All Eyes on Critical Infrastructure as Authorities Call for Greater Cyber Resilience

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.

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Colonial Pipeline: One year on from the ransomware attack that shocked the world

One year ago Colonial Pipeline – the largest fuel pipeline in the US – suffered a ransomware attack. Cyber Protection Magazine speaks to three cybersecurity experts to learn what organisations can still do to prevent themselves from becoming the next victim.

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Special: Data Privacy Day

With the Data Privacy Day and the data privacy week, the end of January has a particular focus on protecting data. In our special on data privacy, read expert commentary, but also useful knowledge about how your personal data is being used – data collection is not always evil.

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5 Tips for Industrial IoT Security to Defend Against Cyberattacks

Ransomware is giving way to the even higher stakes of killware for critical infrastructure. Hits on industrial IoT in critical infrastructures are becoming less about money and more about control and causing as much damage as possible.

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More Predictions on Cybersecurity in 2022 – Part 3

Our next article on what’s in store for 2022 – we saw some spectacular attacks in 2021. Will the coming year be worse? Read what experts think is coming from the dark side of the internet.

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The changing world of cybersecurity: expected trends in the world of cyber for 2022

The year is almost over – reason enough for us to take a look at what’s ahead. This is the first in a series of predictions from cybersecurity experts of what we can expect in 2022. But beware: Predictions are difficult, especially about the future!

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