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This Online Course Is a Good Introduction to Ethical Hacking

“Hacking” carries a lot of negativity around it, but not all hacking is used for evil. Learning about it arms you with the necessary knowledge to …

Ethical Hacking

Things To Do If You're New To London

<i>London can be a big old baffling place, even for those of us who've been here for years. For newcomers, the prospect of getting to grips with the</i> …

England

27 London alleyways the heart-eyes emoji was created for

Thanks to a historic street grid that cocks a snook at so-called 'urban planning', London is riddled with irresistibly squirrelly alleys, passages, …

ES_Masthead

ES News Email<p>Torrential downpours across the capital have sparked fresh fears of flooding after parts of London were submerged under water.<p>Londoners …

Weather

The Anti-Tourist Tourist’s Guide To London

what to do, see + eat in england’s capital<p>Much to the dismay of anyone I've ever traveled with, I've always been one to avoid a tourist trap at any and all costs. And while I've tried to be a good sport about taking a quick trip to see some random monument in a busy part of a new city, my heart's …

European Travel

16 Clothes Markets Every Londoner Must Visit

Shun the high street.

National Geographic Travel

Family day out on South Bank and Bankside

The south bank of the River Thames packs a lot into an easily walkable area, making it the ideal destination for a family day out.<p>What to do<p>Start …

England

Our massive new monopolies: Amazon, Google and Facebook have the power to move entire economies

Tech companies have amassed frightening economic power — and we handed over our data to make it possible<p>The world of data has its own economics. If you know one thing about one person, you don’t have much. If you know one thing about nearly everyone or nearly everything about one person, you have a …

Intellectual Property

The Danger from Within

<i>Take this assessment to see how resilient your organization is to insider cyberattacks and whether you’re helping or hurting the cause.</i><p>We all know about the 2013 cyberattack on Target, in which criminals stole the payment card numbers of some 40 million customers and the personal data of roughly 70 …

7 reasons why we're going to see more card data breaches at our favorite retail stores

Recent card data breaches at Supervalu and Albertsons retail chains are just the latest in a long series of high-scale security incidents hitting large retailers such as Target, Neiman-Marcus, Michael’s, Sally Beauty, and P.F. Chang’s. These breaches are raising a lot of questions, one of the most …

Forget malware — stolen credentials are the real enterprise threat

Focusing on malware detection as a frontline cybersecurity strategy puts IT security teams in a never-ending game of cat and mouse. A report from Pandalabs earlier this year found that 30 million new malware threats were created in 2013 – an average of 82,000 <i>per day</i>. Keeping pace with this rate of …

The 1 Habit That Will Make You Happier And More Productive

<i>EDITOR’S NOTE</i>: <i>This post is adapted from the Forbes eBook,</i> <b>The Millennial Game Plan</b><b>: Career And Money Secrets To Succeed In Today’s World</b><i>, by Laura Shin. If you’d like to learn more about how maximize your productivity, the title is available now for download at Apple (iBooks), Amazon, (Kindle) and</i> …

How Heartbleed transformed HTTPS security into the stuff of absurdist theater | Ars Technica

Certificate revocation checking in browsers is "useless," crypto guru warns.<p>If you want to protect yourself against the 500,000 or so HTTPS …

8 Ways Not to Manage Your Email (and 5 and a Half Tactics that Work)

In 1635, England’s Charles I expanded the island’s mail delivery service to the public — with postage paid by the recipient and based on the weight of the letter. If Great Aunt Henrietta wrote you a 10-page letter asking why you weren’t married yet, throughout most of the country you paid for the …

Showdown follow-up: Evernote vs. OneNote

In part two of the Evernote vs. OneNote comparison, Patrick Gray focuses on the usability difference between the applications.<p>Last week, in part one …

Prevent BYOD from becoming Bring Your Own Disease

With BYOD initiatives seeing exponential growth, security has become an utmost concern for network managers dealing with mobile users.<p>Everybody likes …