A departure from normal posts in honour of World Mental Health Day. Anyone, no matter how seemingly professional, positive, strong-willed and ‘together’ can suffer from depression. It can be situational; caused by […]
By Sarah Clarke I wanted to wish everyone a great holiday, however you celebrate it. This blog was born this year along with Infospectives consultancy and it has been an interesting ride. […]
Do you feel exhausted when you hear about compromised bank and retail accounts? You may suffer from Security Breach Fatigue. An SEC filing yesterday revealed that 76 million households and 7 millio… Source: […]
A post looking at an apparent security awareness anachronism – more security knowledge seemingly breeding denial about security
A detailed and thought provoking piece by Paul Bernal on the apparent conflict between free speech, safeguarding the integrity of the internet and the right to be forgotten…make time to read!
Some of you will already have seen this speech by Neil Gaiman to a 2012 graduating arts class. The video is below, but I’m going to pick out and paraphrase one of the highlights: […]
Just after 4.30pm (4.36 to be precise) the DRIP bill gained royal assent and became the DRIP Act. It will be the benchmark for legality of communications data retention and access for at […]
Following constructive criticism of my original hastily chosen blog theme from @ThomLangford (“Please change that bloody theme!”) I have revamped. Hope you enjoy the new look Infospectives and my most recent blog post: […]