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Veeam and Zadara: Increasing your ransomware resiliency

In this session, Dave Russell from Veeam and Steve Costigan from Zadara discuss what ‘Ransomware Resiliency’ means for your...

Vermont’s National Railroad Passenger Corporation confirms data breach

The National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak) in Vermont has disclosed a data breach that may have resulted in the compromise of customer personally identifiable information (PII). The data breach was discovered on April 16, 2020. In a letter to the Attorney General’s Office of...

New wave of Sandworm attacks

The National Security Agency in the United States of America has revealed that Russian cyber actors from the GRU Main Center for Special Technologies have been exploiting a vulnerability in Exim Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) software since at least August 2019. The cyber actors responsible for this...

Joomla team confirms security breach

The team behind the Joomla open source content management system (CMS) has announced a security breach. The incident took place after a member of the Joomla Resources Directory (JRD) team left a full backup of the JRD on an Amazon Web Services S3 bucket owned by their own company. Data...

Study finds 82% of UAE organisations faced at least one cyberattack in 2019

Proofpoint, a leading cybersecurity and compliance company, has released its latest research highlighting how people-centric cyberattacks are impacting organisations in the UAE. The research revealed...

Cybersecurity reimagined for the CISO

Despite the technological innovation taking place, companies would do well to remain focused on ensuring their IT fundamentals are in place before rushing to capitalise on the latest trends. And nowhere is...

Public Health England will keep some NHS Test and Trace data for 20 years

Public Health England (PHE) will keep personally identifiable information collected by NHS Test and Trace of people with COVID-19 symptoms for 20 years. The privacy notice from PHE also says it will keep the...

Cybersecurity reimagined for the CISO

Despite the technological innovation taking place, companies would do well to remain focused on ensuring their IT fundamentals are in place before rushing to capitalise on the latest trends. And...

Ransomware: Here today, here tomorrow

Cybercriminals do not take a break when a pandemic hits, and with many networks increasingly vulnerable as more people work from home, now is the time to try and avert...

Solving the cloud security conundrum

Cloud security is about securing the cloud through a combination of procedures, policies and technologies. Scott Manson, Managing Director – Middle East & Turkey, McAfee, explains how businesses can properly secure...

Caverion and Avinor enter major security contract in Norway

Caverion and Norwegian airport operator, Avinor, have signed a framework contract covering the installation and maintenance of access control and video surveillance at all of Avinor's airports in Norway. The contract...

Go Phish: We get to know Charles Poff, CISO, SailPoint

We ‘Go Phish’ with Charles Poff, CISO, SailPoint, who tells us about life inside and outside the office. What would you describe as your most memorable achievement in the cybersecurity industry?...

Gartner contributor on the five security questions your board will definitely ask

With cyberattacks on organisations a fact of life, Kasey Panetta, on behalf of Gartner, explains how CISOs can deal with the inevitable questions asked by board members seeking reassurance that...

Digital Guardian expert on protecting your organisation with ethical hacking

Businesses are increasingly utilising the skills of ethical hackers to find vulnerabilities in their networks before the bad guys do. Tim Bandos, VP of Cybersecurity at Digital Guardian discusses the...

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