Since their inception, Apple has sold tens of millions of the popular tracking item, ‘AirTags’. Never has it been easier for users to keep hold of items that commonly go MIA, with consumers connecting their AirTags to keyrings, inserting them into wallets, and sometimes even into their children’s school bags. AirTags
The security of your company’s data is critical, and Conflict International’s comprehensive and trusted solutions can protect your data and IT infrastructure from a range of potential external and internal threats. Many companies still believe a firewall and anti-virus software will adequately protect you from threats, but times have moved on
Recent news has emerged this week, regarding security breach concerns. Ministers have demanded an ‘urgent sweep’ of all high-level government offices. This comes after a potential security breach of a government official’s activities. Justice secretary Robert Buckland, warned about the potential dangers of footage being used as ‘a national security breach.’ Also,
A Birmingham woman has spoken out after a neighbour was jailed for stalking her by placing a listening device on the headboard of her bed. William Nolan, 59, was caught on camera entering the home of neighbour Leigh Jones and attempting to remove devices he had planted after she became suspicious. Leigh
Lockdown has presented a technical surveillance risk to many companies. Businesses have operated out of office for several months. Therefore, privacy issues have been at high risk. In other words, without usual security and supervision, eavesdroppers/bugs have had ample opportunity to access sensitive data. Be honest - what is your business
A video by a man from the US has gone viral after he claimed to have caught his girlfriend cheating on him using a secret camera. The anonymous man posted videos on TikTok after he said he had suspicions that his girlfriend of six years had been cheating for some time.
Police are investigating a security breach at Fulham Football Club after a mobile phone was found taped under a desk that may be linked to bribery or a gambling scam. Suspicions were raised after CCTV footage showed two suited men who gained entry to the Craven Cottage ground ahead of last
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