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30 Minutes webinar series: 2030: What does the future hold for cyber security?

30 Minutes webinar series: 2030: What does the future hold for cyber security?

News   •   May 22, 2020 11:21 BST

Following last week’s webinar, ‘The year is 2030: what has changed in cyber?’, our global CTO, Ollie Whitehouse, offers some insights into what cyber resilience could look like in 10 years’ time.

Cyber Essentials: Helping our customers to build solid security foundations remotely

Cyber Essentials: Helping our customers to build solid security foundations remotely

News   •   May 13, 2020 14:05 BST

We’re constantly looking for new ways to support our customers through this period and beyond, and delivering our Cyber Essentials services remotely is one part of this. Our global head of Managed Vulnerability Security Services (MVSS), Thomas McDonald, gives us more details on how businesses can continue with their Cyber Essentials assessments.

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What does the future hold?

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What does the future hold?

News   •   Mar 31, 2020 17:08 BST

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we hosted a panel with some of our global colleagues to delve into their experiences of being a woman in the tech industry, and how we can inspire the next generation to pursue a career in tech. In the final article of the series, our panellists explore what the future holds.

Executive Committee on International Women's Day: Adam Palser

Executive Committee on International Women's Day: Adam Palser

News   •   Mar 31, 2020 15:53 BST

Throughout March, our Executive Committee will be answering questions on what International Women’s Day means to them, what makes a brilliant leader, and what we can do as an industry to support the next generation of women.

2020s and beyond: what does the future hold for global cyber legislation?

2020s and beyond: what does the future hold for global cyber legislation?

News   •   Mar 31, 2020 15:51 BST

How will cyber legislation change in the next decade? Kat Sommer, our head of public affairs, explores why collaboration matters when it comes to the future of cyber security law around the world.

Executive Committee on International Women's Day: Erik Ploegmakers

Executive Committee on International Women's Day: Erik Ploegmakers

News   •   Mar 31, 2020 11:56 BST

Throughout March, our Executive Committee will be answering questions on what International Women’s Day means to them, what makes a brilliant leader, and what we can do as an industry to support the next generation of women.

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What does being a ‘woman in tech’ mean?

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What does being a ‘woman in tech’ mean?

News   •   Mar 30, 2020 16:23 BST

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we hosted a panel with some of our global colleagues to delve into their experiences of being a woman in the tech industry, and how we can inspire the next generation to pursue a career in tech.  

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?

News   •   Mar 27, 2020 13:03 GMT

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we hosted a panel with some of our global colleagues to delve into their experiences of being a woman in the tech industry, and how we can inspire the next generation to pursue a career in tech.

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What is it like being part of the tech industry today?

IWD breaching the barriers panel: What is it like being part of the tech industry today?

News   •   Mar 24, 2020 16:43 GMT

In the lead up to International Women’s Day, we hosted a panel with some of our global colleagues to delve into their experiences of being a woman in the tech industry, and how we can inspire the next generation to pursue a career in tech.

Turning the cyber spotlight on the senior leadership team

Turning the cyber spotlight on the senior leadership team

News   •   Jan 08, 2020 13:56 GMT

​Cyber Security is often likened to a stool, with the three legs representing people, processes and technology. In business and the public sector, creating the right balance of investment between these three vital components is the greatest challenge faced by cyber security decision makers today.

Cyber security, online harms and new technologies in the UK political parties’ manifestos

Cyber security, online harms and new technologies in the UK political parties’ manifestos

News   •   Nov 30, 2019 17:19 GMT

We’ve taken a look at the manifestos of the nationally significant UK political parties contesting the 2019 General Election to understand their commitment to cyber security.

The do’s and don’ts of cyber security insurance

The do’s and don’ts of cyber security insurance

News   •   Nov 27, 2019 23:37 GMT

Cyber security does not exist for its own sake; it’s ultimate aim is to help businesses manage risk. Risk Management 101 tells us there are four possible ways to respond to a risk.

Security impact of IoT on the Enterprise

Security impact of IoT on the Enterprise

News   •   Nov 27, 2019 23:04 GMT

The way we use technology is becoming more integrated in all aspects of our daily lives and is steadily integrating within the enterprise environment. A core concern for businesses is therefore the risk of introducing Internet of Things (IoT) devices to the enterprise.

Cyber crime prevention has improved but co-operation is necessary to maintain momentum

Cyber crime prevention has improved but co-operation is necessary to maintain momentum

News   •   Oct 25, 2019 22:47 BST

Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) has released its ‘Cyber: Keep the light on’ report, which assesses police forces’ effectiveness in tackling cyber-dependent crime.

Disperse the fear, uncertainty and doubt and take charge of your cyber risk

Disperse the fear, uncertainty and doubt and take charge of your cyber risk

News   •   Oct 21, 2019 23:30 BST

Is the cyber security threat landscape based on fact or fiction? It’s just one question we posed to our own security experts Tim Anderson and Graham McElroy as we chatted to them to find out more about their thoughts on how organisations can reduce their cyber risk.

Outsourcing global cyber norms

Outsourcing global cyber norms

News   •   Sep 20, 2019 22:01 BST

Making cyberspace safe and secure on a global scale has long been on the agenda for the public and private sectors alike. So far, the responsibility for delivering this has mostly sat with governments, with the expectation being that organisations will comply with regulations that have been put in place by the state.

Staying secure in a changing agricultural landscape

Staying secure in a changing agricultural landscape

News   •   Sep 05, 2019 22:06 BST

​Agriculture is essential for modern society. Arguably, it has never been more important – with climate change, population growth, demographic changes, and water scarcity, it’s vital that the food industry adapts and adopts technology to meet the growing demands on the food supply chain and network.

Risky business: How better cyber security can future proof your business

Risky business: How better cyber security can future proof your business

News   •   Jul 25, 2019 22:36 BST

​With cyber threats now more ubiquitous than ever, investing in cyber security is crucial in order to protect both businesses and customers. This does not just mean investing in technology, but also in the people and processes that drive this forward and this must be appropriately planned, designed and implemented.

Black Team War Stories Part 4 (final): Textbook

Black Team War Stories Part 4 (final): Textbook

News   •   Jul 22, 2019 22:43 BST

In the final part of this Black Team war stories series Mark F explains how we were approached by a multinational R&D company, which returns a profit of billions per year. Their primary concern was unauthorised access to their laboratories and the reputational damage that could potentially be caused if members of the public broke in.

Don’t be driven by the fines of others

Don’t be driven by the fines of others

News   •   Jul 17, 2019 21:36 BST

​The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was implemented in May last year. Despite a lot of talk around the high level of fines associated with the new legislation, there were not record numbers of penalties issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) under the new data protection regime – in fact, just over 90 fines were issued in the following twelve months