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Security planning on a budget for CISOs

CISOs are under more pressure than ever to ensure their organisations thrive in order to survive, and investing in the right technology has a key part to play. David Higgins, EMEA Technical Director, CyberArk, offers his best practice advice and says that a massive budget increase isn’t required, but a change of approach. CISOs, security […]

Security planning on a budget for CISOs

CISOs are under more pressure than ever to ensure their organisations thrive in order to survive, and investing in the right technology has a key part to play. David Higgins, EMEA Technical Director, CyberArk, offers his best practice advice and says that a massive budget increase isn’t required, but a change of approach. CISOs, security […]

Security planning on a budget for CISOs

CISOs are under more pressure than ever to ensure their organisations thrive in order to survive, and investing in the right technology has a key part to play. David Higgins, EMEA Technical Director, CyberArk, offers his best practice advice and says that a massive budget increase isn’t required, but a change of approach. CISOs, security […]

Deep Dive – Spencer Lichtenstein, Product Strategist, RSA Security

In this edition of our Deep Dive series, Spencer Lichtenstein, Product Strategist at RSA Security, talks us through the steps organisations must take when launching a remote SOC....

Closing the skills gap: The art of finding and retaining cybersecurity talent

The cybersecurity skills gap is not going away any time soon. Tim Bandos, CISO at Digital Guardian, explains how companies shouldn’t always rely on the same channels to look for...

Take the pressure down! Four ways to lower the stress levels of your cybersecurity team

A cyberattack is an existential threat to all companies, which puts the pressure on cybersecurity teams. The pressure continues to increase as more staff work from home and the skills...

It’s back to basics during Cybersecurity Awareness Month

During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Jonathan Couch, SVP of Strategy at ThreatQuotient, gives his top tips on how to help friends and family become more cybersecurity savvy. This month marks the...

Adding a human layer to data security in government organisations

There seems to be a sense that human-activated data breaches are inevitable within the public sector, meaning risk appetite is set at a level that accepts a 25% breach risk. Tony Pepper, CEO, Egress,...

Cybersecurity in the COVID era: Guarding against phishing

While employees have, in the main, adapted to working from home, the rapid move to a remote workforce as a result of Coronavirus has left many organisations highly susceptible to...

Bitglass expert on new threats to the APAC region

Dave Shephard, Vice President Asia Pacific and Japan, Bitglass, discusses the new cyberthreats facing the region. The major cyberthreats facing Asia Pacific today largely reflect those faced elsewhere around the...

Largest password collection posted online

The world’s largest password collection has been posted on a prominent hacker forum. The author claimed that the text file he provided contains 82 billion passwords, but tests show that the actual number of passwords is almost 10 times smaller at 8,459,060,239 unique entries. Martin...

Fashion retailer, Guess, discloses data breach after ransomware attack

American fashion brand and retailer, Guess, is notifying affected customers of a data breach following a February ransomware attack that led to data theft. “A cybersecurity forensic firm was engaged to assist with the investigation and identified unauthorised access to Guess’ systems...

IKEA France apologises for infringing data privacy of staff

Leading retail giant, IKEA, has apologised for infringing the data privacy of its employees in France after it was fined €1 million. IKEA France said that the incident – where the retailer was found guilty of collecting staff members’ private data – ‘seriously...

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