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The new Kaspersky Private Security Network is designed for regulated industries and businesses who don't want or can't let data leave their internal networks

Thursday, 03 December 2015 13:04

Is your site affected by the bugs in Node.js?

Node.js versions v0.12.x through to v5.x inclusive have a set of bugs that allow an external attacker to create a denial of service attack, is your site protected or vulnerable?

New research reveals that many European businesses are still unprepared for targeted attacks and how to manage their aftermath.

Thursday, 19 November 2015 14:31

Trojan war as malware attacks rise

PandaLabs has identified more than 21 million new specimens of malware with trojan attacks being the most popular and effective method of attack for hackers

Tuesday, 17 November 2015 12:26

Passwords are no longer fit for purpose

Getting rid of passwords and putting new identity security software in place is a top priority for IT decision makers in UK, France and Germany.

IT Security Expert Csaba Krasznay explains why you need to re-define the definition of an insider threat, and presents the top five best-practices businesses can apply to prevent the threats

Tuesday, 10 November 2015 02:06

Cybersecurity budgets are set to grow in 2016

More than half of UK organisations plan to increase their cybersecurity budgets over teh coming 12 months but 39% currently lack confidence in their ability to detect sophisticated cyber attacks

The new Security Heartbeat solution links network firewalls and UTMs with endpoint security to detect, prevent, and remediate attacks across the IT infrastructure.

Senior executives are ignoring mobile device security and encryption policies, with 93% of lost or stolen devices contained work-related data, potentially putting the organisations at risk

Richard Kemp looks at the reasons why the public sector is lagging behind the private sector in uptake of the cloud and explains why data classification is the key to unlocking the cloud

Gerardo Dada puts right the five most common myths of cloud computing, from cloud lacking performance to the myth that cloud is always cheaper.

A new joint security solution extends Centrify's end-user and privilege user-security for cloud and mobile application access    

Friday, 23 October 2015 17:07

A lot of Talk Talk and very little action

Talk Talk’s admission that they lost millions of personal details should be treated as a wakeup call to the industry and not a time to gloat

The new Breach Confidence Index highlights the key weaknesses that have led to data and security breaches in UK businesses

Three simple security tips to help you effectively lock down your cloud network and prevent security breaches.

Research from Kaspersky Labs shows DDoS attacks are nearly always a smokescreen for hackers to hide their real attacks behind

Monday, 28 September 2015 16:00

Quantum computing encryption for cloud data

A new encryption solution from Acronis and ID Quantique uses the speed and inherent weirdness of quantum computing to help protect data int he cloud and in-transit from future security threats and vulnerabilities

Secure solutions business Electranet will bolster Capita’s security solutions for public sector and private clients.

A new data loss prevention reference framework from Netskope helps organisations protect data in the cloud and identifies six key tenets for a secure cloud implementation.

A new report from insurers Allianz highlights that cyber risks are evolving far beyond privacy or reputational issues with UK cyber-crime costing an estimated £2.8 billion a year

Wednesday, 09 September 2015 10:32

State-sponsored attacks on data sees huge gains

The UK is the leakiest country in Europe with 8.3 million records exposed, and second highest worldwide after the US

Tuesday, 08 September 2015 13:00

OpenTrust Joins DocuSign Global Trust Network

DocuSign has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the 'Trusted Documents and Transactions' (TDT) division of French identity-based solution provider OpenTrust

The Government Snoopers’ Charter will increase business costs for IT departments at a time when businesses are already facing increasing costs to alleviate very real security threats.

Nearly half of businesses have experienced a data breach in the last year which they believed could have been avoided using intelligent tools.

CudaDrive from Barracuda Networks aims to combat the security risks surrounding file sync and share platforms, such as Dropbox and Google Drive. 

The new Docker Content Trust is built to deliver securely signed container applications and utilises Notary for delivery and The Update Framework (TUF) to deliver and manage the keys

Cloud services provider holds latest, most secure version of the global Payment Card Industry data security standard

Security is an important issue when connecting to a data centre or the cloud, but adding encryption can increase latency. Graham Jarvis looks at how businesses are solving the security and latency issues.

Cognia’s Curtis Nash shows how the intelligent use of cloud solutions can significantly reduce the PCI-DSS headache involved with taking credit card payments

Nearly two-thirds of businesses are seeing significant cyber-attacks occur daily or weekly but just one in ten said their company proactively test their systems on a continuous basis.



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