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Bridewell announces CHECK penetration testing accreditation from NCSC

Bridewell, a leading UK cybersecurity firm, has announced it has been accredited by the Government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to provide CHECK penetration testing to government, public sector bodies and organisations under the UK’s critical national infrastructure (CNI). CHECK-authorised penetration tests on CNI systems and networks are conducted by verified companies using NCSC-recognised methods […]

Integrity360 invests €8M in new Security Operations Centre and creates 200 jobs 

Integrity360, one of the leading pan-European cybersecurity specialists, has announced that it has invested €8 million in its new Security Operations Centre (SOC) facility in Dublin.  Based in the high-tech, fully secure Termini building in Sandyford, the new facility spans 16,000 square feet and comprises the SOC and seven customer suites, as well as a training and innovation centre. It is also equipped […]

Orange Cyberdefense reinforces its Europe ambitions in Switzerland

Orange Cyberdefense, one of Europe’s leading providers of cybersecurity services, is accelerating the deployment of its cybersecurity activities in Switzerland following the acquisition of SCRT and Telsys last November. These two sister companies, which are headquartered in Morges (VD) and have around 100 experts in cybersecurity and related services based in Morges, Geneva, Berne and […]

NatWest Group teams up with AWS to harness the power of Generative AI

NatWest Group has announced that it is expanding its collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to accelerate the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – including AWS’s Generative AI solutions — to more rapidly drive towards its goal of helping 10 million people manage their financial well-being per year by the end of 2027. The move […]

Surge in cybercrime puts industry on back foot

Ransomware incidents are on the rise and thus fuelling the ongoing ransomware pandemic that industry leaders are trying to grapple with. Check Point’s 2023 Mid-Year Security Report has revealed that 48 ransomware groups have breached over 2,200 victims. JUMPSEC’s research supports this by revealing that in the first half of 2023, UK ransomware attacks rose […]

WithSecure bring outcome-based security to Finnish Olympic Committee in new partnership

The Finnish Olympic Committee (FOC) and WithSecure (formerly known as F-Secure Business) have announced a partnership that aims to bring outcome-based security to Finland’s sports community. The partnership enables the FOC and WithSecure to work together to create a safer, more equitable environment for sports and athletics in Finland. It includes technical and administrative tracks to assess […]

UK MOD awards £89m contract to boost battlefield communications 

The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has awarded BAE Systems an £89 million contract to enhance front-line connectivity for military personnel, linking small reconnaissance drones, combat vehicles, fighter jets, aircraft carriers and military commands. Modern battles are fought across land, sea, air, space, cyber and electronic warfare. Rapidly evolving technologies mean each domain is highly contested […]

Utimaco research finds a low level of trust for IoT devices

Utimaco – a leading global provider of IT security solutions that is celebrating its 40th year pioneering trusted cybersecurity and compliance solutions and services to its customers across the globe – has released new consumer research that has found a low level of trust around Internet of Things (IoT) devices. This has highlighted the need […]

ICO reprimands NHS Lanarkshire for sharing patient data via WhatsApp

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued a reprimand to NHS Lanarkshire, following staff’s unauthorised use of WhatsApp to share patients’ personal data over the course of two years. Between April 2020 and April 2022, 26 staff at NHS Lanarkshire had access to a WhatsApp group where patient data was entered on more than 500 occasions, […]

Norfolk and Suffolk Police suffer data breach

Norfolk and Suffolk constabularies have identified an issue relating to a very small percentage of responses to Freedom of Information (FOI) requests for crime statistics, issued between April 2021 and March 2022. A technical issue has led to some raw data belonging to the constabularies being included within the files produced in response to the […]

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