Corporate Blog

  • Blackphone App Store: Staying off the Grid Part 2

    The creators of the privacy focused smartphone Blackphone have announced the release of a privacy focused app store, launching January 2015, to go head-to-head with Google Play. Will it attract that...

  • Pirate Bay down… for good?

    On December 9th Swedish Police raided a server facility in Stockholm which has taken popular torrenting site The Pirate Bay offline. The question now is if, or when, we will see TPB return?

  • A Brief History of Social Media

    Even the most casual of Internet users is part of some form of Social Media. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Google and many more, have become so ingrained in the consciousness of modern...

  • Sony Hack: Whodunit?

    More or less everyone should be aware of the recent series of hack attacks on Sony of late. The hacks have left Sony reeling and might not be at an end. The one interesting point that no one is sure...

  • Lizard Squad harassing Xbox Live and PSN

    Starting with the DDoS-ing of Sony’s Playstation Network (PSN) back in August, then on to the bomb scare which grounded John Smedley’s, Sony Online Entertainment president, plane, culminating in more...

  • Big Money in League of Legends

    Riot Games, developers of the profoundly successful League of Legends, have paid out over $100,000 (£63,000) to security specialist via their “bug bounty program”. Mark James discusses the pros and...