Suspect Employee Disloyalty? The Rules for Monitoring at Work

Suspect Employee Disloyalty? The Rules for Monitoring at Work

Just over a decade ago amid increasing threats from terrorism and organised crime, the UK’s interception of communications regime was updated to include the lawful interception of email, the Internet and other online technologies. Unauthorised interception of electronic communications was banned outright. Yet organisations would still need to have control over their own business systems for lawful business practices. […]

Is your WordPress security at risk with its open-source software?

Is your WordPress security at risk with its open-source software?

Ever wondered about who developed that WordPress theme or plugin you are using on your website? Are they for real? Could they have written malicious code into their software to compromise your sites’ security, corrupt your database or steal information about your online users? E RADAR’s Will Roebuck discusses some of the security challenges facing […]

Bribery Act 2010

Bribery Act 2010

The United Kingdom’s Bribery Act 2010 (text) creates a new offence under section 7 which can be committed by commercial organisations which fail to prevent persons associated with them from bribing another person on their behalf. An organisation that can prove it has adequate procedures in place to prevent persons associated with it from bribing will have a […]