Security Professionals Risk Breaches By Turning Off Security To Please The Business

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Businesses Choose Productivity over Cybersecurity New Research Reveals Despite recent global attacks, internal pressure to limit security puts pressure on IT teams  CUPERTINO, Calif. Bromium®, Inc., the pioneer and leader in virtualization-based enterprise security that stops advanced malware attacks, today released results of a survey of 175 security professionals conducted at this year’s InfoSecurity Europe, which […]

Drone Regulation Does Not Address Safety Concerns

With the news over the weekend that a safety clampdown means drones will have to be registered in the UK, Colin Bull, Principle Consultant Manufacturing and Product Development at SQS, the leading quality specialist for digital business on the topic commented below. In this comment, Colin discusses that while this announcement may be welcome, drones are still […]

Four Strategies To Prevent Data Encryption From Hijacking Your Network

While encryption can keep your network traffic safe from hackers, it can also prevent your security and monitoring tools from seeing inside the packets crossing your network. Knowing that many organizations pass encrypted traffic into their networks without full inspection, the bad guys use encryption to hide malware and launch attacks – effectively hijacking your […]

IP EXPO Europe Returns With An Eye On AI And Security

Six themes under one roof, co-located with Cyber Security Europe and new MACHINA Summit.AI  London – Europe’s number one enterprise IT event, IP EXPO Europe, has announced its 2017 showcase to help organisations and individuals looking to innovate and evolve through technology. Now in its 12th year, the event will take place on 4-5 October 2017 at ExCeL London and […]

First US Company To Implant RFID Chips In Employees

A US company – Three Square Market (32M) plans to implant RFID Microchips into their employees’ hands that would enable those employees who gave their consent, to buy food from office break rooms, open access doors, activating office copy machines, automatic login for work computers, unlocking work phones, sharing business cards, and even storing critical […]

Visibility Over Weird & Wonderful IoT Must Be Priority

Following the news that Durham chief constable Mike Barton has called for security ratings on all internet-connected home appliances, Chris Hodson, CISO EMEA at Zscaler commented below. Chris Hodson, CISO EMEA at Zscaler:  “When observing the Internet of Things, we tend to look at the weird and wonderful aspects but essentially security here boils down to simple […]

Swedentransport Agency Data Leak

News broke yesterday that the Swedish transport agency suffered a major data breach, and then subsequently attempted to cover it up. Following the outsourcing of its databases and networks to, every conceivable top secret database was leaked: fighter pilots, SEAL team operators, police suspects, people under witness relocation. IT security experts commented below.  Ken Spinner, VP of Global […]

AlphaBay And Hansa Dark Web Sites Taken Down After Globally Coordinated Op’

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News broke yesterday that two major law enforcement operations, led by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and the Dutch National Police, with the support of Europol, have shut down the infrastructure of an underground criminal economy responsible for the trading of over 350,000 illicit commodities including drugs, firearms and cybercrime malware. The […]