Political Parties & Public Faux Pas

Political Parties & Public Faux Pas

One of the longest standing traditions in British politics is public faux pas, often in the form of controversial, ignorant or downright outrageous statements made by Members of Parliament. In the past, apart from the most egregious of quotes, MPs only had to survive...
Due Diligence, Facebook has sent you a friend request.

Due Diligence, Facebook has sent you a friend request.

Facebook’s meteoric rise as the social media platform of choice in the late 2000’s and early 2010’s paved the way for the integration of social media into modern life. Suddenly the online world wasn’t just for you and your friends but your parents and...
Something fishy…

Something fishy…

With my office circling for a blog this week, I decided to bite and to put a different kind of fin in fintech. So here it is, a blog that I can really get my teeth into. No fin can stop me now. Oh this is about to be so bad… This week is Shark Week and while it...
Dark Web Enlightenment

Dark Web Enlightenment

News broke last Friday of the arrest of a senior programmer from Israeli security firm, NSO Group, the company behind the infamous mobile spyware Pegasus. Allegedly faced with termination, he attempted to sell stolen source and development code valued at hundreds of...
Neotas wins the World Cup

Neotas wins the World Cup

An England team picked by Neotas would win the football World Cup. It’s a bold claim, I know, but considering recent tournament attempts, you might as well hear us out. England have suffered from a team that never seems to gel. We have had plenty of brilliant players....
Understanding the Modern Slavery Act

Understanding the Modern Slavery Act

To many, slavery is a problem of the past. The unfortunate truth is that it’s still a global problem. Latest estimates from the UN rank modern slavery as the second-largest criminal activity in the world. In 2015, the UK introduced the Modern Slavery Act. It was the...