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Is DDoS Protection Right For You?

Is DDoS Protection Right For You?

What should a company do about DDoS? They should follow a risk-based methodology to judge cost and weigh it against benefits and ways to address the risk.

Key Details on the Australian Meta-Data Retention Law

Key Details on the Australian Meta-Data Retention Law

As Australia's newly approved Data Retention law comes into effect, how does it actually affect the average internet user?

How To Sell Endpoint Security to Business Leaders

How To Sell Endpoint Security to Business Leaders

Engaging with C-suite execs, security pros can more effectively explain and advocate the need to invest while leading the business toward a safer future.

Why Bill 34 is Bad News for Internet Privacy

Why Bill 34 is Bad News for Internet Privacy

The S.J.Res. 34 bill has effectively destroyed the privacy of internet users in the US and has taken the world by storm.

The 'Dark RAT'

The 'Dark RAT'

In March 2017, Fujitsu Cyber Threat Intelligence uncovered a newly developed remote access tool referred to by its developer as ‘Dark RAT'

The Domain Name and its Role in Cyber Forensics

The Domain Name and its Role in Cyber Forensics

It remains very easy for anyone to inexpensively buy a domain name, obtain an IP address and set up a host server.

The Security Challenges of Enterprise Container Adoption

The Security Challenges of Enterprise Container Adoption

The blending of development and operations processes into DevOps has also changed the way software is deployed.

Your 2017 Data Centre Security Checklist

Your 2017 Data Centre Security Checklist

There is big money to be made extorting an organization’s data center—or “brain”.

#WCSC17: A Day at World Cybersecurity Congress 2017

#WCSC17: A Day at World Cybersecurity Congress 2017

This week Islington’s Business Design Centre played host to the World Cybersecurity Congress 2017, with a schedule packed full of interesting sessions and discussions from speakers from a variety of different sectors and specialties

GDPR Compliance: Time to Face Mission Impossible?

GDPR Compliance: Time to Face Mission Impossible?

The subject of GDPR compliance continues to be on the lips of many in the information security industry, and rightly so as the regulation promises to revolutionize the way we work and store data

The Rise of the Threat Hunter

The Rise of the Threat Hunter

Being proactive, sniffing out threats, and improving detection and response times is vital in the ongoing fight against cyber-attacks. A mix of prevention and response is the ideal strategy.

#SecuriTay 2017 & the Future of An Industry

#SecuriTay 2017 & the Future of An Industry

Held in Dundee’s Abertay University, and now in its sixth year, SecuriTay is organized by the Ethical Hacking Society and “aimed at anyone with an interest in hacking and information security”

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