Zero trust is a heavily used buzzword. It inspires confidence when it’s used by cyber security and technology experts to imply a completely secure technology environment that protects people, devices and applications – all of the time.
Last updated on October 13th, 2022 at 07:43 am
The recent US national security community memorandum on Cross-Sector Cybersecurity Performance Goals (CPG) addresses risks to the nation and individual entities. This is a starting point to ensure organizations are all starting on the same footing. CISA spells this out on the same page when they describe what the CPGs are.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month is officially over. But that doesn’t mean that cybersecurity awareness has become less important. Here’s our final article on Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
After decades cybercrime moving faster than the rest of the world, there are indications we may be catching up to cybercriminals. This new trend is
Bruce Schneier has an opinon on blockchain
The NIST announcements about 4 algorithm standards to protect against quantum computing hacks had marketing departments go into overdrive. We decided it’s time to start demystifying quantum cryptography.
Taken from our latest special issue, Alex Leadbeater, ETSI’s Chair of Cybersecurity discusses their IoT-Security standard
Even though ransomware attacks declined for the first half of this year, the worst is yet to come, experts say.
Our first printed special edition of Cyber Protection Magazine is here. This time the issue is not only available in digital form, a printed version is also available on the Cloud Expo Europe in Frankfurt. Consequently, we have a few topics we discuss in this issue.
Thanks to Vlad “The Invader” Putin, the EU, UK and US are fast-tracking cyber laws. But some experts think the laws and regulations lack proper incentives beyond fines and prosecution.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month is coming to an end, and with this year’s focus on the human element of cybersecurity, we collected another round of expert commentaries from the industry.
Ransomware has come a long way since it first appeared in 1989, when it was distributed to victims on floppy disks. Today, ransomware is a billion dollar black-market industry, utilising some of the most complex techniques currently available to inflict major damage.
Like a mythical hero battling the multiheaded monster medusa, a CISO today is expected to be a clean-up crew, educator, visionary, and implementer. For those faint of heart, the challenge may be too much, but for a special few, the opportunities to improve organizational security are nearly endless.
As the Western world continues to deal with the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and resultant economic headwinds, cybersecurity is more important than ever. Here is part 4 of our expert commentaries for Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
Continuing our series on thoughts about Cyber Security Awareness month, we have a some practical ideas and more expert quotes from around the industry.
What was intended as a short video byte turned into a longer – and interesting – podcast about modern SOCs. Enjoy our latest video with RIchard Orange from Exabeam.
It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month – still. And we have more quotes from industry experts about cybersecurity awareness.
For people who remember phone books, the DNS ( Domain Name System is the phonebook of the Internet. You just can’t use it to help
There have been numerous cases of identity theft throughout history, some more famous than others. While the techniques have changed throughout time, the truth is there is not much difference.
It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month and we asked around the industry to see what the industry has to say about raising cybersecurity awareness.
With almost $7 billion in claims last year, an industry that is too important to fail is looking to reduce client risk by focusing on the crux of the problem, human error