A collection of articles, interviews and videos focused on helping Information Security Leaders change the security culture within their organisation.

Culture & Education One Year to Go: What Next for UK Firms on the Road to GDPR...

The final countdown has now begun for the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a huge and complex piece of …

Culture & Education How and when should cyber incidents be reported?

Rik Ferguson advises on the requirements and processes for reporting cyber incidents and how jurisdictions come into play. In the UK …

Culture & Education Stormy times ahead for the cloud?

UK organisations are proving more risk averse towards adopting cloud computing than their peers across the globe. While this isn't …

Culture & Education A new way to prove your identity

For a lot of services, online and offline, you need to provide evidence of your identity or your age. It …

Culture & Education Cyber security: whose responsibility is it anyway?

Who should be managing cyber security? In practice it’s often someone in the IT function. But the case for responsibility …

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 …

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 …

Threats Schools warned over ransomware campaign targeting headteachers

Schools have been warned to stay on guard after security experts discovered a new ransomware campaign targeting headteachers. According to …