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3:50

Forcepoint reveals cyber security predictions for 2019

Fifty-eight percent of Forcepoint customers are actively looking for trustworthy providers with a strong reputation for security.

0:30
Monday

eBook: Netskope Cloud Report

Identity and access management is the top category of concern for I/PaaS deployments in organisations.

4:20

Choose your surveillance tech partners wisely

A slightly higher price tag on a single, matching solution, backed by the support of a reliable service provider, is worth every cent, every time, says Laurence Smith, executive at Graphic Image Technologies.

2:50
2 Nov

Medical devices a potential target for hackers

Patients must be protected to avoid hackers administering a lethal dose of insulin, or stopping a pacemaker, says Andrew Sjoberg, CTO at DRS.

4:10
2 Nov

Hive-mind of apps secures cyber resiliency

Synergies will be the most important advance in corporate cyber security in our near future.

4:50

Fake news too hot to handle for Cyber Crimes Bill

The section that makes fake news a crime has been removed from the final version of the Cyber Crimes Bill.

4:00

J2 Software launches Home Secure

There is a growing trend in online fraud targeting consumers, which includes invoice fraud, fake adverts and refund scams, says John Mc Loughlin, CEO of J2 Software.

4:30
31 Oct

The CISO's worst nightmare

While CIOs and CISOs have no idea if and when attacks are happening at the edge, this is exactly where a company's greatest vulnerability lies, says Pieter Engelbrecht, Aruba BU manager for sub-Saharan Africa.

4:20

CA Veracode's presents State of Software Security Report

First Veracode analysis of flaw persistence finds one in four flaws remain open more than a year after discovery.

3:20
26 Oct

IAM top concern for I/PaaS deployments: Netskope

The report says 71.5% of CIS Benchmark violations in AWS occur in the identity and access management category.

2:40

Three hacks to thwart a hacker

No one says your challenge questions have to really apply to you, says Alissa Johnson, chief information security officer at Xerox.