What Website Owners Should Know About Terms and Conditions

What Website Owners Should Know About Terms and Conditions

All website owners should consider terms and conditions (T&Cs) to be a form of legal protection as they establish the responsibility and rights of the involved parties. T&Cs provide full security should anything go amiss and they also help you settle any disputes quickly without having to resort to the ... Read More
Securing Interactive Kiosks IoTs with the Paradox OS

Securing Interactive Kiosks IoTs with the Paradox OS

| | becrypt, iot, paradox
Article by Bernard Parsons, CEO, Becrypt Whether it is an EPOS system at a fast food venue or large display system at a public transport hub, interactive kiosks are becoming popular and trusted conduits for transacting valuable data with customers.The purpose of interactive kiosks, and the reason for their increasing ... Read More

Cyber Security Roundup for January 2020

A roundup of UK focused cyber and information security news stories, blog posts, reports and threat intelligence from the previous calendar month, December 2019.Happy New Year! The final month of the decade was a pretty quiet one as major security news and data breaches go, given cybers attack have become ... Read More

Cyber Attacks are the Norm

| | 5G, encryption, GDPR, Ransomware
By Babur Nawaz Khan, Product Marketing, A10 NetworksAs we 2019, its time to have a look at the year 2020 and what it would have in store for enterprises.Since we are in the business of securing our enterprise customers’ infrastructures, we keep a close eye on how the security and ... Read More

Only Focused on Patching? You’re Not Doing Vulnerability Management

By Anthony Perridge, VP International, ThreatQuotientWhen I speak to security professionals about vulnerability management, I find that there is still a lot of confusion in the market. Most people immediately think I’m referring to getting rid of the vulnerabilities in the hardware and software within their network, but vulnerability management ... Read More
12 days of Christmas Security Predictions:  What lies ahead in 2020

12 days of Christmas Security Predictions: What lies ahead in 2020

Marked by a shortage of cyber security talent and attackers willing to exploit any vulnerability to achieve their aims, this year emphasised the need for organisations to invest in security and understand their risk posture. With the number of vendors in the cyber security market rapidly growing, rising standard for ... Read More
How the Cyber Grinch Stole Christmas: Managing Retailer Supply Chain Cyber Risk

How the Cyber Grinch Stole Christmas: Managing Retailer Supply Chain Cyber Risk

Cyber threats are always a prominent risk to businesses, especially those operating with high quantities of customer information in the retail space, with over 50% of global retailers were breached last year. BitSight VP, Jake Olcott, has written guidance for retailers, on how to manage their supply-chain cyber risk to ... Read More
Plundervolt! A new Intel Processor 'undervolting' Vulnerability

Plundervolt! A new Intel Processor ‘undervolting’ Vulnerability

| | Intel, plundervolt, undervolting
Researchers at the University of Birmingham have identified a weakness in Intel’s processors: by 'undervolting' the CPU, Intel’s secure enclave technology becomes vulnerable to attack.A little bit of undervolting can cause a lot of problemsModern processors are being pushed to perform faster than ever before – and with this comes ... Read More

MoJ Reports Over 400% Increase in Lost Laptops in Three Years

| | GDPR
Apricorn, the leading manufacturer of software-free, 256-bit AES XTS hardware-encrypted USB drives, today announced new findings from Freedom of Information (FoI) requests submitted to five government departments into the security of devices held by public sector employees. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) lost 354 mobile phones, PCs, laptops and tablet ... Read More
Accelerated Digital Innovation to impact the Cybersecurity Threat Landscape in 2020

Accelerated Digital Innovation to impact the Cybersecurity Threat Landscape in 2020

Its December and the Christmas lights are going up, so it can't be too early for cyber predictions for 2020. With this in mind, Richard Starnes, Chief Security Strategist at Capgemini, sets out what the priorities will be for businesses in 2020 and beyond. Richard Starnes, Chief Security Strategist, CapgeminiAccelerated ... Read More