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Connected Vehicles: the Next Big Security Challenge?
Connected cars are invading our lives ar unprecedented speed, so ensuring they are built securely is emerging as one of the next big cybersecurity skills challenges. Michael Hill reports.
Will the GDPR help the CISO?
The General Data Protection Regulation will be the biggest shake up of data protection measures in almost 20 years, Dan Raywood talked to Quentyn Taylor for his two year predictions.
Money continues to be spent on security solutions and services, but is there a return on investment? Wendy M. Grossman looks at the case for security economics and if spending to defend really adds up.
Divided We Stand: Will Brexit Weaken the UK’s Cybersecurity Industry?
After the historic EU referendum result in June, Phil Muncaster takes a look at what the next steps are.
Malware Swiftly Goes Upscale
Karen Epper Hoffman asks if attacks on financial services will become more pervasive, and what are banks and payments networks doing to stop it.
ATMs Still a Weak Link for Bank Security
More than physical distraction and rogue software applications on the ATM itself, Robin Arnfield looks at threats and developments.
Awareness Training: Time for an Overhaul?
Is the current cybersecurity awareness training system broken? If so, how can we fix it? Robert Schifreen evaluates what does and does not work.
Outlandish Car Hacking Claims?
Connected cars hit the headlines recently, with the Mitsubishi Outlander’s security failings detailed to the world. Dan Raywood looked at the research.
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Combating the Insider Threat
What can you do to defend against the unknown quantity that is the insider threat? Adam F. Godfrey, CISSP looks at some solutions and if your ally is actually your enemy in disguise.