Generative AI tools are a blessing and a curse, but cybersecurity may lead to reason
Generative AI is generating press describing it as a blessing or a curse, perhaps both. Cooler heads, however, are finding balance and benefit, especially in the cybersecurity field.
Equity equals action this International Women’s Day
Women account for just a quarter of cybersecurity jobs globally. While this figure has come on leaps and bounds over the past decade (rising from
Quantum Computing: the next big thing or science fiction?
It seems like quantum computing is the core fusion of the tech industry: it’s always only a few years away – but is it? We interviewed Matt Campagna, Chairman of ETSI’s Quantum Safe Cryptography group.
Cost of Cybercrime: Addressing Tight Budgets and an increasing Skills Gap
2023 will be another challenging year for organizations as cyberthreats continue to dominate headlines. On top of a more complex threat landscape, organizations are now having to navigate uncertainties around budget restrictions as the c-suite focuses on cutting what they perceive as non-essential costs.
Safer Internet Day 2023: It’s a dangerous business, going online
This year, February 7th marks the 20th Safer Internet Day – we’ve collected quotes from around the industry to answer one question: How can users stay safe online?
Data Protection Day 2023: A Priority Not An Option
Data Protection Day serves as a stark reminder to companies to review their data security systems and look for ways to evolve, become more resilient, and, ultimately, build trusting relationships with their customers.
Bruce Schneier on the Crypto/Blockchain Disaster
Bruce Schneier has an opinon on blockchain
Demystifying Quantum Cryptography
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.
The Security Standard to rule them all
Taken from our latest special issue, Alex Leadbeater, ETSI’s Chair of Cybersecurity discusses their IoT-Security standard
Ransomware: The Worst is Yet to Come
Even though ransomware attacks declined for the first half of this year, the worst is yet to come, experts say.
Cyber Protection Magazine: Cloud Expo Issue
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.
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Playing it Safe in the Metaverse: Cyber Security Challenges in VR
Organisations looking to dip their toe into the potentially vast and still developing landscape of the “metaverse” will need to navigate some tricky real-world cyber security challenges on the horizon.
Getting ahead of NIS2: Prepare your organization and avoid the consequences.
The NIS2 directive is designed to establish a ‘common level’ of cyber security across Europe, responding to the growing threats and the increasing number of cyberattacks. Here’s how to get ready.
Automotive security: Digital hijacking of cars is far from reality
In the past two decades, we have heard stories about how researchers have “discovered” security flaws in cars
Ransomware Recovery: Why a multi-layered approach should be a priority
In order to strengthen cybersecurity and reduce business risk, organisations must employ a multi-layered data protection approach to ensure resiliency and recoverability at any point of the data lifecycle.
Diversity and opportunity in cyber, with Rockwell’s Nicole Darden Ford
The technology industry is notorious for it’s lack of diversity. A November report from job-search company, Zippia pointed out that while the industry employs less
Supply Chain Cybersecurity Will Be a Leading Concern in 2023
Supply chains across industries continue to face challenges as we enter 2023, The sector has already been crippled and it has little room for additional burdens.
Putting proactive API security first
Cyberattacks are becoming more frequent and more harmful, particularly when it comes to APIs. However, with the right knowledge and tools, organisations can be in a good position to defeat them before they happen.
Video Byte: Expert Predictions for 2023 – Part 2
As the year is slowly coming to an end, we’re consulting our crystal ball to see what’s ahead. Well, not exactly our crystal balls, instead we asked experts from around the cybersecurity industry to share their predictions for the upcoming year.
4 Cybersecurity Tips You Should Follow If You Work From Home
Many people continue to work from home despite the reopening of offices after the pandemic subsided. While working from home comes with a dilemma: cybersecurity risks.
Video Byte: Experts Predictions for 2023 – Part 1
Following our article on what we can expect in the world of cybersecurity in 2023, we’ve asked more industry experts to take a look into
Exploring DRM as an Industry Standard Security Addition to File Transfers
With the rise of remote working, sharing sensitive files is now taken for granted. But embracing this collaborative approach comes with increasing concerns regarding the security of our file transfers.