Meet the expert: Michelle Levesley to speak at PrivSec London
We are very happy to reveal that Cyber Awareness Lead, Michelle Levesley will be speaking at PrivSec London, next week.
Meet the expert: Luke O’Brien to speak at PrivSec London
We are very happy to announce that easyJet Cyber Security Chief Luke O’Brien will be speaking at PrivSec London, next week.
Meet the expert: Dean Hogarth to speak at PrivSec London
We are delighted to reveal that Privacy and Data Protection practitioner, Dean Hogarth will be speaking at PrivSec London, next week.
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.
Virtru: Empowering workforce collaboration - without compromising data protection
We’ve all made mistakes when it comes to security. Whether that’s accidentally hitting “Reply All,” mistakenly sending a report to Sam in sales instead of Sam in finance, absentmindedly clicking on a questionable link, or forwarding an email that contained sensitive information farther down the thread.
New NIST Report: Integrating Cybersecurity Into Enterprise Risk Management
With cyberattacks becoming more devastating and complex, cybersecurity is at the forefront of public and government attention.
Vendor transparency, supply chain attacks and ethics under the microscope at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk
PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk brought subject-matter experts and industry thought leaders together today to bring up-to-the-minute insight into the world of third-party risk management (TPRM).
EU politicians were victims of Israeli spyware
Hackers have been targeting senior figures at the European Commission, official reports say.
Russia’s war against Ukraine prompts Munich Re to tighten cyber insurance policy
Germany’s Munich Re Group has gone through a rewording process to exclude war from its cyber insurance policies.
Risk In Focus delivers in-depth exploration of data protection, risk and security
PrivSec Risk in Focus took a global audience to the core of debate concerning data protection, risk and security yesterday.
British businesses warned of increased cyber warfare risk as Russian tanks roll into Ukraine
Following the escalation in the conflict in western Ukraine, the Russian government and their proxies are using numerous new methods to attack.
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.
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.
Experts reveal their cybersecurity trends for 2022
A new study has detailed a number of trends that cybersecurity leaders need to look out for as digital transformation evolves through the coming year.
First fully autonomous delivery system creates contactless travel
An airport in North America is benefiting from the travel environment’s first fleet of fully autonomous delivery robots for food and retail.
Italy’s first cloud region to bring greater performance, sustainability and security
Italy is to receive its first cloud region to support the escalating cloud computing demands of private and public-sector organisations in the Mediterranean country.
Oil and gas companies to spend US$15 billion to combat cyber-threat
Oil and gas firms are to commit up to US$15 billion to digital transformation over the next decade in a bid to modernise infrastructures, increase cybersecurity and to improve ESG credentials in the long-term.
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.
State of Oklahoma bolsters cyber defences
The US state of Oklahoma has taken a major step forward in modernising its cyber defence programme by investing in a state-of-the-art data centre.
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.
Endpoint security market predicted to expand as cyber-threat continues to grow
Having reached a value of 11.91 billion USD at the end of 2018, the size of the endpoint security industry is predicted to increase to reach 21.18 billion USD by the end of 2025.
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.
Keys to a Sustainable Security Strategy
For decades, technology leaders have focused on building a strong perimeter around their networks. But that approach to cybersecurity is no longer sustainable or effective: Globally distributed teams and complex supply chains have dramatically changed the way organizations create, store, and share data. As change continues to accelerate, many enterprise leaders are re-evaluating their cybersecurity strategies.
UK looks to beef up digital supply chain security
The British government is seeking views on what measures can be taken to enhance security of businesses’ digital supply chains and third-party IT services.