Artificial Intelligence Europe must act fast if it wants to compete in the AI ‘arms race’

At the start of the year, Brexit and the fast-approaching US presidential election were dominating the media agenda. In more …

Apps UK fears cyber criminals will use NHSX COVID-19 tracing app to launch cyber attacks

Nearly half (48%) of the UK public surveyed about the NHSX COVID-19 tracing app do not trust the UK government …

GDPR Is it time to re-evaluate the effectiveness of GDPR?

Since the passing of the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) two years ago, you will certainly have noticed the …

Trust With so many remote workers, now is the time to empathise!

Imagine that all of a sudden, a situation you were used to, changed without you having any control over it. …

Cyber security How to weave cyber security into the fabric of the business

In the last few decades, a significant shift in corporate hierarchies fundamentally altered how organisations operate. This restructuring began within …

Women in technology The lack of women in cyber security leaves the online world at greater risk

Women are highly underrepresented in the field of cybersecurity. In 2017, women’s share in the U.S. cybersecurity field was 14%, compared …

Cyber security UK businesses quick to spot cyber breaches but failing to stop cyber attacks

Inconsistent cyber defences mean less than a fifth of UK organisations are effectively stopping cyber attacks Hackers are having more …

Remote working Tips for organisations making the “bring your workplace to your own device” transition

The last few weeks have been a sheer IT (and IT security) nightmare for most organisations around the world. Overnight …

GDPR Two years on: GDPR brings stability during the crisis

Despite only two years passing since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in the EU, the world …

Mental health Mental Health Awareness Week: How can security pros reduce burnout?

Running since 2001, Mental Health Awareness Week is the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health, promoting the …

Cyber security The Quick and the Dead: Future-Proofing SecOps

The quick and the dead is an English phrase from William Tyndale’s translation of the New Testament. The word quick, …

Cyber security 94% of cybersecurity professionals more concerned about security in wake of COVID-19

According to the survey, 94% of cybersecurity professionals are more concerned about security now than before the COVID-19 pandemic. In …