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How to DCEPT your Attackers

How to DCEPT your Attackers

A look at the “open source honeytoken tripwire” DCEPT from Dell Secureworks

Australian Orgs Will Struggle with Data Breach Bill

Australian Orgs Will Struggle with Data Breach Bill

Consulting firm Protiviti has predicted Australian companies will face confusion when complying with the Federal Government’s mandatory data breach notification proposals

#RSAC: CSI:Cyber Panel Aims to Please Critics

#RSAC: CSI:Cyber Panel Aims to Please Critics

Despite CSI:Cyber receiving unpopular reviews from the security community, it has been renewed for a second series and this week at RSA Conference in San Francisco, two members of the cast and its creator took centre stage in the keynote theater.

Ransomware: Prevention vs Cure

Ransomware: Prevention vs Cure

Can a focus on vigilance prevent cyber extortion, or is prioritizing a strong recovery plan the way forward?

#RSAC: Innovation Sandbox Presents Ten of the Best

#RSAC: Innovation Sandbox Presents Ten of the Best

The ‘Innovation Sandbox’, the process sees vendors enter and be reduced down to a final ten, who get the pleasure of presenting three minute pitches to a panel of judges

TEISS: Cybersecurity Can Learn from International Crisis Management

TEISS: Cybersecurity Can Learn from International Crisis Management

The cyber industry can take lessons from the wider spectrum of crisis management and response, such as the aftermath of natural disasters and worldwide epidemics

Do CIOs Underestimate Cyber Breach Recovery?

Do CIOs Underestimate Cyber Breach Recovery?

Report by Carbon Black finds 28% of UK CIOs are ‘not concerned’ by data breach remediation

Google Voices Support for Apple, but what Does the FBI Actually Want?

Google Voices Support for Apple, but what Does the FBI Actually Want?

As the aftermath of the San Bernardino gunmen case rumbles on the CEO of Google has spoken in support of Apple - but there is disagreement across the industry about what the FBI has actually asked for

Is 2016 the Year Data Privacy Finally Gets the Attention it Deserves?

Is 2016 the Year Data Privacy Finally Gets the Attention it Deserves?

Today is Data Privacy Day (DPD) – but with the best will in the world, these awareness raising initiatives have had limited success in the past.

Now Microsoft says get off old IE versions, as it's pulling the plug on support

Now Microsoft says get off old IE versions, as it's pulling the plug on support

Microsoft will end support for all older versions of Internet Explorer from Tuesday 12th January. How will this impact businesses?

Security Headlines Present Little Christmas Cheer

Security Headlines Present Little Christmas Cheer

A look back at the headlines over the Christmas period, in the best and worst instances of information security.

GDPR Passes the Security Test

GDPR Passes the Security Test

The EU Parliament and Council have agreed on a text for the long-awaited General Data Protection Regulation, and it has been greeted with positive appraisal from security experts.

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