Jeremy Corbyn has serious questions to answer ahead of talks with MI5 Director Andrew Parker, with UK security services voicing concerns over the Labour leaders approach to national security, at a time where the security of this country is of paramount importance. The meeting, supposed to take place on Tuesday, as been delayed due to the rising battle over anti-semitism...
Some eighteen years ago, the office of elected London Mayor was created with fanfare. Despite not being our ‘cup of tea’, a glorious old Trot, Ken Livingstone, won hands-down. He served eight years as an irascible but annoyingly likeable figurehead for the greatest city on earth – our London. Then came Boris. If only somebody had come up with the idea...
Britain and ‘Brand Britain’ is “loved and adored around the world” says education business owner. Prime Minister Theresa May and International Trade Minister George Hollingbery led a 29-strong business delegation on their visit to South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya this week to promote economic ties with Africa. More than £300 million worth of deals announced by PM Theresa May during visit...
Veteran Labour MP Frank Field has quit the Party's whip in the Parliamentary Labour Party. Mr Field, a widely respected back-bencher, and former welfare minister in Tony Blair's 1997 government, is expected to fight for his Birkenhead seat at the next general election as an Independent Labour candidate. He was recently deselected by his own constituency party following a parliamentary vote...
An Egyptian court on Tuesday sentenced six people to death for attacking a security checkpoint north of Cairo and killing a policeman. The Cairo Criminal Court handed various prison sentences to six others in the case that dates back to 2016. As well being found guilty of attacking police and army forces, the defendants were convicted of joining a terrorist group. The...
In light of today's terror attack at the gates of the Houses of Parliament, the debate surrounding security, particularly the use and efficiency of counter terror barriers comes to the fore yet again. Since 9/11, architects have worked alongside governments and their security agencies to create structures that would secure a city without changing its character, yet as the threat...
With the 2018 World Cup under way, and EU GDPR now in force, we’d like to share our students’ Top Ten mobile device prevention tips with our GCA readers. Our advice ends with our famous #30MinutesSelfie – book half an hour in your smartphone calendar, uninterrupted, with yourself, to make these safety measures happen! Anti-Virus Software: Your smartphone is a...
Businesses in Uganda score very low on awareness of the threats posed by hackers and other bad actors and they do not seem prepared for attacks that might cost them a lot in damages and mitigation expenses. According to the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre, based at the University of Oxford, Preparedness across sectors in Uganda is very low. The Global Cyber Security...
Panaseer, a cyber security software company, today announced it has secured $10 million in Series A funding. The financing round was led by Evolution Equity Partners with participation from existing investors including Notion Capital, Albion Capital, Winton Ventures and Paladin Capital Group, as well as new investor Cisco Investments. Established in 2014 by Nik Whitfield - a cyber-security thought leader...
Researchers at The University of Manchester in collaboration with the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain, have developed a state-of-the-art artificial intelligence (AI), biometric verification system that can measure a human’s individual gait or walking pattern. It can successfully verify an individual simply by them walking on a pressure pad in the floor and analysing the footstep 3D and time-based data. The...