Tony Morbin

Government backed Cyber Discovery launches third year, identifying the 'terrifyingly talented'

Government backed Cyber Discovery launches third year, identifying the 'terrifyingly talented'

Cyber Discovery year three launched today to identify elite cyber talent, strengthening their capabilities to help industry deal with the velocity of change - but should cyber now it be part of the school curriculum?

Million dollar hackers explain what it takes to be a top bug bounty earner

Million dollar hackers explain what it takes to be a top bug bounty earner

Six bug bounty hackers now earn a million dollars, including the first Brit. As bounties rise 50 percent in a year, SC asks what's their strategy, and how to make a million on 15 hpw? Is it just about the money?

5G - broadening the threat landscape while offering new defences

5G - broadening the threat landscape while offering new defences

How much more vulnerable is 5G to massive DDoS attacks, and how can slicing, enabling dedicated network segments for particular services, enhance security? Orange explains its 5G security plans.

Olympic Park accelerates growth for UK cybersec ventures - provides connected base for internationals

Olympic Park accelerates growth for UK cybersec ventures - provides connected base for internationals

Lorca and Plexal provide a collaborative campus to rapidly scale up 72 cybersec companies with £13.5 million government investment.

Security no longer King says ISACA chair

Security no longer King says ISACA chair

Digital transformation knocks cyber-security off its perch, staff incentives not working, the skills gap impacts maturity & business' ability to quantify security risk, says Brennan P Baybeck, ISACA board chair.

Sudanese aid scams drive a different kind of Zero Trust

Sudanese aid scams drive a different kind of Zero Trust

ID integrity undermined as scammers seeking to amass social media followers pretend to donate aid to Sudan in exchange for clicks and followers.

Podcast: SC Intel in Five [19 June]

Podcast: SC Intel in Five [19 June]

Catch up on the most viewed stories in the cyber-security sector reported by SC Media UK over the past week, from 12 - 19 June, presented by Tony Morbin, Editor-in-chief at SC Media UK.

Smart cities need smart cyber-defence explains Moscow IT head

Smart cities need smart cyber-defence explains Moscow IT head

Russia claims a lead in Fintech with Moscow's digitisation project roaring ahead, while keeping an eye on cyber-security, but personal privacy is seen as a thing of the past.

Podcast: SC Intel in Five [12 June]

Podcast: SC Intel in Five [12 June]

Catch up on the most viewed stories in the cyber-security sector reported by SC Media UK over the past week, from 5 - 12 June, presented by Tony Morbin, Editor-in-chief at SC Media UK.

In cyber-space, they can still hear you type: AI mimics user's keyboard behaviour; reads sound of key taps

In cyber-space, they can still hear you type: AI mimics user's keyboard behaviour; reads sound of key taps

AI is being used to mimic a victim's keyboard user-behaviour characteristics, automatically generating and sending disguised malicious keystrokes, while another attack listens to your key taps to read the message.