Remote working Security for the “new normal”

In the wake of COVID-19, businesses turned to quick-fix, yet unreliable, security solutions to mobilise remote working at speed. Now, …

Malware Viruses are common – but analysts prefer to research back-doors and droppers

Trojans, Backdoors, and Droppers top the list of most-searched malware by security analysts according to research from Kaspersky

Ransomware Building ransomware resilience: preparing for the golden hour

What businesses do the moment ransomware is detected makes a huge difference to the impact the attack can have on …

Third party risk The extended enterprise ecosystem: A growing threat

The benefits of a diverse, interconnected supply chain are compelling. Agility, speed, and cost reduction all weigh on the positive …

Artificial Intelligence AI could help solve the privacy problems it has created

The stunning successes of artificial intelligence would not have happened without the availability of massive amounts of data, whether its …

Artificial Intelligence From robodebt to racism: what can go wrong when governments let algorithms make the...

Algorithmic decision-making has enormous potential to do good. From identifying priority areas for first response after an earthquake hits, to …

Threat intelligence Cyber threat intelligence pays dividends

Research from SANS shows that cyber threat intelligence is increasing in adoption and is proving its worth to a greater …

Insider threat Caring for data in healthcare

Email can be a point of vulnerability in many organisations, but there are techniques that can be used to help …

IAM How identity can help you navigate the impending storm

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, organisations and their employees have had to pivot to a whole new way …

Third party risk The problem with secondary infection – and how this relates to island hopping

Cyber criminals are using vulnerable third parties to target organisations and remote working is making this problem worse.

Risk management Security job number one: Risk dialog with the business

The biggest problem in information security isn’t finding attackers, it isn’t patching systems and it isn’t even stopping phishing attacks. …

Diversity #ShapeTheWorld this International Women in Engineering Day

 2020 is shaping up to be a distinctive and unforgettable year, which is fitting for the Women in Engineering Society’s …