Category: trust

DCMS Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2020

Half of UK businesses faced cyber security threats last year but many lack the skills to respond effectively

Allot to offer easy transition for Broadcom PacketShaper line

Customers of discontinued Broadcom Packetshaper given special deal to transition to Allot

Enterprise Security in a Multi-Cloud Environment

Kevin Bailey talks with Simon Ratcliffe and Martin McCloskey

Clearview AI breach – a flaw not a hack. Isn’t that an oxymoron?

The breach raises even more concerns about misuse of facial recognition tech

BICS teams up with Cyberforce to make networks more secure

BICS and POST Cyberforce launch a new solution to improve network level security

If you Spamalot it’s going to cost you – ask Optus

B2B service providers needs to ensure that all their communications are compliant with anti-spamming laws

White Hat Ball 2020

The security industry comes together to protect children

ENISA outlines new cybersecurity rules for service providers and OTTs

Rules will be extended to OTT services, will promote cross-authority and cross-border co-operation and will mandate encryption

Security-conscious customers need more information from the companies they do business with

Having the right product is now only half the battle. Unless customers and prospects are sure you’re secure they’ll go elsewhere – directly impacting your bottom line

Cybersecurity update: Indra acquires SIA

Combination of assets creates a EUR60 million security firm

EU considers ban on facial recognition tech

EU’s proposed facial recognition moratorium could be bad news for European businesses

Cyber Security 2020

Why this year’s industry predictions will be repetitive, uninspiring and just plain noise

Irish government publishes new security strategy

Aims to secure Irish businesses and grow expertise in cyber security

Gen Z want safety and respect

Microsoft study shows that young workers and customers are concerned about internet civility

Is GDPR fit for purpose in the public sector?

As more public sector services go online and government seeks to join up datasets to improve efficiency and citizen experience, is GDPR actually going to improve data security in the public sector, or is its design too private sector centric?