+ following discovery of huge data leak