Companies will produce products that meet the strictest requirements of the regions in which they want to operate, and the EU should take advantage of this to regulate IoT, speaker says.
A former employee of travel company, Expedia's IT department has plead guilty to hacking into his bosses email accounts and using private information to play the market.
India's Supreme Court Monday issued a notice to Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, and Facebook on a plea seeking to curb the sharing of videos displaying sexual assault and cyber-crime.
Bournemouth University hosted students responding to real time simulated cyber-attack on a network server and cyber-lock picking challenges designed by leading industry employers BT and Raytheon.
Imperva Hacker Intelligence Initiative report reveals Phishing-as-a-Service campaigns cost less to execute and are twice as profitable as traditional campaigns.
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The sharp rise in cyber-crime has caused big business to look seriously at how the insurance industry can help mitigate business risks associated with a data breach. But lack of actuarial data, and the inability to put a price on a risk with so many moving parts leads SC's Roi Perez to ask, is cyber-insurance worth it?
IBM is starting to make waves in the cyber-security space, leveraging the fact that it has to secure its own vast global business. Carmina Lees, vice president, security business unit, UK & Ireland at IBM, is effectively a mini-CEO running her own P&L operation within IBM where she is an 18-year industry veteran, but when it comes to cyber-security, Lees is a relative newcomer.
Sooraj Shah finds out which areas of information security companies should be focusing on first to ensure their business is secure post-M&A
Wieland Alge discusses how businesses must adapt their security methods in response to the growing number of targeted, multi-vector attacks taking place.
Nic Scott discusses how UK businesses can re-evaluate and enhance the security measures they currently have in place in order to avoid potentially crippling fines when EU GDPR comes into force.
Security is often closely associated with standards and regulations, and there's an assumption that if you are compliant, by default you are secure. That's a dangerous assumption says Nadav Shatz.
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- Levelling the playing field against targeted attacks
- India Supreme Court calls on tech giants to curb sexual assault, cyber-crime
- IoTSF conference: EU should become de facto regulator