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Resilient Animals – Sea Turtles

Sea turtles have existed since the time of the dinosaurs.

OkCupid users victims of credential stuffing

OkCupid says there has been no data breach.

ISO/IEC TS 27008 Guidelines for the assessment of Information Security controls

Stronger data protection with updated guidelines on assessing Information Security controls

Sustainable tourism: a new International Standard for accommodation providers

New international guidance for accommodation facilities to help them improve their impact has just been published.

Social media poses biggest data breach threat

Following the amount of airtime devoted to scandals from Facebook / Cambridge Analytica to Google+, it may come as no surprise that social media platforms pose the biggest danger when it comes to data breaches.

Crisis communication: Key lessons from 2018

A crisis can create three related threats namely public safety, financial loss, and reputation loss. Are you willing to risk it?

Extreme cold weather continues to impact UP Express, GO Transit, TTC service

There were a couple of cancellations and many delays for GO Transit users to contend with on their way home Wednesday, all thanks to the cold weather.

The solution to cutting plastic pollution? Bring back the milkman!

Orange juice, shampoo and detergent will be delivered to doorsteps in new 'Loop' partnership by Coca-Cola, Unilever and Tesco

Here are four innovative urban projects underway in Paris

There is an urgency to promote civic innovation in Paris. Income, wealth and opportunity divides run deep in the region.

Year 2018 at ISO

2018 was a year of hard work and great achievements for us here at ISO: here is a summary!

Most IT Pros Share and Reuse Passwords: Report

Data Protection Day shock as Yubico reveals poor security and security practices.

Resilient Animals – 10 Longest Living Animals on Earth

The lifespan of animals is usually measured in terms of the average age that members of the species die at, rather than the oldest age they can reach. 

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