Ryan Trost, CTO and co-founder of ThreatQuotient discusses the impacts of relying on the cloud as nearly all businesses had to operate from home. As more remote employees placed vital data into the cloud, this creates more entry points that are vulnerable and open for cyber attackers to exploit.
Aside from posing a substantial worldwide health risk, research has found that Coronavirus also poses a significant security risk to businesses of all sizes. METCloud’s Ian Vickers shares best practice advice on how to keep your work teams cyber secure.
The online business world carries a great deal of risk without the relevant IT security measures in place. So how do you protect your business data from cyber criminals?
Avord is a brand new security testing platform that promises to cut out the ‘middleman’ consultant from security services. We catch up with Avord’s founder and CEO, Brian Harrison, who talks corruption in the industry, and what businesses can do to better protect themselves.
Domo’s Ian Tickle discusses the company’s data on what CEOs really think about digital transformation.
Nowadays, not a day goes by without news of another cyber hack in the news. But according to Sungard’s Mike Smith, human beings unfortunately learn to get used to things.
Joe Collinwood at Cysure explains how cyber security and GDPR starts with people and processes, not costly consultancy or complicated technology.
Andrew Harding, chief executive of the CIMA, takes a look at how companies can protect data on a budget.
Proving ROI in IT security has traditionally been a struggle. However, businesses are now starting to treat IT security as an investment, rather than simply a cost-centre.
Companies have increasingly been victims of cyber crime, which can prove expensive and detrimental to reputation. One way to mitigate against this risk, DeltaNet’s Darren Hockley suggests, is to think like a hacker.
SMEs should make cyber security part of every new employee’s onboarding process to fight the threat from ever sophisticated hackers.
We all watched as the business world descended into an unprecedented panic over GDPR and what would happen upon being non-compliant. But there are technological advances on the horizon with far more terrifying consequences, says Real Business columnist Jan Cavelle.