Kirsten Doyle
Kirsten Doyle
ITWeb contributor.

Kirsten Doyle is ITWeb contributor.

Harnessing smart wearables to spy on owners

4 Jun

There could be severe consequences should cyber criminals use these devices to monitor users, says Kaspersky Lab.

Shift from 'high wall' to 'body armour' security

24 May

The ITWeb/VMware survey reveals a trend towards securing y being put around every object within the data centre. WannaCry had a knock-on effect and changed security postures for many organisations.

Beware of 'blinded random block corruption' attacks

Very few systems offer memory encryption, which makes them vulnerable to attack, says Intel's Rodrigo Branco

It's your job to secure anything that uses electricity

22 May

Soon, we won't even know that our devices are talking to the manufacturers, says Mikko Hypponen.

We are making users scapegoats for our failings

22 May

You can patch humans: it's called education, says SphereNY's Jason Street.

Profile hackers to stop them in their tracks

22 May

There are five kinds of hackers, says Mikko Hypponen, keynote speaker at ITWeb Security Summit 2018.

GoldPhish debuts free cyber security training for SMEs

22 May

For smaller businesses, a lack of IT security isn't about not caring; it's about a lack of available budget, the company says.

SA a testing ground for attacks on banking sector

As a relatively advanced player, it is used to assess methods before employing them on more vulnerable entities, says TYMEDigital.

Security Summit 2018: How to implement DevSecOps

21 May

RMB's Jason Suttie will cover the steps to implementing DevSecOps

Kaspersky Lab to move core infrastructure to Switzerland

May 16, 2018

The company has had several issues with the US government, due to its Russian origins.

Tight controls needed over users and access

May 15, 2018

Identity is the glue that, when used to tie applications together in an open standards way, can make access far more secure, says Ubusha.

Fighting the fake news scourge

May 14, 2018

Many countries are trying to promote agendas and international interests through false discourse via fictitious online campaigns, says Cyabra.