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2020 cyber security predictions

2020 cyber security predictions
Josh Lemos, VP of Research & Intelligence at BlackBerry Cylance has taken a look at the industry and given some predictions on certain trends including; uncommon attack techniques will emerge in common software – especially Steganography, the changing network topologies will challenge traditional assumptions, and require new security models, state-sponsored cyber groups are the new proxy for international relations and finally the year of convergence: smart technology use will force the cyber and physical worlds to come together.
11th December 2019

How to manage your password like a CISO

How to manage your password like a CISO
Over the past decade, we have done the absolute most when it comes to passwords. We have written love letters, pontificated on strategies, and even offered tips on how to teach your mother the tricks of the trade. And it makes sense that we have done so much when it comes to our numeric and unique character friends. Once a password is compromised, the flood gates are open.
11th December 2019

Highlighting the need for greater cyber security

Highlighting the need for greater cyber security
A critical guide has called for effective cyber security lifecycle management of IoT devices to improve the security of retail systems and the protection of customer data in stringent GDPR era. Axis Communications, has published its latest whitepaper, ‘Cyber security: the biggest threat to retail’ which highlights the increasing threat posed by cyber attacks to today’s retail industry. 
11th December 2019


Secure industrial operations helped by earning new certifications

Secure industrial operations helped by earning new certifications
Rockwell Automation continues to add to its list of achievements in industrial cyber security to help industrial companies focus more on transforming their business and worry less about potential cyber security risks. The company recently received ISA/IEC 62443-2-4 certification, which defines security requirements for service providers.
5th December 2019

Three quarters of consumers worried about internet privacy

Three quarters of consumers worried about internet privacy
Cyber security provider F-Secure and broadband networking solutions provider Zyxel are taking their cooperation to the next level by offering F-Secure SENSE connected home security to deliver fast, secure WiFi that protects against the growing number of threats targeting connected home devices.
5th December 2019

Updatable security for long life Industry 4.0 and ICT systems

Updatable security for long life Industry 4.0 and ICT systems
Connected machines and ICT systems require security mechanisms that are particularly robust and remain so for the long life common with industrial hardware. Withstanding attacks over the long term means keeping the protections at the through updates. Researching and assessing such updatable security mechanisms was the objective of the joint ALESSIO project. 
4th December 2019

All-in-one smart home alarm launched in the UK

All-in-one smart home alarm launched in the UK
  Swedish smart home technology specialists Minut, led by former senior executives at Apple and Google, has announced the availability of its easy to install, all-in-one wireless smart home alarm in the UK. The Minut alarm will be distributed in the UK by smart home specialists Thames Distribution and is available from Minut.com and Amazon UK for £129.
3rd December 2019

Winbond and Karamba Security partner for embedded cyber security

Winbond and Karamba Security partner for embedded cyber security
Karamba Security has announced a collaboration with Winbond Electronics Corporation to enhance embedded software security in automotive and other connected industries. OEMs and tier ones use Karamba’s embedded cyber security solutions for connected systems to protect their software and reduce vulnerability exposures.
2nd December 2019

Construction firms increase 2019 cyber security investment by 188%

Construction firms increase 2019 cyber security investment by 188%
The prevalence and severity of cyber attacks/breaches has damningly increased over the last few years. This year alone (2019), 55% of UK firms have already faced a cyber-attack and losses from breaches have accounted to a shocking £176,000 on average, according to statistics from insurance provider Hiscox.
29th November 2019

Top ten GDPR breaches in 2019 cause €402.6m fines

Top ten GDPR breaches in 2019 cause €402.6m fines
Enormous fines imposed for data breaches in 2019 prove that regulators have become severe about penalising companies and organisations that don't adequately protect consumer information. According to PreciseSecurity.com research, the ten most significant GDPR breaches in 2019 have caused €402.6 million fines in total. The three highest data breach penalties in 2019 make nearly 90% of this sizeable amount. 
28th November 2019


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