Cyber Security

Why cybersecurity success in 2020 depends on the right data

In the 21st century, many of the most renowned stories of business successes and failures boil down to the use of data. Amazon, Google and Facebook all built their names on data, but even non-digital industries are increasingly data-driven. Sports teams now use data to build their squads, help optimise …

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How the GDPR is creating the need for proper cybersecurity

Almost two years after the GDPR came into effect, research published by Computer Disposals Limited still resonates with the current urgency engulfing companies across Europe, with regards to the severe consequences of non-compliance with EU data laws. The study’s results show the number of, amount accrued and reasons for these …

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Security is a process, not a one-time project

By Gerald Beuchelt, CISO of LogMeIn There is no question that digitalisation has brought newfound opportunity to businesses; however, as we are all painfully aware, it has also made them more vulnerable to security risks. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it’s the human factor which is increasingly the weakest link in the security …

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A future without privacy or digital security?

By Tim Mackey, principal security strategist at the Synopsys CyRC (Cybersecurity Research Center) Every so often I’m asked for a prediction. Some glimpse of a possible future from my magic crystal ball. As a cybersecurity person, I tend to look for possible outcomes – and unfortunately, those outcomes aren’t always that positive. …

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Data privacy in the era of the connected car

By Cassandra Moons, Sr. Privacy Legal Counsel and Data Protection Officer at TomTom In a world that is becoming increasingly connected, the way tech companies approach privacy can either earn or lose their customers’ trust. Learn how TomTom approaches privacy in and out of the connected car. Europe’s most influential privacy …

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Data privacy in a post-Brexit world

By Sarah Pearce, Privacy and Cyber Security Partner at international law firm, Paul Hastings Over the past two years, data privacy has become one of the world’s most widely regulated and closely followed areas of the law. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) appeared on the scene in 2018, dramatically …

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The Cybercrime Awareness Clinic: What do micro, small and medium-sized organisations know about cybercrime?

Written by Dr Vasileios Karagiannopoulos, Dr Lisa Sugiura, and Dr Annie Kirby Through our work in the cybercrime awareness clinic we have had the opportunity to interact with many different stakeholders and vulnerable groups in the local community. One of these groups was small and medium organisations. The European Commission has defined …

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Women in Cybersecurity: How we can make a difference

By Lucy Montague of SureCloud Sunday, 8th March marks International Women’s Day – signalling an ideal time for us to take a look at the oft-discussed issue of women in the technology industry – and particularly women working within cybersecurity. Education  It is no secret that women are underrepresented in STEM (science, technology, engineering …

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Unlocking the Business Value of the Cloud

By Marc Woodhead, founder and CEO of cutting-edge software development business, Holograph.  A combination of cost, security and speed create an interesting debate around the cloud. Over the last decade cloud computing has evolved rapidly and now millions of customers are using the cloud without even knowing it. The Appeal …

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