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Stopping threats that get past the email gateway

OneSource CISO, Steve Cobb, discusses how OneSource uses Cofense Triage to accelerate email analysis and stop threats that get...

Baby monitors and smart cameras could be accessed by criminals

Smart cameras and baby monitors can be watched by criminals over the internet by default, security chiefs have warned. The National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC) is advising people to tweak the settings after buying them. Easy-to-guess default passwords might let a hacker secretly observe a home...

Some hospital imaging devices vulnerable to hackers

It has been reported that a huge proportion of internet-connected imaging devices at hospitals run outdated operating systems. Researchers found that 83% of these devices run on outdated software that can’t be updated even when it contains known vulnerabilities that hackers can...

Princess Cruises confirms a data breach of crew and guests

Princess Cruises, the cruise liner forced to halt its global operations after two of its ships confirmed on-board outbreaks of coronavirus, has now confirmed a data breach. The notice posted on its website, believed to have been posted in March, said the company detected unauthorised access to a...

FireEye report reveals cybercriminals are turning to ransomware as secondary source of income

FireEye, the intelligence-led security company, has released the FireEye Mandiant M-Trends 2020 report in the GCC. The report shares statistics and insights gleaned from FireEye Mandiant investigations...

Russian speaking hacking group is attacking banks in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to Kaspersky

Kaspersky security researchers have reported on thousands of notifications of attacks on major banks located in the Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) region. The malware used in the attacks indicates that the threat...

Rise in cyberattacks in Italy prove COVID-19 is impacting cybersecurity

Cynet has announced that an analysis of the company’s aggregate customer data in Italy is connecting the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) to a growing volume of cyberattacks in the region. The...

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...

Industry experts discuss how best to ensure the data centre is secure

Ensuring the data centre is secure should be a top priority for CISOs as the consequences of a breach are catastrophic. Industry experts from Vectra and Red Seal outline some...

Why security has yet to move from beyond the ‘castle walls’ – and how to do it

Craig Talbot, VP EMIEA, iboss, looks at what is needed to properly move security to the cloud so that firms can fully gain the benefits of it, with employees protected...

AccessData expert on the way forward for digital forensics

Digital forensics tools are crucial in the modern world but, as the volume of data grows, it’s an area which is becoming more and more challenging. Tod Ewasko, Vice President...

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