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NotPetya Ransomware: Lessons Learned

NotPetya Ransomware: Lessons Learned

Roi Perez explores what the NotPetya ransomware taught an industry still reeling from the WannaCry outbreak

Smartphones Spur Biometric ATM Authentication

Smartphones Spur Biometric ATM Authentication

With the rise of ‘mobile-first’ consumers, Robin Arnfield investigates how smartphones may be the future for biometric authentication at ATMs

The Security Design Flaws of Biometrics

The Security Design Flaws of Biometrics

In my opinion, biometrics don’t follow best practice security principles and therefore fall short in many applications – particularly information security.

The Benefits of Biometrics

The Benefits of Biometrics

When looking at the results of biometric authentication deployments, it’s understandable why it is increasing in popularity.

The Impact of a Breach: When the Fallout Means More than Money

The Impact of a Breach: When the Fallout Means More than Money

Data breaches can mean more than just financial loss. Wendy M. Grossman explores how fear, anxiety and even danger can impact victims

In Search of an Ethical Code for Cybersecurity

In Search of an Ethical Code for Cybersecurity

Ethics plays a big part in many lines of work, but what about information security?

Ask the Experts: What Did the Cybersecurity Industry Learn from WannaCry?

Ask the Experts: What Did the Cybersecurity Industry Learn from WannaCry?

Three security experts share their thoughts on what the WannaCry ransomware attack taught us about the industry

Democracy Hacked: Why the Black Hats Are Turning
Their Attention to Elections

Democracy Hacked: Why the Black Hats Are Turning Their Attention to Elections

With senior officials in the US, France, UK and Germany all blaming Russia for targeted attempts to influence their elections, Phil Muncaster takes a look at a turbulent year for democracy and asks ‘what next’?

The Stress Test of the Red Team

The Stress Test of the Red Team

Red Teams have become increasingly prevalent in cybersecurity over the past few years, as defensive tactics increase against a very capable adversary.

Rise of the Machines: Cognitive Computers in Cybersecurity

Rise of the Machines: Cognitive Computers in Cybersecurity

Machine learning has come a long way since early research into the concept in the 1950s, but what role is it now playing in the information security landscape, and at what cost?

WannaCry: The Industry's Wake-up Call

WannaCry: The Industry's Wake-up Call

Friday May 12 may yet be seen as a turning point for global IT security.

Top Ten Lessons Learned from WannaCry

Top Ten Lessons Learned from WannaCry

The WannaCry ransomware variant changed the view of ransomware globally, mainly due to its ability to capture multiple major businesses and critical infrastructure.

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