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2:40

Focus on detection, response and remediation

Bad will get in, so focus on detecting it as quickly as possible, says David Walsh, Cofense.

4:40

People will always be the weakest link

The trick is to take people out of the equation as much as possible, says Fortinet's Doros Hadjizenonos.

3:00

Botnet attacks grow in frequency, variety

Citrix’s Andre Combrinck shared tips on how to protect from botnet attacks, at ITWeb's Security Summit.

4:10

The hidden risks in enterprise VPN

Just how dependable is enterprise VPN technology? It depends on who you ask.

3:00

Young hackers tackle COVID-19 security solutions

Under the theme of ‘hacking the virus’, young coders at this year’s ITWeb Security Summit Hackathon got to grips with the challenges presented by the pandemic.

4:40
28 Aug

Prepare for the ‘crypto break’ before it’s too late

There are several things businesses can start doing right now, says Roger Grimes, KnowBe4.

3:30

Survival of the fastest

Cloud brings its own security challenges, but you have to start somewhere, says CrowdStrike's Yassin Watlal.

2:40
28 Aug

Make your SOC work smarter, not harder

The huge amount of data generated by a modern security operations centre leaves analysts at risk of alert fatigue. What can be done?

4:10

Why are boards still ignoring cyber security?

The CISO can’t manage security all by themselves; they need a little help from the board.

4:50

Governments must collaborate with allies to fight cyber threats

Government intelligence agencies are shielded from retaliation and prosecution to a certain extent, as attribution is difficult.

1:50

Insider risks prove costly

Securing an organisations starts with securing its people, says Ran Pugach of Ava Security.

4:20

You will be breached, but how will you handle it?

One big mistake organisations often make when it comes to incident response is that they act too quickly, or too rashly.

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