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On the Seventh Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…More Mention of AI

On the Seventh Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…More Mention of AI

The concept of machine learning, automation and artificial intelligence (AI) have got a lot of attention over the past couple of years, and it is predicted that this will continue into 2017

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…a Big Year for IoT

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…a Big Year for IoT

Internet of Things (is a topic keeping the minds of a lot of specialists busy, with numerous envisaging it to play a major role next year

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…More Social Media Attacks

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…More Social Media Attacks

Social media and networking sites will be prime attack targets in 2017, each carrying its own set of risks

Dridex Targets Scotland

Dridex Targets Scotland

Dridex recently targeted victims using a football lure in an attempt to deliver the malicious trojan

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…CIOs to Reclaim Ownership of Data Initiatives

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…CIOs to Reclaim Ownership of Data Initiatives

2017 could be the year in which CIOs will secure their future by reclaiming ownership of data initiatives

On the Third Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…More Political Disruption

On the Third Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…More Political Disruption

Experts warn nation states and their sponsored operatives will use cyber espionage more and more next year to cause political shifts, disruption and to gain economic advantage

On the Second Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…Poor Routine IT Practices

On the Second Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted…Poor Routine IT Practices

Poor routine IT practices will cause the most avoidable harm to businesses next year

On the First Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted...MORE RANSOMWARE

On the First Day of Christmas, the Industry Predicted...MORE RANSOMWARE

As 2016 draws to a close, what lessons can be drawn from a year that was immersed in cybersecurity controversy and headline-making news, and what predictions can be made about what we expect to face in 2017?

Trading in Compromised Remote Desktop Services

Trading in Compromised Remote Desktop Services

There is a criminal underworld of compromised services in existence on dark web forums

‘We'll Always Have Paris’ – Highlights from ISSE Conference 2016

‘We'll Always Have Paris’ – Highlights from ISSE Conference 2016

This week the beautiful city of Paris played host to the 17th annual ISSE Conference, bringing together a raft of security professionals and experts from around the world to discuss, debate and shape the future of digital identity

Closing the Gender Gap in Cybersecurity: Its Time to Back Ourselves as an Industry

Closing the Gender Gap in Cybersecurity: Its Time to Back Ourselves as an Industry

Cybersecurity is facing a frightening skills gap, so to put it simply, we need more people, so we need more women

Assessing the Cost of Brexit from a Cybersecurity Standpoint

Assessing the Cost of Brexit from a Cybersecurity Standpoint

The cybersecurity community is equally looking to assess the impact of Brexit

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