One Billion Dollars Stolen In Cyber Attack

16th February 2015

A worldwide cyber robbery has been taking place since 2013 according to a new report from Kaspersky Lab. A cybercriminal gang including members from Russia, […]

Changing the Economics in Cyber Security

12th February 2015

The economic considerations of war are explored by Sun Tzu in The Art of War, this theory can be applied to cyber security today. The […]

Biggest Security Threat Predictions for 2015

5th January 2015

As we step forward from 2014, there is of course a new range of security threats on the horizon facing us in 2015. It seems […]

DDoS Attacks: More Unpredictable Than Ever

10th December 2014

Over the last year, DDoS attacks evolved in strategy and tactics. We saw increased global reports of “smokescreening,” where criminals use DDoS attacks to distract IT staff while […]

C-Level Execs concerned about cybersecurity

28th July 2014

It would seem that many C-level executives are unwilling to invest in the area of cybersecurity, although they are concerned about the reputation of their […]

Self assessment will be offered by ICO from September

22nd July 2014

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) plans to deploy self assessment forms as of September this year. Speaking at the launch of it’s 2013/14 annual report […]

The true effect of Heartbleed, 3 months later

2nd July 2014

In April this year, a significant media frenzy took place over the Open SSL vulnerability, ‘Heartbleed’. There were a number of warnings about the consequences […]

IT data security threats and data breaches are increasing

29th May 2014

The month of May has seen high profile IT data security threats evolve and numerous large enterprise organisations report that they have been subject to […]

Enterprise Security and Risk Management: The Bank of England

7th April 2014

Following the publication of the findings from Waking Shark II security exercise late last year, which tested the financial sector’s contingency plans in the event […]

Public Wifi Carries Security Risks, says Europol

10th March 2014

The head of Europols cybercrime centre, Troes Oerting, has warned that public Wi-Fi carries significant security risks, citing a rise in the number of attacks […]