Does teaching Computing make hacks like TalkTalk more or less likely? Tony Parkin visited Nesta
Hardly a day passes without another revelation of a digital security lapse, a website hacked, or personal data being exposed. The TalkTalk fiasco is dominating headlines not least because this is its third such incident, and so many could be affected – it has 4 million customers.
This was a cyber-security lapse on the part of a major digital provider, that really should know better. But what about the cybersecurity at all those essentially 'non-digital' enterprises hooking up to the web to take our details? Companies that have far less internet experience?