Tom Reeve

Europe-wide cyber alignment in CNI being driven by ENISA

Europe-wide cyber alignment in CNI being driven by ENISA

Steve Purser, head of core operations at the European Union Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), explains the agency's expanding role in promoting joined up cyber-security across the EU.

'Bears' top attacker speed of compromise rankings: Russians take just 20 minutes

'Bears' top attacker speed of compromise rankings: Russians take just 20 minutes

From initial foothold to moving laterally on your network can take a cyber-attacker just 20 minutes, making speed of the essence in defence.

Facebook slammed as MPs demand social media regulation to protect democracy

Facebook slammed as MPs demand social media regulation to protect democracy

The integrity of democracy itself is being undermined by the failure of Facebook and other social media giants to control 'fake news', MPs have said.

(ISC)2 offers members free continuing professional development courses

(ISC)2 offers members free continuing professional development courses

In response to member demand, (ISC)2 has created the Professional Development Institute to create high-quality cyber-security training courses.

Love is blind: cyber-criminals socially engineering Valentine's Day

Love is blind: cyber-criminals socially engineering Valentine's Day

Critical thinking goes out the window when it comes to romantic love, a fact that cyber-criminals are exploiting on this most passionate of days.

A fifth of small businesses 'have lost contracts' after they were used to attack a customer

A fifth of small businesses 'have lost contracts' after they were used to attack a customer

Cyber-security is an existential threat to small and medium sized businesses, according to a survey by Webroot, which found that it is a concern ranking second only to Brexit.

'Print-related data breaches' costing businesses £313,000 per year

'Print-related data breaches' costing businesses £313,000 per year

The lack of security controls around old-fashioned paper and ink is leading to significant losses for organisations as they struggle to address the risks of print-related data breaches.

60 percent of organisations now actively 'threat hunting' to counter surge in cyber-attacks

60 percent of organisations now actively 'threat hunting' to counter surge in cyber-attacks

The arms race between attackers and defenders looks set to grow as organisations match increasingly aggressive attackers with ever-greater cyber-security budgets, according to a survey from Carbon Black.

In-house legal teams 'demanding more' GDPR compliance evidence from outside counsel

In-house legal teams 'demanding more' GDPR compliance evidence from outside counsel

Law firms are increasingly being asked to supply ever-greater amounts of evidence of data management safeguards to their corporate clients for GDPR compliance.

'Urgent need' for national digital ID policy, says TechUK

'Urgent need' for national digital ID policy, says TechUK

A coherent strategy for a national digital ID policy needs to be created by government to replace the ad hoc systems currently being used by business and government, says TechUK.