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Cybersecurity: The importance of protecting data at rest with VxWorks

Cybersecurity: The importance of protecting data at rest with VxWorks
Cast your minds back a few months ago, Equifax had a data breach that exposed to hackers the names, social security numbers, credit card numbers, driver’s license numbers, and other sensitive personal information which resulted in a total of 145.5 million consumers impacted by this cyber security breach after the forensic investigation concluded. Guest blog written by Ka Kay Achacoso.
20th November 2017

You can’t steal a key that isn’t there

You can’t steal a key that isn’t there
The security market and its needs have evolved, and security attacks have become more sophisticated over time. The requirements placed on the market to stay ahead of the hackers has also increased significantly as everything around us has become more connected.
20th November 2017

Mobile solutions for friendlier yet secure border control

Mobile solutions for friendlier yet secure border control
  Across the Member States, border control authorities are hard-pressed to both enforce security and facilitate mobility within the EU. Advanced mobile solutions are slated to help facilitate non-intrusive border crossing for legitimate travellers while guarding against illegal and threatening cross-border activities.
17th November 2017


WiFi - the most important communications platform

WiFi - the most important communications platform
  Richard Edgar, Director of Communications, Ensigma, from Imagination Technologies has commented on the recent news of the WiFi Krack vulnerability.
16th November 2017

Sith spam bots... “I have a bad feeling about this”

Sith spam bots... “I have a bad feeling about this”
  As the month of December draws ever closer, the online excitement is at an all time high for Star Wars fanatics. The latest installment of the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is to be released on 15th December. With the internet abuzz about recent trailers, looming figures appearing in posters and spoilers in beer glasses, it looks like no one is immune to Star Wars fever, not even cyber-criminals.
16th November 2017

Calling time on insecure connected toys

Calling time on insecure connected toys
In a statement released today, independent consumer body Which? has called for all insecure connected toys to be removed from sale immediately. Which? has expressed its frustration with toy manufacturers that have failed to address vulnerabilities highlighted by researchers, in internet or Bluetooth connected products and believe that enough is enough. 
14th November 2017

'Virtual wall' improves wireless security and performance

'Virtual wall' improves wireless security and performance
Fed up of poor WiFi signal? A team of researchers led by Dartmouth College may have finally solved the problem of how to inexpensively improve wireless signal strength for indoor spaces with multiple rooms. The same technology for enhancing office and home WiFi signals can also be used to strengthen wireless security. The research, presented on 8th November at ACM's BuildSys 2017 in Delft, Netherlands, relies on 3D printing to produce a cheap, customised reflector that directs wireless signals to where users need them most.
9th November 2017

Black Duck acquisition to strengthen Synopsys

Black Duck acquisition to strengthen Synopsys
Synopsys and Black Duck Software have signed a definitive agreement for Synopsys to acquire privately held Black Duck, provider of automated solutions for securing and managing open source software. The addition of Black Duck's Software Composition Analysis solution will enhance Synopsys' efforts in the software security market by broadening its product offering and expanding its customer reach.
7th November 2017

Registrations on the up for youth cyber security competition

Registrations on the up for youth cyber security competition
Global security company, Northrop Grumman, has launched this year’s CyberCenturion, the UK’s national youth cyber defence competition for 12-18 year olds. A record 575 teams, made up of more 2,500 students, including 116 all-female and 45 cadet teams from across the country have registered to participate, marking a more than threefold increase over last year. This is the fourth consecutive year the CyberCenturion competition has been held.
6th November 2017

How would your company respond to a cyber ransom attack?

How would your company respond to a cyber ransom attack?
After three years of development, Anquan has launched the CAST (Cyber Attack Survival Training) platform. CAST provides a new concept and approach to address the critical lack of cyber awareness at an executive level within organisations. It exploits immersive educational, exercise and planning techniques and each simulation is delivered by a team of subject matter experts drawn from across government and the commercial sector.
6th November 2017


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Cyber Security - Oil, Gas, Power 2017
29th November 2017
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