Impero Software is the creator and seller of "Impero Education Pro", a piece of software that's used in many UK schools to monitor school computers for extremism, and notify teachers if it finds that pupils have been looking at web material that could fall under that category.
The findings of a new survey from Tyntec, based on responses from Spain, the UK and US, reveal sluggish adoption of BYOD policies by organizations, while its employees voice strong privacy concerns and preference on device usage.
German institutions and businesses that fall in the "critical infrastructure" category will have to implement new information security measures, as defined by the new IT security law passed on Friday by the German Bundesrat (the country's "Federal Council").
Companies are underestimating the risk of failing to provide security training to non-technical staff.
A 17-year-old member of the infamous Lizard Squad has been found guilty of 50,700 charges by a Finnish court, but won't serve his sentence in a prison.
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