Cyber security news, opinion and analysis

Five uncomfortable truths about phishing defence -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security

It’s time to challenge conventional thinking about phishing defence and recognise that traditional approaches are not enabling us to better defend against the real threats. The threat posed by phishing

The four pillars of crisis management -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security

Chris Huggett, Senior Vice President, EMEA & India at Sungard AS says that businesses must take stock of their vulnerabilities and put into place a plan of action to be executed

Nearly 75% of banks were unprepared for cyber attacks in 2018

19 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay As many as three in four banks, particularly in Russia and Eastern Europe, were not prepared for cyber attacks

Facebook intentionally and knowingly violated privacy laws, says DCMS

News / Facebook intentionally and knowingly violated data privacy laws, says Government 19 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay The Government has observed that leading social

Fake profiles on popular dating sites conning people out of their money

14 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay A Nigerian fraud ring dubbed Scarlet Widow has been found creating fake profiles on popular dating sites to scam

Less than half of Brits keep their social media activities private

Threats / Less than half of Brits keep their social media activities private: Action Fraud 14 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay Only 44% of social

Senseon: going beyond the anomaly -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security

Cyber-security is a complex and ever-changing problem. Companies face a huge challenge in protecting their networks and data from both insider threats and external threat actors. We must adapt our

How can we make AI an ally to cyber security? -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security

Is AI a friend of foe? Tyler Reese, product manager for One Identity, explores the future of AI in cyber security.  Since Stephen Hawkings first predicted in 2014 that it

Russia preparing to completely isolate local networks from world wide web

14 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay The lower house of the Russian parliament recently passed a new law that allows the government to isolate Russia

Why are so many security professionals reluctant to openly discuss what their rules are? -TEISS® : Cracking Cyber Security

People / Why are so many security professionals reluctant to openly discuss what their rules are? 14 February 2019 | Author: Keil Hubert Well-written and well-understood

NHS organisations to replace all paper-based communications with email

News / NHS organisations asked to replace all paper-based communications with email 13 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock

620 million stolen online accounts available to buyers on the Dark Web

13 February 2019 | Author: Jay Jay Over 620 million stolen online accounts have been put up for sale on the Dream Market cyber-souk, a Dark