Information Security Israel, entrepreneurship and cyber security: a recipe for success? 

Liron Barak, CEO and co-founder of BitDam, discusses why Israel’s cybersecurity sector has grown so rapidly and how the market …

News State cyber-attack poses big danger for UK banks, says Bank of England

A state-backed cyber-attack could secretly corrupt the records of British financial institutions over a period of months, posing a risk …

Podcast What can we learn from the way ‘national security’ government organisations buy security?

What can we learn from the way 'national security' government organisations think about and buy security? This week I’ll be …

Podcast Why geopolitics matter to our cyber security

This week we talk with Chris Day, Cyxtera’s Chief Cybersecurity Officer, about the importance of studying geopolitical events in this …

Threats Is Not Petya’s successor ready for attack?

ESET researchers reveal a successor to the feared BlackEnergy APT group  - in the footsteps of a feared threat actor, …

Culture & Education How can cyber security be an opportunity for developing countries?

Whilst we hear a great deal about cyber security in the UK, Israel and USA, we tend to hear less …

Podcast What can we learn from E-Stonia?

Estonia's e-revolution began in the 1990's, not long after independence from the Soviet Union. However the massive cyber breach of …

Threats Protecting cyber space: whose responsibility is it?

As part of our cyber wafare focus at TEISS, we speak with Jonathan Luff, Co-Founder of CyLon, the world’s leading cyber security …

Cyber warfare David Martinon, French Ambassador for Digital Affairs on how to demotivate attackers

Warfare, after land, sea, air and space, has entered the fifth domain: cyberspace. Cyber warfare is, undeniably, a reality. Yet, …