Every company should include threat intelligence in their cybersecurity strategy, says Chris Jacob, Global Vice President of Threat Intelligence Engineering at ThreatQuotient.
Matt Aldridge, Principal Solutions Consultant at OpenText Cyber Security, explores the effects of the enduring cost-of-living crisis on cybersecurity.
How can governments protect themselves from the growing threat of state hackers? Daniel Hofmann, CEO at Hornetsecurity, weighs in.
Tom Richardson, Media and Broadcast Lead, Exponential-e, explains why the entertainment industry is a supreme target for cyber threats – and what the creative industries can do to protect themselves.
Ashley Stephenson, CTO at Corero Network Security, discusses the learning curve that data centre operators will have to navigate to defend themselves against emerging DDoS threats.
Aston University’s Cyber Security Innovation (CSI) Centre has hosted a cyber security event for female students from four local schools.
Mark Read, Head of Data Breach Solutions at TransUnion in the UK, highlights the top future data breach threats to UK businesses, and how to guard against potential risks to reputation and customers.
Nick Edwards, VP Product, Menlo Security, explores the changing face of threat actors and what companies can do to meet new cybersecurity challenges.
In 2023, we live in a data-driven world, where our personal data is shared constantly: at work, shopping online or simply surfing the web. That’s why it is critical that data protection is taken seriously and employees are fully trained to support it, which is what Data Protection Day is here to remind us, says Andy Bates, Practice Director – Security at Node4.
With new and emerging cybersecurity threats, companies must build defences against these attacks and increase awareness within their organisations, says Hornetsecurity’s Daniel Hofmann.