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Fine Time: What GDPR Enforcement Could Look Like

Fine Time: What GDPR Enforcement Could Look Like

Research looks at the size of a regulatory fine under the GDPR

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018 - Part Two

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018 - Part Two

An evaluation of the final five points from the top 11 most common trends seen in 2018 predictions

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018 - Part One

Cybersecurity Predictions for 2018 - Part One

With an inbox bursting with predictions for 2018, Infosecurity triaged all of the comments into 11 common themes

Views on GDPR From Within Europe

Views on GDPR From Within Europe

A review of the views of GDPR from ISSE 2017

UK’s Best Cyber-Enthusiasts Compete in Cyber Security Challenge Masterclass

UK’s Best Cyber-Enthusiasts Compete in Cyber Security Challenge Masterclass

Competitors took part in ultra-realistic cyber defense simulation at London’s Trinity House

The Corruption of the Past Created Future Compliance

The Corruption of the Past Created Future Compliance

Tom Fox on how the corruption of the past has helped create future compliance frameworks

Cyber Start-Up Company of the Year Talks Phishing Defense

Cyber Start-Up Company of the Year Talks Phishing Defense

Inky produces phishing technologies that are built on machine learning technologies, and recently won a VC-voted award

The Rabid Ransomware Bunnies Behind #BadRabbit

The Rabid Ransomware Bunnies Behind #BadRabbit

The main Bad Rabbit entry point was a rogue Flash update and once infected, it was able to pass through networks via open protocols.

Cyber Challenge Foundation Launched at Stephanie Daman Memorial

Cyber Challenge Foundation Launched at Stephanie Daman Memorial

The Cyber Security Challenge has launched a charity in the memory of former CEO Stephanie Daman, who passed away in June of this year

The Battle for Cybersecurity Talent in America: East Coast vs. West Coast

The Battle for Cybersecurity Talent in America: East Coast vs. West Coast

Infosecurity Magazine explores the theory that all good cybersecurity talent migrates to the West Coast of America...

Two Weeks Before WannaCry: Surviving a Zero-Day Ransomware Attack

Two Weeks Before WannaCry: Surviving a Zero-Day Ransomware Attack

There are many factors that can be gained from this experience, not least realizing how capable the attackers were

Skills Shortage Includes a Lack of Teachers

Skills Shortage Includes a Lack of Teachers

Lochgelly High School sent out a letter to parents stating they will be unable to teach computing to pupils after the only ‘capable’ teacher left for another school

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