Cybersecurity is something every business is aware of. But far from the caricatures of hoodie-wearing teenagers looking to make a quick buck, cybercrime is now an extremely well-funded sector that is often sponsored by governments and criminal organisations motivated by the promise of hefty returns.
Andrew Bud, the founder, and CEO of face and palm verification company, iProov is here to make the world a safer place. He explains why and how.
The business world is full of risks which can seriously impact an organisation’s ability to perform. While different risks will be prioritised depending on company size and industry one menace which all firms need to prepare for is the cyber threat.
At a conference in China, Alibaba CEO Jack Ma proclaimed we are just decades away from a robot CEO revolution. He backed that claim up shortly after via a television interview with CNN, predicting that, in 30 years, a robot would grace the cover of Time Magazine.
Daren Oliver, managing director of Fitzrovia IT, takes a look at how WiFi enabled devices could compromise your business and gives advice on keeping data safe.
At a point in time where data protection legislation is about to get stricter, only 43 per cent of businesses store customer data in a dedicated CRM and it will risk customer experience.
When it comes to company secrets and the risks of them leaking, it’s time to raise awareness of device security to protect business networks, says HP UK’s MD George Brasher.
The Tesco Bank hack has left the retail banking world reeling, searching for answers and more effective ways to secure networks against future attacks.
This may have passed you by, but 28 January marked Data Privacy Day. Set up in 2007 to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices, it has now gone global, being observed in more than 50 countries.
With government research having unveiled that two-thirds of big UK businesses have been hit by a cyber attack in the past year, we took a look at some of the most recent and famous cases – and why they were thought to have happened.
Kaspersky Lab, INTERPOL, Europol and authorities from different countries have combined efforts to uncover the criminal plot behind an unprecedented cyber robbery. Up to $1bn was stolen in approximately two years from financial institutions worldwide. The experts report that responsibility for the robbery rests with a multinational gang of cybercriminals from Russia, Ukraine and other parts of Europe, as well as from China.
A month after the UK's National Cyber Crime Agency's 'operation Tover' to disrupt CryptoLocker and Gameover Zeus botnets, SCMagazine has announced the discovery that a Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT) will enter a trial phase starting 1st September.