Cyber Security

The Hackers Are In! Now What?

By Dave Klein, vice president of cybersecurity at Guardicore. Organisations are being hacked. Breaches hit the news almost weekly. The cause isn’t usually a lack of security. It’s an investment in the wrong security. Often there’s an over-reliance on perimeter solutions, especially firewalls. Organisations need to change where and how …

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Cyber Security

Big Questions about Big Data

By Darren Hockley is MD of eLearning provider, DeltaNet International It can be hard to understand exactly what ‘Big Data’ is since the term, by definition, refers to very complex data sets so vast in scope that traditional data systems (e.g. data warehouses and databases) fail to support it.   …

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Privacy
Cyber Security

Let’s Talk About Sec

By Dena DeAngelo, Contrast Security Not if, but when… The sad reality is that experiencing a security breach is no longer a matter of if, but when. Yet, when it comes to creating the requisite security safeguards, achieving meaningful engagement and ultimately buy-in from the Board of Directors can be …

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Cyber Security

Banking Trojans and Mobile Malware ranked top security concerns for the Financial Services Industry in 2020

Banking Trojans and Mobile Malware ranked top security concerns for the Financial Services Industry in 2020 Shortage of skills and high volume of threat alerts pose biggest challenges to cybersecurity programmes Preventing fraud and data leaks are key security priorities The Banking and Financial Services sector is struggling with a skills …

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Cyber Security

The importance of storing data closer to home

By Peter Day, Head of Privacy and Security at Mixpanel There are three key components when we talk about the concept of privacy: Laws, customs and expectations. The importance of each part of this trifecta will vary across geographic regions, generations, and groups. But in order to meet these diverse …

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Cyber Security

Avoid giving cybercriminals your data this season

By Alun Baker, CEO of Clario Tech Ltd. As shoppers increase their spending on Christmas presents and hit the January sales, festive shopping can be a risky activity. Financial transactions are the most common attack point for cybercriminals. Cybercriminals are increasingly using mobile to ply their trade, as evidenced by …

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