Decade of research shows little improvement in password guidance
More than a decade after first examining the issue, research by the University of Plymouth has shown most of the world's top ten English-speaking websites offer little or no advice guidance on creating passwords that are less likely to be hacked.
Basic password guidance can dramatically improve account security, study shows
Technology users who receive guidance when setting passwords are significantly more likely to make their choices secure, according to research by the University of Plymouth, McGill University and Purdue University
Approach enables experts to look beyond IP in cyber security investigations
A technique which enables digital forensic investigators to assess an individual’s internet use rather than simply focusing on traffic through Internet Protocol (IP) addresses has been developed by cyber security experts at the University of Plymouth
Know your information
Detailing how much emphasis should be used to protect your data, both personal and corporate.