Safety, Security, Privacy & Prompts: Cyber Resilience in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
NCC Group releases new whitepaper ‘Safety, Security, Privacy & Prompts: Cyber Resilience in the Age of Artificial Intelligence’ to assist those wishing to better understand how AI applies to cyber security.
NCC Group partners with Empowering You to build powerful communities of female cyber security leaders
NCC Group is continuing its partnership with Empowering You, a unique cross-sector initiative in the UK, backed by industry and government, to help build communities of diverse, authentic, female leaders in digital and cyber security.
News reaction: White House announces AI Cyber Challenge (AIxCC) at Black Hat USA
This week at the Black Hat USA Conference in Las Vegas, the White House announced its AI Cyber Challenge (AIxCC) with the goal of helping fix software vulnerabilities and enhance cyber security using AI.
UK Parliament Committee adopts NCC Group’s recommendations in report on ‘Connected tech: smart or sinister?’
This week, the UK Parliament Culture, Media & Sport Committee shared its final report on ‘Connected tech: smart or sinister?’ which adopted several of NCC Group’s recommendations about the cyber security risks of connected technologies and what can be done to mitigate them. Here, ‘expert witness’ Matt Lewis who helped to shape the report, comments.
News Reaction – Australia seeks views on ‘safe and responsible’ AI regulation
The Australian Government recently launched a public discussion paper looking into how it might regulate AI. Here, Regional Director, Tim Dillon, outlines some of the key points from NCC Group’s submission to the paper.
News reaction: Bank for International Settlements (BIS) publishes Project Polaris outputs focusing on ‘secure and resilient’ CBDC systems
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) recently published outputs from Project Polaris including a security and resilience framework, and Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) threat modelling guidance to support central banks in their CBDC development efforts. Here, Regulatory Compliance Solutions Lead, Wayne Scott, and Deputy Director of Commercial Research, Jon Renshaw, comment.
UK Government publishes regulations that will enact the UK Product Security and Telecoms Infrastructure Act
Last week, the UK Government published the regulations that will enact the UK Product Security and Telecoms Infrastructure Act. Here, Head of Technology, Media and Telecoms, James Williams, shares his thoughts on the new legislative framework with a deadline of 29 April 2024 for compliance.
News reaction: UK Government publishes Wireless Infrastructure Strategy
As the UK Government publishes its Wireless Infrastructure Strategy outlining plans for putting wireless connectivity at the heart of new and existing infrastructure, we take a look at some of the key points of the strategy and share thoughts from James Williams, Head of Technology, Media and Telecommunications, NCC Group.
NCC Group appointed as Authorised Test Laboratory for the GSMA Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS)
We are delighted to announce our recent authorisation by GSMA as the only UK based Security Test Laboratory for the global GSMA Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS).
NCC Group, PSM and University of Oxford team up for cyber security in sport research
NCC Group and Phoenix Sport & Media Group (PSM) have kicked off a new research project, teaming up with The Oxford Researcher Strategy Consultancy (University of Oxford) to delve into the world of cyber security in professional sport.
Welcoming the EU Cyber Resilience Act: a more secure digital future for Europe
Jameson Hyde, Technical Director at NCC Group, shares thoughts on proposals for the EU Cyber Resilience Act and what they mean for the increased security and safety of our connected future.
Connected tech: smart or sinister? UK Parliament Committee invites NCC Group’s Matt Lewis as expert witness
On 11 October, NCC Group Commercial Research Director Matt Lewis gave evidence to the UK Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee about the cyber security risks of connected technologies and what can be done to mitigate them.