Insider threat Book extract: Where does the human cyber security threat lie?

Organisations need to look wider than hackers and disaffected employees if they are to manage cyber security effectively. In this …

Board level How “embarrassment” can improve your cyber security, from the top down!

Don’t let a little personal embarrassment get in the way of leading by example. Your people are always watching to …

Board level Book extract: Why top management must address cyber security

Directors and top management have a key role in ensuring that cyber security is addressed as a strategic issue by …

Leadership How can you develop a World Cup winning cyber team?

The World Cup has kicked off in spectacular fashion, and the parallels between the tactical to and fro on the …

Access Management Why there should be pre-emptive ethics training for privileged users

Elevated privileges demand elevated accountability. I recommend pre-empting the inevitable problem of admin credentials misuse by training users that they’re …

Board level What are the key cyber security issues to consider in the boardroom?

What are the key cyber security issues executives must consider in the boardroom? TEISS guest blogger Martin Ewings, Director of …

Women in technology “We cannot become Luddites” – Martha Lane Fox

Last week was a busy week in the land of cyber security which saw a successful Infosecurity Europe 2018 come and …

GDPR Data subject rights under GDPR: What we know, don’t know, and must do

Members of the International Information System Security Certification Consortium 's advisory council on GDPR give a reasoned and pragmatic explanation of the …

Culture & Education A revolution in cyber security learning

In between sessions at the Forbes CIO Summit Europe event in London last month, I interviewed Mike Feerick (pictured with me above), …

Culture & Education Video interview with Mike Feerick, CEO of Alison on cyber learning

"Part of the problem of cyber security is not cyber security - it's about creating a culture of online learning …

Human factor People cannot be left out of the cyber-security equation

Employees must think of hackers as very malicious marketers and need to take all the necessary precautions (strong passwords, safety …

Culture & Education How can organisations remain secure in a perimeterless world?

Duo Security's Head of Technology Partnerships, Ruoting Sun, talks to TEISS about how organisations can remain secure when the notion …