A wide range of articles, videos and interviews concerning persistent and current threats that organisations face.

Cyber warfare How stable is cyber space right now?

Are we in troubled waters? Uri Rosenthal, Commissioner, Global Commissioner on the Stability of Cyberspace, describes the current state of …

Cyber attack Democracy threatened as voting systems come under attack

A better understanding of cyber security is needed in election supply chains if democracy is to be protected. With Boris …

Hacking A hacker’s advice for introverts working in InfoSec

Eco & Biohacker, Kevin McPeake, offers some useful advice for introverts working in the security industry. He reveals it’s all …

IoT Recognising the need for greater regulation for the IoT

John Grimm, Senior Director of Strategy and Business Development, nCipher Security, says we need to take a proactive approach, creating …

Threats Privacy concerns dominate as FaceApp crosses 100 million installations

A large number of users and security experts from across the world have expressed concern over the privacy policies of …

Phishing Phishing attack targeting financial organisations using SHTML file attachments

Security researchers recently detected and blocked a sophisticated phishing campaign targeting financial institutions that involved the use of SHTML file …

Wannacry Two years after WannaCry, 2,300 NHS computers are still running Windows XP

Jackie Doyle-Price, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health, recently admitted that the NHS is still using …

Threat intelligence Understanding the MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

Richard Cassidy, Sr Director Security Strategy at Exabeam looks at the origins of the MITRE ATT&CK, what the goals of …

Cyber crime Europol: “People need to understand the value of reporting”

“Sophisticated” nation state attacks vs “low-level” cybercrime; which is the more menacing? Steven Wilson, Head of European Crime Centre at …

Cyber crime How is Europol tackling cybercrime?

Steven Wilson, Head of European Crime Centre, Europol, summarises the guidance that Europol offers to organisations to help them protect …

Fake news The 21st Century digital battle: how can we end fake news and who’s responsibility...

David Ingham, Digital Partner, Media & Entertainment, Cognizant discusses the ‘fake news’ phenomenon and, in an era dominated by internet …

Ransomware To pay or not to pay? Ethics and best practices when dealing with ransomware...

Paul Rose, Chief Information Security Officer, Six Degrees, asks the question ‘to pay or not to pay?’, and examines the …