Infosec 2017 Reveals the Strong Health of the Security Industry

Infosec Europe 2017, now in its 22nd year, welcomed an impressive 13,500 security professionals from all segments of the industry through its doors, cementing its crown as the largest and most importa …
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Hostages to Fortune? Why Ransomware is Now Big Business.

Ransomware attacks are skyrocketing and, sadly, no end is in sight. Cybercriminals are scrambling over themselves to cash in on this lucrative attack trend, which offers a low barrier to entry, great …
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WannaCry Ransomware Exploit Breaking New Ground

As the WannaCry ransomware saga rumbles, we’ve seen the significant impact it has had on organisations all over the world. But has this attack, which targeted older versions of the Microsoft Windows …
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WannaCry is a Warning Shot for Future Ransomware

WannaCry’s global impact may have captured the headlines, but the exploit’s methodology is counter-intuitive to any covert ability to actually collect the ransom. Could it be the WannaCry attack f …
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WannaCry Wake-Up Call for Ongoing Ransomware Threat

The high-profile and aptly-named ‘WannaCry’ ransomware attack which affected the NHS from last Friday is the latest in an ongoing tidal wave of ransomware cyber attacks. WannaCry has hit 150 count …
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Perspectives on the WannaCry Ransomware Attack

Starting on Friday May 12th reports have started to spread of a global malware that appears to have impacted tens of thousands of hosts in almost a hundred countries within a span of hours. Included a …
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Essential Cybersecurity Steps Every Business Should Take Today

Lincolnshire is not traditionally known as a hotbed of international criminal conspiracy, yet in 2016, the rural county suffered two major crimes that hit the national news. First, a ransomware attack …
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A cool head is the best response to APT10

The recent report of a nation-state attack, supposedly run by the Chinese government, known as APT10 has been called “one of the largest ever sustained global cyber espionage"  threats facing busi …
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Cyber Essentials Ignites a Supply Chain Reaction

5The digital world is becoming ever more dangerous, but all too few British businesses are taking practical steps to stay secure. New research from the Institute of Directors and Barclays reveals t …
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Five Warning Signs Your Business isn’t the GDPR-Ready.

With just months until the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) starts being enforced, every organisation needs to sit up and take compliance seriously. Even though the clock is …
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