Taken from our latest special issue, Alex Leadbeater, ETSI’s Chair of Cybersecurity discusses their IoT-Security standard
Last updated on August 2nd, 2022 at 08:42 am
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.
There is one thing we learned from the Ukraine war: the Russian army is not nearly as powerful as we believed it was. That goes for their cyberwarfare capabilities as well – find out why in our latest Crucial Tech podcast.
Above strategy, there is something even more fundamental to the way security is carried out in organizations—ideology.
The recent ‘Five Eyes’ cybersecurity advisory underlines current concerns about the possibility of state-sponsored attacks. In particular, the guidance focuses on the risks faced by critical infrastructure providers.
Meta simplifies privacy doc, but your data isn’t safe
The Metaverse is the decentralized web so you keep control of your data…. except for the corporations looking to make sure they control it before
Cyber resilience for transport and logistic supply chains
International Women in Engineering Day focuses attention on the many opportunities for women in engineering – as well as celebrating those paving the way.
The lack of security professionals isn’t because of a lack of affordable training
It’s World Productivity Day, and Cyber Protection Magazine spoke to nine technology experts to get their tips on how to motivate and get the most out of their workforce and help to increase productivity in the cybersecurity industry.
Often, the weakest link in cybersecurity is considered to be people, as 85% of successful cyberattacks involve some form of human element. Employees in accounting are highly vulnerable to these breaches.
The Biden administration warned in May that the freelancer you hired to code may be a North Korean spy. These cyber spies are posing as remote, contract IT workers and infiltrating malware into all forms of networks
Ransomware attackers are reliant on a business’ inability to recover. In this article, Christopher Rogers from Zerto explains what companies can do to prioritize recovery.