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Will Vault7 Shake Infosec Like Snowden?

Will Vault7 Shake Infosec Like Snowden?

The Wikileaks ‘Vault7’ release earlier this month reignited the reality of state-sponsored espionage, and what our governments know about us

Security Certifications are Useless, Right?

Security Certifications are Useless, Right?

How many security jobs have you seen recently that said “CISSP not required, we don’t care what level of education you’ve attained, we just care that you’re super smart at security”?

ACE Skills Learned & on Display

ACE Skills Learned & on Display

Teams were information security professionals working for a fictional power company ‘Transcorp’ which had been taken over, and it was the job of the teams to use their skills to take back the network

Neurodiversity & Cybersecurity Careers: Recruiting & Retaining Autistic Cybersecurity Professionals

Neurodiversity & Cybersecurity Careers: Recruiting & Retaining Autistic Cybersecurity Professionals

At the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom on March 2 2017, many relevant parties gathered to discuss neurodiversity and careers in cybersecurity

Detect, Protect and Survive

Detect, Protect and Survive

Incident response has become one of those areas of cybersecurity that people think they could do better, but how often do they test it and how well could they actually act in the event of an incident occurring?

Help Save the Youth of Cyber

Help Save the Youth of Cyber

The news over the weekend was full of stories about how the youth of the UK was going to be taught cyber skills.

Password Managers - Resolution to Authentication Headaches

Password Managers - Resolution to Authentication Headaches

“Password managers are a good thing” as they give “huge advantages in a world where there's far too many passwords for anyone to remember”

Identifying the Problem of Disruption

Identifying the Problem of Disruption

Why do so many disruptions occur outside of the organization’s network control and why are they hard to monitor and identify?

All At Sea

All At Sea

Cables run between continents, channelling terabits of information down a single fibre-optic link. They are incredibly expensive to build, with a transatlantic link costing around $500 million, and only a handful of firms have the ability to lay them.

#WIREDSecurity: The Best Bits

#WIREDSecurity: The Best Bits

WIRED Magazine recently held it's first WIRED Security Conference in London. Here are our highlights from the day

CREST Workshop Gathers to Tackle Gender Gap in InfoSec

CREST Workshop Gathers to Tackle Gender Gap in InfoSec

It’s no secret that women have been overwhelmingly underrepresented in the cybersecurity industry for a number of years

#Oktane16: Journalist Brian Krebs on Cyber-attacks, Authentication and Authorization

#Oktane16: Journalist Brian Krebs on Cyber-attacks, Authentication and Authorization

Renowned investigative journalist Brian Krebs took to the stage this week at Oktane16 to discuss all things cybersecurity

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