Last week a security vulnerability in the Apache Log4j 2 library was publicised. The vulnerability has been given the formal title of CVE-2021-44228, but is also being reported using the terms Log4Shell and LogJam. This vulnerability can, under specific circumstances, allow a malicious third party to execute code on a remote server which is running […]Read more
In popular culture, “here be dragons” (hic sunt dracones in the original Latin) means dangerous or unexplored territory and is often thought to be an imitation of the medieval custom of putting pictures of dragons or other mythical beasts on uncharted or blank areas of maps where danger was thought to exist. In reality, whilst […]Read more
Getting Privacy and Security Right The leading privacy and security-first approach to new ‘track and trace’ technology, De-centralised Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing (DP-3T), is used to alert the individual to the spread of COVID-19 through people they have come into contact with. But why isn’t this being used by all countries? Let’s look at what it […]Read more
Like so many projects, the starting point for what would become CoronaFriend was the innocuous question “can you put that on a map?”. Unlike so many projects, the answer was “actually, yes, we can”. In a guest blog post for Ordnance Survey, Gary Gale, Kamma’s CTO, discusses the power of open source, open data and open collaboration […]Read more
Orla Shields attends the Coutts Entrepreneurs Technology PanelRead more
Orla Shields of Kamma (formerly GetRentr) tracks the trends in the continuing transformation of the property in the HM Land Registry blog … You can read the full article here.Read more
20 months post-Grenfell and housing is under the microscope more than ever before. Last year, the London mayor, Sadiq Khan, published his London Housing Strategy, setting out a new approach to tackling the capital’s housing crisis. Top of the agenda is an online database that names and shames unscrupulous landlords and letting agents. All 33 London […]Read more
On the 24th of February Kamma hosted a webinar for mortgage lenders and housing providers covering topic including: The Path to Net Zero (or as we like to call it – Property Zero) for UK Homes New regulatory responsibilities and risks for large portfolio owners Cost-effective ways to support tenants to reduce heating bills […]Read more
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