Credence Security

Companies ignore security basics

Businesses focus too much on the next new, shiny piece of technology, rather than on the basics of security, says Credence Security's Simon Campbell-Young.


White paper: Keeping your privileged account management secure in the cloud

Thycotic introduces Secret Server Cloud, which makes it possible for companies to protect their privileged account passwords.

Aug 13, 2018

Securing the mobile enterprise

Companies must continually assess their security systems, tools and policies to make sure they are up to date with the threat landscape, says Simon Campbell-Young, MD of Credence Security.


Cyber crime as a service on the rise

Some cyber criminal groups even offer updates and troubleshooting for their tools, a criminal version of customer support, says Simon Campbell-Young, MD of Credence Security.


Boosting cyber resilience

Staff must be educated, and procedures and policies put in place to ensure all angles are covered in the event of an incident, says Simon Campbell-Young, MD of Credence Security.


Being prepared is key to mitigating cyber attacks

The Internet of things has led to the attack surface widening, and cyber criminals have devised ways to attack smart lighting and security, cars and even medical health devices, says Simon Campbell-Young, MD of Credence Security.

Jun 8, 2018

Credence Security, QS solutions partner on cyber security

They have announced the availability of a software tool to quickly create a fact-based action plan to improve cyber security.


GitHub was 'most powerful DDOS in history'

The breach employed a DDOS technique that is growing in popularity as it needs no botnet, warns Akamai.


Credence adds Infocyte to its stable

Today's 'real-time' security processes are not effective at detecting that a breach has taken place, says Credence.