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How can you have security when you don’t know friend from foe? There is a common scenario beloved by many sci-fi films and programmes; a spaceship crew lands on some new planet that, unbeknownst to them, is crawling with shape-shifting aliens. One of the crew members goes out to look …

All you need to know about the significant attack against the WPA2 protocol. No device connected to the internet could be safe from the wrath of hqackers, with researchers discovering a frightening flaw called KRACK. Detailing the technicalities of the vulnerability, Mathy Vanhoef, the researcher who discovered the flaw, said: …

Simon Jelley, Global General Manager, Backup Exec at Veritas, examines the increasing threat from ransomware and discusses how businesses can best protect themselves. It seems like not a day goes by without news of another ransomware attack. In its 2017 Internet Organised Crime Threat Assessment, Europol reveals that ransomware attacks …

Yet another rival takes offence with some of the claims made by Ellison at this year’s OpenWorld. Oh dear, just days after AWS rubbished Larry Ellison’s price promises following the autonomous database launch, yet another big name rival has taken offence at Ellison’s bold claims and promises. In Ellison’s second …

Dr Mike Lloyd, CTO at RedSeal, looks at why the network is the new battlefront in the war on IoT threats. The Internet of Things (IoT) is already deeply embedded into modern society. It dispenses life-saving medicines, keeps planes in the sky, and ensures our utilities are always available. It …

Paul Moonan, Managing Director at Restore Scan, highlights the key challenges faced by those responsible for implementing GDPR and how outsourcing key functions will not only ensure compliance but could save money. The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), enforceable in the UK from the 25th May 2018, places far greater …

Corey Thomas, the President and CEO of Rapid7, is positive that we can steer out of the dark maze of the current threat landscape, and regain control with a forward thinking approach. Technology is advancing at a blistering pace, on the one hand making this period of our existence tremendously …

Reds under the bed! Fear and paranoia run wild as Kaspersky Lab becomes the first victim of America’s latest witch hunt. In theory, the Cold War ended in 1991, a warming of relations between Russia and the United States of America was to follow – although we know they’ve never …

Prime Minister Theresa May’s fight to take down terror content may have far reaching implications for UK citizens. Theresa May will today tell the United Nations general assembly that tech giants must “go further and faster” in taking down terror content on the internet. The UK prime minister is set …

Dr. Levy believes that cybersecurity fearmongering is seriously endangering organisations, as people are led to believe that they are completely helpless. Peering deep into the dark and dangerous cybersecurity future at the Symantec Crystal Ball event, a formidable panel of industry experts presented their predictions for the next five years. …