Our own Lee Munson goes head-to-head with SE Labs Director Simon Edwards to make the case for and against the use of password managers
CEO Fraud is on the rise and the costs to businesses can be huge. So what is it, and what can you do to prevent it happening to you?
Ransomware – what is it, how has it evolved and how can you protect your computer and data from it?
If you keep up with cyber security news you’ve likely seen much mentioned about DoS and DDoS attacks, but what do those letters mean and what is the difference between the two?
My prediction is that 2016 will see a new IT security paradigm take hold, one based on viewing and designing the Internal Network as a hostile environment. This model will be based on an “Assume Breach” assumption and IT Security focus will move back from the perimeter to the internal network.
This week’s news highlights the need to educate people on security basics, how to avoid scams and the potential issues surrounding Smart TVs and other IoT devices.
The festive season always appears to encourage scammers and spammers and a great interactive map from Norse Corp may just start showing an uptick in attacks soon to reflect that. Meanwhile, a Kickstarter project and Amazon highlight how account security is as important as ever while offering a way to bolster yours.
After a couple of weeks dominated by TalkTalk and other breaches it refreshing to see a slight shift in focus among those commenting on the security industry. This week’s roundup therefore focuses on the Internet of Things, spearphishing, how bad news (or lack thereof) can affect stock prices and why InfoSec professionals should maybe dread Fridays more than Mondays.
Data breaches come in many different forms and sizes. Not all are a result of malicous hackers, but each can be just as devastating when victims’ personal information falls into the wrong hands.
With the continual evolution of the internet and the devices that connect to it, there was a certain inevitability about the amalgamation of the two. Named the ‘Internet of Things,’ that coming together has opened up a whole new world of possibilities. But have manufacturers fully grasped the concepts of security and privacy surrounding this proliferation of web-enabled devices?