Information Security DNS: a back door into your data?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in just over a year. And with fines of up to …

Information Security FTSE 100 failing the cyber test

They are large organisations and all of them face considerable challenges in keeping their data and IT systems secure. Yet …

News Fake identities and fake opinions

Don't believe everything you read in the newspapers! Author and journalist Edward Lucas has written a fascinating analysis of fake …

Culture & Education Do you trust your bank?

Even Facebook, often perceived as being fairly cavalier with its users’ personal data, is rolling out new security. They probably …

Information Security Does consumer ignorance about GDPR matter?

GDPR is – or should be – a big issue for most organizations in the UK. More stringent privacy requirements …

Culture & Education Navigating the digital age

At the Shard recently, where Greg Day, VP at Palo Alto Networks, was launching a new guide to cyber security: …

Customer experience The importance of usable systems

Unusable systems break cyber security There is nothing new about the need to design systems and processes that people find …

Employee risk The insider threat

Do you need a patch for stupidity? Research into the cause of cyber security breaches almost invariably shows that insiders …

Breach Cyber breach? Leave it to the professionals

Do you know how to respond to a cyber breach? Most organisations in the UK have experienced a cyber security …

Information Security Are you GDPR ready?

GDPR: a lot easier said than done The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into force in …