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Is ‘Man Flu’ Real?

Armadillo, 27 Jun, 2019

Sitting here on a Sunday afternoon deep in thought around what to write this blog about, and how else I can relate fishing back to cyber security, a common them...

Infiltrating the Mafia

Armadillo, 20 Jun, 2019

As a movie/TV buff, 2019 has been a bit of an interesting year; with several long-term film and television programmes coming to an end – Game of Thrones, The ...

The Fight Against ISIS for the Worlds Past

Armadillo, 10 Jun, 2019

As many of you may not know, I studied Archaeology at university and it remains a passion of mine. I wrote my dissertation on the damage that the war in Syria a...

The Real Cost of Free

Armadillo, 9 May, 2019

With plenty of free apps and software options out there, it certainly should be an easy choice to take advantage of what’s on offer, shouldn’t it? W...

To BIM or Not to BIM?

Armadillo, 3 May, 2019

It’s been about a decade since Building Information Modelling (BIM) poked its ugly head into the construction industry, forcing organisations to bring in and ...

Does More Money Mean Better Security?

Armadillo, 26 Apr, 2019

I have a news alert set up on my desktop with the search criteria; ‘organisation’, ‘data breach’, ‘security breach’ or ̵...

Cyber-crime Insurance – The Threats of Supply Chain

Armadillo, 4 Apr, 2019

So, this is more a question for cyber security professionals in general, what are we turning cyber security insurance into? I’m not asking the usual ‘is...

Cyber Resilience to Combat the Great Waves of Cyber Crime

Armadillo, 29 Mar, 2019

The Great Wave off Kanagawa (神奈川沖浪裏) is Hokusai’s most famous work, and one of the most recognisable works of Japanese art in the world. Above...