Enterprise Security for the Home
The arrival of the IOT era means it is time that Internet security is taken more seriously by everyone and that the answer is to introduce enterprise-class systems and controls to protect home networks.
Five Questions Board Members Should Ask Their CISO
Security isn’t something that can just be swept under the rug while the board and executive team plans on just pointing figures if something bad happens
Collaboration is the Key to Effective Cyber-defense
Every year, cybersecurity rises up the business agenda. Today, putting the right protection and protocols in place to defend against growing cyber-risks is front of mind for boardrooms around the world
Ransomware "Your Money, or your Data!"
There may never be a cyber-silver bullet to protect you 100% of the time against these pervasive threats; those who claim they can, will inevitably face disappointed end users.
#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?
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
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
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”
#RSAC: Wendy Nather: Why AV Should Never Have Been Invented and Why We've Brought the Skills Gap on Ourselves
Wendy Nather talks AV, skills gap, CISO decisions and why passwords should be written down
How The Industry Responds to the Cybersecurity Skills Shortage
To hear that the Government is setting aside significant investment to teach teenagers vital cybersecurity skills is welcome news, especially at a time when there is a serious lack of digital skills and an increased threat to companies’ digital infrastructures.
Digesting the Diversity of Data Breaches
The diverse nature of cyber-threats can make one quite unique from another, affecting every department within an organization and no longer confined to the IT department
Eagles Take the #Superbowl of Passwords
Based on the release of ten million passwords, the data crunching revealed that the most popular gridiron team for a password was the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by the Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders