Cyber security Where should accountability for OT security fall within an organisation?

In today’s connected world everything, from power grids and public transport to manufacturing and logistics, has had an upgrade to …

Remote working Remote cyber security: Profiling the five types of user

The UK’s workforce has been working from home, where possible, for over two months now. And whilst the lockdown restrictions …

Phishing How phishing attacks target remote workers

Unfortunately, as employees adapt to the huge changes brought on by COVID-19 and social distancing, there are those who have …

Resilience Why hackers’ old habits die hard

Remember HeartBleed – a security bug in the OpenSSL cryptography library that affected half a million sites in 2014? Six …

Vulnerability Best practices for gaining altitude on vulnerability management mountain

The third article in this Vulnerability Management series from Lamar Bailey, senior director of security research at Tripwire, explores how …

Resilience Cyber resilience during (and after) COVID-19

COVID-19 remains a grave threat, but governments, businesses and people around the world have demonstrated how resilient they are. As …

Remote working Security short cuts need long-term strategies

The explosion in people working from home in the last few months has been phenomenal. Research from the ONS reveals …

GDPR The uphill struggle facing many DPOs in the fight for effective data protection

The arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in 2018 saw the creation of a new position in many …

Cyber security Identity as an enabler: How can security teams shift their reputation?

For many, digital transformation has been little more than a buzzword that is thrown around, never really materialising into change …

Data privacy The EU’s proposed ban on facial recognition in the new COVID-19 world – finding...

At the start of 2020, the European Commission was seriously considering the ban of facial recognition technology in public spaces, …

Cyber security Cyber security: It’s everyone’s job

The notion of constructing a strong security culture within and throughout any one organisation has been advocated for time and …

Cyber crime Navigating COVID-19’s shifting security landscape

As COVID-19 drives a higher volume of transactions online, the dance between cyber-criminals and security professionals has stepped up a …