The past year has presented challenge after challenge for corporate IT teams. Managing the forced office exodus caused by the pandemic was no small feat, and that was just the beginning, with the subsequent emergence of a plethora of security threats representing one of the biggest challenges to business continuity most organisations have ever encountered.
Cost, People and Process Concerns Exist, But the Benefits of Moving to the Cloud, Such as Easier and More Secure Data Access, Are Too Good for Most Enterprises to Pass Up
Cybersecurity deception technology start-up seedata.io raised £120,000 pre-seed funding from Antler, a global early-stage VC.
Pierre Delcher, senior security researcher at Kaspersky’s Global Research and Analysis Team (GReAT) on the issues in battling cybercrime and a plan of what we should do to finally start winning this fight
Most enterprise security teams are already drowning in a sea of sensor and scanner data that needs to be manually correlated, analysed, and interpreted. No easy task when you take into account the growing volumes of vulnerability data and the increasing complexity of today’s enterprise IT environments.
Matt Holland, CISO at seedata.io, looks at how organisations can identify cybersecurity blindspots and monitor them
When one method of attack is thwarted, cybercriminals won’t simply give up—instead, they will look for another way in.
For Data Protection Day 2021, we hear from a number of experts in IT and cybersecurity, who offer their commentary on the best ways to maintain data protection and privacy.
Tim Bandos, CISO at Digital Guardian, looks at the rise of a new kind of ransomware and how best to counter its threat
Sneakerbots, the automated tools used to buy products online before anyone else, are becoming all-purpose “sniperbots”. Desperate action is needed, says Andy Still of Netacea
For MSPs focused on providing cybersecurity services to the SME market, success depends on establishing a best practice approach. In doing so, they should focus on these key areas.
Gregg Lalle, SVP, International Sales and Strategy at ConnectWise, looks at the priorities for business to succeed with remote or hybrid workforces.
Even short periods of downtime can be devastating for online stores. Hackers can do a lot of damage to a website: sales and profit lost, increased chargeback costs, ransom payments etc. Fortunately, business owners can protect their websites from hacking and the catastrophic consequences of a DDoS attack.
Tim Bandos, CISO, Digital Guardian, talks to us about the security risks faced by businesses when using USB storage.
Elena Molchanova, Head of Security Awareness Marketing at Kaspersky, discusses how security awareness is developing with modern-day needs and risks.
By leveraging Kenna Security capabilities, VMware Carbon Black is able to provide an elegant solution to a long-standing challenge in enterprise cybersecurity.
This year’s Cyber Security Awareness Month focuses on the human element of the conversation, with the theme being ‘Do your part. #BeCyberSmart’.
Anurag Kahol, CTO at Bitglass, investigates the ‘people perimeter’ within workplace IT security and why our existing technologies are not designed with the cloud era in mind.
Three simple ways to screen customers to prevent getting a string of losses in the rush for expansion.
Andy Still, CTO at Netacea reveals why sports betting is the prime target for cyber-criminals and how they take advantage of the system to exploit bookmakers.