How to Build a Successful Incident Response Plan

how to build successful incident response plan

The fight to protect your company’s data isn’t for the faint of heart. As an embattled IT warrior, with more systems, apps, and users to support than ever before, keeping everything up and running is a battle in itself. When it comes to preventing the worst-case scenario from happening, you need all the help you […]

Brits will Shop Online Safely this Cyber Monday

Shop Online Safely this Cyber Monday

ESET®, a global pioneer in proactive protection for more than two decades, has commissioned a survey of online shopping trends in the UK which has revealed that just in time for Cyber Monday, Brits seems to finally be taking their online safety seriously, with 93 percent revealing they only buy goods online from websites they […]

Black Friday Looms for Millions of Zen Cart Online Shoppers

Black Friday Looms for Millions of Zen Cart

Web application security firm High-Tech Bridge  notified Zen Cart, one of the largest online  store management systems, of a critical flaw that comes at a time when online retailers witness high sales with Black Friday and Christmas  shopping. The detected vulnerability allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable web applications with privileges of the […]

Defined Security a Necessity for Digital Enterprise Transformation

Necessity for Digital Enterprise Transformation

Ping Identity UK research reveals how IT decision makers face significant barriers to rolling out digital transformation projects, and getting rid of passwords for good Identity security company, Ping Identity UK,  commissioned third party research with survey consultancy, Censuswide, surveying IT decision makers across UK, France and Germany to ascertain their attitudes to the ‘barriers […]

Importance of Managing the Risk of Wi-Fi

Managing the Risk of Wi-Fi

Guest Wi-Fi is a standard offering for growing numbers of organisations from hotels, cafes and sports centres offering free Wi-Fi to customers, to businesses providing Wi-Fi for partners, suppliers and customers visiting the office. But how many organisations have any idea about the way in which that Wi-Fi network is being used? Not only does […]

Four Long-Term Wins for PCI DSS Compliance

PCI DSS Compliance

The twelve PCI DSS requirements are some of the most well-known compliance points for companies that interact with customer payment data during the course of normal business practices. Meeting compliance standards can often times be a time consuming and challenging task for organizations. Below, we detail four heavy-hitting wins that help set a PCI deployment […]

Securing Global Card Payment Fraud and Identity Theft

Card Payment Fraud and Identity Theft

Secure payment technology start-up ScramCard raises seven-figure private investment  to fund international growth and expansion in the USA, UK and Australia ScramCard, a secure payments and identity protection solution provider, has secured a seven-figure private investment from Stewart Milne CBE, Chairman of the Aberdeen based Stewart Milne Group, and Chairman of Aberdeen Football Club. ScramCard […]

‘Best Practice’ Application Security – Does it Exist?

‘Best Practice’ Application Security

Unfortunately and unsurprisingly, website breaches have become an everyday occurrence. In fact, hacked websites have become so common that typically only the biggest data breaches capture enough attention to make headlines. Experts have known this eventuality was coming and honestly, the prediction was easy. All one had to do was look at the pervasiveness of […]

Role of the CIO ahead of Black Friday/Cyber Monday

Black Friday/Cyber Monday

Bill Berutti, BMC Software offers his opinion on how retailers must prepare for possible outages, and cyber attacks, and the challenges that lie ahead for the CIO specifically in this challenging weekend. Retailers are gearing up for the biggest shopping day of the year – Black Friday and Cyber Monday – with online sales expected to hit […]

Dell Putting Security at Risk with Rogue Root Certificates

Dell Putting Security at Risk

A second security issue has been found in Dell devices. The new problem – similar to the first – could leave users’ personal information vulnerable, researchers backed by the US government said. Dell said it had again released a fix, after doing the same for the first problem earlier this week. In response to this […]