Corporate secrets readily available on recycled company routers
New research into the fate of corporate network devices sold and bought on the secondary market represents a major cause for security concern.
Hybrid working may undermine organisational security
The impact of hybrid work on organisational security is a top concern for chief information security officers (CISOs), according to a new study.
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.
Meet the expert: André H. Paris to appear at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk
Data privacy and compliance consultant, André H. Paris will be speaking at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk.
Meet the Expert: Vincent D’Angelo will speak at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk
We are delighted to announce that digital business expert, Vincent D’Angelo is to speak at PrivSec Focus: Third-Party Risk.
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.
Cyberattacks intensify on Ukrainian websites
A Kyiv-based cyber agency has described how Ukrainian websites have come under relentless cyberattack from Russian hackers since Vladimir Putin began the invasion of Ukraine at the end of last month.
Cybersecurity breaches reported more on a Friday
Fresh insight into growing cybersecurity and data protection trends reveals that most potential data breach incidents are reported at the end of the week.
Third-Party Cyber Risk Management for Dummies promises clarity over risk posture
A new special edition in the popular For Dummies series aims to put an end to third-party cyber risk management woes, shed light on a complex topic that organisations of all sizes need to tackle effectively.
Cyberattack wave prompts security review for critical infrastructure organisations
Critical infrastructure organisations are under renewed pressure to shore up security after a scathing report into how a wave of cybersecurity challenges was dealt with through the past 12 months.
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.
Last year’s cyberattack on Russia lasted three months
Fresh evidence has come to light suggesting that a recent cyberattack campaign leveraged against the Russian state continued for far longer than was initially thought.
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.
Polish Senator Targeted By Pegasus Spyware
Polish opposition senator Krzysztof Brejza had his phone infected with the Pegasus spyware, according to a Canadian research group.
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.
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.
IT leaders may be taking security risks
A new study has speculated that IT leaders may be too confident when it comes to relying on cloud, security and application capabilities, a new study finds.
Companies increase spending on cybersecurity posture management
A new study has found that 80% of companies plan to increase spending on their cybersecurity posture management over the next 12-18 months.
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.
BrewDog exposes PII of 200K shareholders
A token authentication error has led to the details of hundreds of thousands of BrewDog’s customers and ‘Equity for Punks’ shareholders exposed for the best part of 18 months.
Major telecoms service giant reveals five-year breach
Syniverse has revealed to government regulators that it has been the victim of a five-year breach impacting hundreds of customers.
T-Mobile hit with class actions after data breach
A pair of lawsuits have been filed against US telecom T-Mobile following a cyber-attack affecting more than 53m customers and prospective customers.
Brooklyn Tech students uncover data breach
Students at Brooklyn Technical High School unintentionally discovered a data breach within the education department’s Google Drive.