Munish Pruthi

I am corporate monkey with a specialism in all things cyber security (Security Consultant). I have a passion for social technology, gadgets and innovation.

A hidden gem in Paris

The Saint Augustin Elysees is a small boutique hotel tucked away from the main high streets of bustling Paris.

Holiday tech

The world is an odd place. White people are expats, whilst everyone else is an immigrant

Africans are immigrants. Arabs are immigrants. Asians are immigrants. However, Europeans are expats because they can’t be at the same level as other ethnicities. They are superior. Immigrants is a term set aside for ‘inferior races’.

Lenovo caught with their pants down

The electronics giant has been caught red handed inatalling Adware on New Computers

Superfish, is reportedly installed on a number of Lenovo’s consumer laptops out of the box. The software injects third-party ads on Google searches and websites without the user’s permission.

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Google says thanks but not thanks Obama

Interesting times in the world of privacy. Google is concerned about a proposed change to a criminal procedure rule which could be introduced by congress.

The new ruling would allow the US government to hack into and spy on computer networks and devices across the globe. The search giant has filed a comment (PDF) opposing the…

Malaysia Airlines plays down hack attack

Malaysia Airlines can’t get a break. It has insisted its customers’ information is secure and its servers intact after its website was attacked by hackers professedly from Lizard Squad, a group that claims links to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, also known as Isis.

Britain’s Banks need to do more

Hmmmmm you don’t say. It amazes me that on one side we need to do more and on the other side they want to use Banks for piolt cyber wars with the US.

Britain’s banks must do more to protect themselves from cyber attacks, says the Bank of England, following an analysis of the perimeter defences and operational resilience of 36 of the nation’s top financial service providers.

World Economic Forum proposes new cyber risk framework

With the annual World Economic Forum meeting in Switzerland just days away, the organisation and its partners have released a new framework designed to help businesses calculate the impact of cyber-threats.

Governments make fun of Cybersecurity

Working in Cybersecurity for the first 12 years has opened my eyes to a lot of “interesting” practices and ideas within both public and private sector organisations. I have learnt, there are no boundaries to worst case scenario and the most simplest and most important of solutions are always overlooked. You have to walk in with your professional hat on…

Bang and Olufsen Beo Play H6 Headphones

Beautifully designed, a solid build and amazing sound but why so few professional reviews?

How Not to Win Friends and Influence People

Dale Carnegie wrote a very interesting book on How To Win Friends and Influence People. A book that provides you with some really interesting stories of how the most successful people in the world reached the peak of their careers. But you do not need a book to tell you the basics of how to be nice to people and treat other colleagues within…