Could cyber risk ever get under control? Business response to the cyber security threat As business processes are increasingly digitising, cyber threats pose significant risks to business operations, especially when dealing with third parties and suppliers. The recent cyber attacks Continue reading Third Party & Supply Chain Cyber Security Summit
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By Ian Kilpatrick, Executive Vice-President Cyber Security at Nuvias Group Flickering lightbulbs, scary Barbie dolls, infected computer networks and cities out of action. Could this be the brave new world of the Internet of Things (IoT), if we neglect IoT Continue reading Internet of Things Security – are you failing to prepare?
Author: Etienne Greeff, CTO & Founder of SecureData The aptly named ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack, which brought organisations around the globe to their knees when it first appeared on Friday 12th May, is the latest in an ongoing tidal wave of Continue reading Will WannaCry pave the way for future ransomware attacks?
Jarad Carleton, Principal Consultant, Digital Transformation, Frost & Sullivan The latest report from the Center for Cyber Safety and Education and Executive Women’s Forum on Information Security, Risk Management & Privacy (EWF) on Women in Cybersecurity, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Alta Continue reading Exploring cybersecurity’s diversity problem
DFMag has decided to give away two free passes for talks at the Hack in Paris event taking place this June! To win these two passes, simply DM us on twitter the name of four sponsors of the Hack in Continue reading Hack in Paris Competition
Encryption key management systems are now essential for all companies needing to lockdown data in the cloud, says Matt Landrock, Executive Vice President, Cryptomathic. ‘Trust’ can be both a terrific enabler and a severe inhibitor in cloud services adoption. Keen Continue reading Cloud Encryption: Bring Your Own Key Is No Longer Enough
Recent fines remind bosses not to fall foul of data protection law It’s only £35 per year, but businesses are still failing to register their CCTV systems with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and risking a hefty fine. According to a nationwide CCTV installation and servicing company, there’s no excuse for Continue reading £35 per year – CCTV owners falling foul of ICO registration risk £500,000 fine
Infosecurity Europe is delighted to announce Rt Hon LordSebastian Coe CH KBE, president of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and former chairman of the British Olympic Association, will deliver the show’s final opening keynote presentation on Thursday 8 Continue reading Lord Sebastian Coe Annouced as Guest Keynote Speaker at Infosecurity Europe 2017