SpaceX and It’s Starlink Satellites- Blessing or Blight?

SpaceX and It’s Starlink Satellites- Blessing or Blight?

  • 13th August 2020
  • Evgeniy Anisimov
  • Technology

Thousands, if not millions, of people, have become more aware of something happening in our global skies at the start of 2020, building far more awareness by April. That something is SpaceX and the Starlink satellite launches, but what do they do and are they a blessing or a blight? Firstly, who is Elon Musk? Many have heard of Elon Musk but may not know the origins of what catapulted him into the public eye. Elon Musk is a quirky US billionaire who founded the company Space Exploration...


Coronavirus Scams Are Making Headlines

Coronavirus Scams Are Making Headlines

  • 13th August 2020
  • Evgeniy Anisimov
  • Cyber Crime

Cybercriminals are the latest in a line to cash in on Coronavirus themed scams. Scammers are currently targeting people in the most affected countries, purporting to be from WHO (World Health Organisation) or other such medical bodies. They are sending emails containing ‘useful tips’ that can help prevent the virus or halt the spread of it. Within these emails are suspicious links and files designed to deliver viruses onto your computer or device. Others are creating websites in an attempt to...


Why You Should Never Post These Things Online?

Why You Should Never Post These Things Online?

  • 13th August 2020
  • Evgeniy Anisimov
  • Social Media

Never before has our privacy been as exposed as it is now with social media, webcams, video doorbells, CCTV, dash cams and mobile phones. We choose to share our days, check-in to where we visit, photograph and video ourselves and others, we are watched from CCTV cameras, dashcams etc and any of this can be viewed and uploaded to the internet with a tap on a screen. Our once private lives are now led very publicly and because of this, there are things you should never post online. Personal...


EasyJet Admits Cyber-attack

EasyJet Admits Cyber-attack

  • 13th August 2020
  • Emma Laffey
  • Cyber Crime

EasyJet has admitted to being hacked in January 2020 with 9 million customer details being stolen in the cyberattack. What happened? The Luton-based budget airline discovered a ‘highly sophisticated cyber-attack ’ back in January 2020, which affected nine million customers. EasyJet informed customers of the breach once an investigation had been conducted. The investigation was to ascertain whose details had been targeted, what information had been accessed and to identify individuals who were...