Reports are surfacing that private details, including email addresses, account passwords and IP addresses, of 2.5 million PlayStation and Xbox users have been leaked in a major data breach. The hack breached forums ‘XBOX360 ISO’ and ‘PSP ISO’ in 2015, but details of the Continue reading Private details of 2.5 MILLION PlayStation and Xbox users are leaked in major hack
By Robert Duffner Robert Duffner is Senior Director, Product Marketing, Cloud, at ServiceNow How often does someone from HR, finance, marketing or another business unit come to you with a request to develop a new business application? There’s likely an Continue reading Create a delegated development program for aspiring coders in your organisation
Deep below the part of the internet that most of the public use every day, there exists an anonymous world known as ‘The Dark Web’. The hidden nature of The Dark Web can make it difficult to know exactly what Continue reading The Dark Web explained – what does it mean for online security?
Trustwave has released findings on new vulnerabilities discovered in 31 models of Netgear routers, adding up to a minimum of 10,000 vulnerable devices, but could be as much as possibly over a million. These new vulnerabilities allow an attacker to discover, or Continue reading Vulnerabilities could leave thousands of Netgear routers exposed
Kroll Ontrack, the global provider of ediscovery technologies and services to companies involved in litigation and investigations, predicts a year of change in 2017 as organisations prepare for the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the accelerated adoption of Continue reading Ediscovery trends in 2017: from artificial intelligence to mobile data centres
The security and privacy advice comparison website Comparitech.com is encouraging people that feel helpless in the wake of the Investigatory Powers Act to make their privacy concerns heard this Data Privacy Day on the 28th of January. The Act is supposed Continue reading Comparitech.com urges public to take the power back this Data Privacy Day
By Chris Bedi, CIO, ServiceNow Digital labour can be a game changer. But, so far, we haven’t seen enterprise adoption take off. This will start to change in 2017. Advances in automated bots, machine learning, cognitive computing, and the availability Continue reading Digital Labour – Are you ready?
Bryan Lillie, Chief Technology Officer at QinetiQ explores the current threat of IoT-based cyber-attacks and suggests a novel method that could defend against them By 2020 it is estimated that the global internet of things (IoT) market will have grown Continue reading How artificial intelligence can defend against IoT-based cyber attacks
3rd Annual New Generation Operational Risk 2017 (14-15 March) will bring together industry professionals to provide a platform for discussion, insights and reviewing of the top priorities across the industry. Operational risk is an area that is expanding in focus Continue reading 3rd Annual New Generation Operational Risk 2017
While data breaches destroy customer confidence, impact revenues, attract large regulatory fines and cost C-levels their jobs, 76% of data security professionals believe in the maturity of their data security strategy, according to a new study. Despite heavy investments in Continue reading 93% of companies suffer technical challenges to protect data despite heavy investment in security