Titania has been announced as a 2017 recipient of the Queen’s Award for Innovation. This is the highest official award that can be given to a UK business and shows significant proof of growth, innovation and success. The brainchild of Continue reading Titania given the Royal seal of approval for cyber intelligence innovation
THE MINISTER for Digital and Culture has offered reassurances over the impact of a data protection law coming into force next year on the use of facial recognition technology for crime-fighting purposes. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is Continue reading Facewatch founder urges government to protect facial recognition as crime-fighting tool
By: Art Swift, President, prpl Foundation The Internet of Things is rapidly turning a new generation of products “smart” by adding computing power, network connectivity and sophisticated software. From cars to routers and drug infusion pumps to drones, they now Continue reading Can IoT security win on all fronts?
June 12 – 13, 2017 Titanic Chaussee Hotel Berlin Security of Things World is the industry event for engaged, high level, international executives from across all sectors that are affected by the need for security of the Internet of Things. Continue reading Security of Things World 2017
16th-17th May 2017 Hosted in London, the Cybersecurity Protecting Critical Infrastructure Conference will provide the ideal platform to bring together government, companies and organisations from the private and public sectors to discuss and share the latest content on Cybersecurity Solutions Continue reading Cybersecurity Protecting Critical Infrastructure Conference
Free training funded by the Government’s National Cyber Security Programme produces 55 industry-ready cyber professionals Students receive Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC) scores, placing them in top 5% of GIAC students worldwide Graduates interviewing with leading organisations including NCA, Fujitsu Continue reading Bartender and others among first Government Cyber Retraining Academy graduates to be snapped up by industry
In light of today’s meeting between the home secretary, Amber Rudd, and tech giants Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter, Please find a comment below on the ongoing efforts to combat terrorism. Comments from Stuart Nash, managing director at www.alchemyglobal.co.uk: “Rapidly Continue reading UK home secretary, Amber Rudd tells tech firms to do more to fight terrorism
The latest research from Kaspersky reveals just how easy and profitable it is to carry out large-scale DDoS, or denial of service, attacks. Running an attack can cost as little as $7 an hour, while inflicting damages ranging from thousands Continue reading Lucrative DDoS attacks leave organisations in no man’s land
Bryan Lillie, CTO of Cyber, QinetiQ When one compares cyber security today to what it was ten years ago, the two are almost unidentifiable as the same industry. The iPhone had only just launched; Facebook was still in it’s infancy; Continue reading Defending the Business: Creating a Cyber Security Ecosystem
Author: Etienne Greeff, CTO & Founder of SecureData Earlier this month, it was revealed that UK unemployment is at its lowest level since 1975. The jobless rate of 4.7% makes for encouraging reading, but in a report published in the Continue reading Are MSSP’s the Solution to the Cybersecurity Skills Shortage?