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Canadian Government Updates Food Safety Regulations

On Wednesday, June 13th, The Canadian Government announced Safe Food for Canadians Regulations that will come into effect January, 15th, 2019.

These are the Ocean’s Protected Areas – and we need more

The ocean faces many challenges, but has the extraordinary power to replenish when it is protected.

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in May 2018

List of data breaches and cyber attacks in May 2018 – 17,273,571 records leaked

Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery as a service

When moving to cloud-based services, businesses must take a considered approach and ensure they do not compromise on their disaster recovery solutions.

World champion supply chains: Preparing for the World Cup

The question for companies is this: Is your supply chain prepared to handle the demand generated by this massive event?

Climate Change Could Lead to Major Crop Failures in World’s Biggest Corn Regions

Two new studies looking at corn and vegetables warn of a rising risk of food shocks and malnutrition with unchecked global warming.

New standard to improve safety in the nuclear sector

A freshly published standard applies the principles of one of the world’s most renowned quality standards, ISO 9001, to the nuclear sector, combining best practice in quality with the specific requirements of the nuclear industry.

One of the biggest data breach to date involving a UK company

Dixons Carphone has admitted a huge data breach involving 5.9 million payment cards and 1.2 million personal data records.

Helping Rotterdam Stay Cool

During extended periods of heat, urban residents are more prone to health problems; elderly people, children, and the ill are particularly vulnerable to overheating and dehydration.

WannaCry Kill Switch Researcher Faces New Hacking Charges

A man credited with helping to prevent the spread of WannaCry has been hit by more hacking charges in the US.

Bible Society fined £100k for cyber hack of 417,000 Christian backers

The password was the same as the username on the account, set up in 2009 but not hacked until November 2016!

The Animals of Chernobyl

After the Chernobyl disaster humans haven't been allowed to live in the vicinity. That hasn't stopped animals and wildlife from moving into the radioactive area.

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