Cyber security is too often regarded as an expensive extra. It shouldn't be and doesn't have to be.
Hype for the new Star Wars movie has reached fever pitch and with advance cinema tickets being made available for sale online, fans could fall victim to the dark side of cybersecurity: scammers and cybercriminals often capitalise on new trends to find victims so fans need to be vigilant.
Botnets have been in the news a lot recently following the DDOS attacks on Dyn and the growing concern over the vulnerability of IoT devices.
We know that cyber security doesn’t need to be something to be feared but rather something to be embraced.
With Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Christmas just around the corner, the annual Phishing season is well underway.
As the end of 2016 approaches, we enter the period when security vendors publish their predictions for what cyber threats may emerge in 2017.
News emerged last week that a virus had infected the network of the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundations Trust (NLAG), forcing it to shut down computers in two hospitals and cancel operations across Lincolnshire. Why is the Healthcare sector targeted?
Even though Britain is set to leave the European Union following the Brexit vote, British businesses will still have to adopt the new EU General Data Protection Regulation when it comes into force in May 2018.
Several big name organisations have suffered from cyber security nightmares this year with most of those affected suffering a substantial knock to their reputations and finances.
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