Cyber Security Accreditation
If you get that, does it mean you've cooperated in installing GCHQ taps into your network?
Both Vodafone and O2 are claiming to be the best mobile phone network for people, particularly government people, who are worried about security. O2 is crowing about achieving the secure and government-approved network certification known as CAS(T), which stands for CESG Assured Service (Telecommunications), O2 being the first …
cos their coverage is crap. I have moved to a number based provider since there coverage is good, and I get 3G. In an interesting story, I got 4G on a trip to Birmingham a fews weeks ago, which was slower than the 3G speed I get here, so not overly impressed with 4G.
The good news is that since Mr Harris has been started working here we have had significant improvements in a number of our processes and significantly improved our reporting ability.
The bad news is there has been a sharp rise in HR issues....
Mine's the coat with the book "How to avoid crossing the line" in the pocket. The book is unread.
The telco that allowed the Californian company Bluecoat to covertly monitor their UK network, engaged in replay attacks launched from Bluecoat's offices in California, and all done without knowledge or content from either party to the communications... that one?
Vodastalk; Vodafone and Bluecoat Stalking Subscribers
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