Meet the expert: Tim Burnett to speak at PrivSec London
We are very happy to announce that Cyber Security and Compliance chief, Tim Burnett will be speaking at PrivSec London, next week.
Managing Business Risks: Walking the Tightrope to Growth — #RISK
Companies are stepping up investment in IT, digital transformation and cybersecurity even amid warnings of an imminent recession, a recent PwC survey found.
Audit Analytics’ Cybersecurity Report for 2021
Throughout the United States, cyber security has been on the rise - which in turn has emphasized the importance of a robust cybersecurity framework throughout organizations.
Russian cybercriminals’ campaign hit by FBI, US says
The FBI has seized a huge stash of IT hardware belonging to Russian military hackers, the White House has said.
Cyberattack hits Russia’s Rosneft oil group in Germany
The German unit of Russian oil company Rosneft has said it has come under cyberattack, Germany’s Die Welt newspaper has reported.
EU member states call for emergency cybersecurity fund to help Ukraine
The European Commission has been asked to create an emergency response fund to help address critical cybersecurity issues faced by Ukraine.
Cyber insurance premiums likely to increase as Russia continues to wage war
Business leaders are being warned to expect higher cyber insurance premiums and greater restrictions on underwriting owing to the ongoing war in Ukraine.
APAC region builds IT resilience with new cybersecurity hub
The Asia Pacific (APAC) region is being aided in its bid to combat the ever-growing cyberattack threat through the installation of a new multi-million-dollar IT infrastructure.
Four security trends to watch for through the coming year
Stuart Jubb, Managing Director of Consulting at Crossword Cybersecurity talks about some of the trends we should all be watching in 2022.
Experts shed light on security landscape for 2022
A new report has been released looking at priorities organisations should concentrate on in a bid to improve business security as global economies emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cybersecurity tops list of health tech hazards for 2022
An independent survey has identified cybersecurity and IT-related security challenges as the chief concern among healthcare leaders for the coming twelve months.
Northern Europe prepares for security upgrades
Enterprises and government departments throughout northern Europe are preparing to adopt new technologies to enhance security and strengthen defences in the face of an ever-growing global cyber threat.
Borås Stad becomes Sweden’s newest smart city
Borås Stad in south west Sweden has become the Scandinavian nation’s latest smart city thanks to an advanced cloud-managed network installation.
Experts dissect the impact of the Log4j attack on enterprise
A team of experts has shed light on the many ways in which the Log4j weakness, news of which broke before Christmas, may hit the global business community.
Security and privacy now a video meeting priority, most organisations say
A new survey taking in the views of large enterprise business leaders has found that attitudes are becoming stricter with regards to cybersecurity for video calls.
Cyber police in Ukraine commit to better health data protection
A new deal has signalled Ukraine’s increasing commitment to improving the protection standards surrounding health data in the eastern European nation.
Microsoft Takes Control of Cybercrime Sites Following Court Order
A Virginia court has allowed Microsoft to seize websites operated by Nickel, a Chinese cybercrime group that has been conducting cyberattacks in 29 countries.
New partnership in Ghana shows the way for cybersecurity in Africa
A new collaboration between leading African security organisations is advancing cybersecurity skills and technology standards to offer greater protection from emerging digital threats.
5G propels digital transformation in Asia-Pacific
A new study has revealed how growth opportunities through enhanced connectivity across the Asia-Pacific region are being driven by 5G telecommunications technology.
AI can help combat smartphone addiction, teachers say
New research has found that most (86% of) surveyed high school teachers feel AI could offer ways to help break down smartphone addiction among teenagers.
Sunderland to become UK’s most advanced smart city
The city of Sunderland in the United Kingdom is set to benefit from next generation 5G mobile infrastructure.
Decentology secures $4.3 million to build the future of decentralized apps on the Hyperverse
A fast-growing blockchain startup has announced plans to build the Hyperverse - an open, blockchain-agnostic, decentralized, marketplace for composable smart contracts.
Mistrust of data handling ‘threatens digitalisation of economy’
The digital world is at risk without deep reform of the way companies treat data and governments regulate it, according to Lorenzo Milans del Bosch, a partner in US management consultants Oliver Wyman.
Connecticut gives companies some protection from cyber security breaches
The governor of Connecticut, Ned Lamont, has signed into law legislation which protects businesses from punitive damages if personal or restricted information is improperly accessed.
The work-from-home model has ‘tested CISOs like never before’
Human error considered the biggest cyber vulnerability for organisations as the hybrid workforce presents new challenges for CISOs.