News stories from 7Safe in 2007

Internet Watch Foundation Achieves International Security Certification - Assisted by 7Safe Information Security

7Safe | 19 Nov 2007

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), based in Oakington, is the national organisation operating the UK 'Hotline' for the public to report their exposure to potentially illegal online content, particularly child sexual abuse images. The IWF works with the online industry, the Government, the police, and the public to ensure abusive images of children are eradicated from UK networks and that internet users are protected from stumbling across such content. With the support of Information Security specialists 7Safe, the IWF has been awarded certification to the international security standard, ISO 27001.

7Safe Partners with Resellers to Promote New Computer Forensics MSc

7Safe | 12 Nov 2007

7Safe Information Security is seeking a limited number of high-calibre training reseller partners to assist in marketing its groundbreaking MSc in Computer Security and Forensics.

New Forensics MSc Counters Cybercrime

7Safe | 03 Oct 2007

A highly practical MSc in Computer Security and Forensics is launched today by Information Security education leaders 7Safe and the University of Bedfordshire.

7Safe Information Security Strengthens Its Board with New Appointments

7Safe | 11 Sep 2007

7Safe, Information Security consultancy, training and computer forensics specialist, has strengthened its board with the appointment of Ken Ford as non-executive Chairman and Daniel Hart as non-executive Director.

Industry Icon's New Wireless Security Training Designed to Thwart Hackers

7Safe | 30 Aug 2007

Nessus co-founder Jordan Hrycaj has completed the testing of 7Safe's new university-accredited wireless security training course.

"Horrifying" lapses in data security highlight the critical nature of Payment Card Industry DSS

7Safe | 03 Aug 2007

No less an influential figure than the UK government's information commissioner, Richard Thomas, has stated that, "The roll call of banks, retailers, government departments, public bodies and other organisations which have admitted serious security lapses is frankly horrifying".

Minnesota State Spearheads PCI DSS Legal move

7Safe | 16 Jul 2007

In a major development, with potentially huge impact on the data security practices of companies worldwide, Minnesota has become the first state in the USA to enact into law a key component of the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS).

Police and 7Safe Launch New Computer Forensics Guide at ACPO e-crime Conference

7Safe | 05 Jul 2007

The Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and leading computer forensics company, 7Safe, today released an important new version of the official guide to computer-based electronic evidence collection.

Computer Forensics Helps Destroy Global Paedophile Ring

7Safe | 21 Jun 2007

Computer forensics taught by information security experts 7Safe played an important part in enabling police to capture members of a global internet paedophile ring run by a 28-year-old British man.

Shock legal move RAMs new computer forensics message home

7Safe | 15 Jun 2007

A court case battle between the Motion Picture Association of America and one of the world's largest online media download sites has highlighted critical issues regarding the nature of digital evidence.

Hackers Attack on Government Exposes Lack of Security Expertise

7Safe | 13 Jun 2007

Lead Auditor training in ISO 27001 empowers IT security professionals and increases their value to employers.

7Safe | 08 Jun 2007

Credit Card Security Deadline Provokes Surge in Training ( PCI DSS )

7Safe | 18 May 2007

IT Security Legend turns Training Architect

7Safe | 13 Mar 2007