Grace Johansson

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Abertay University to lead £11.7m cyber-security project as part of Tay Cities Deal

Abertay University to lead £11.7m cyber-security project as part of Tay Cities Deal

Abertay University is to lead a new £11.7 million project to create a cyber-security research and development centre as part of the Tay Cities Deal.

No need to compromise freedom for security - Europol audience told

No need to compromise freedom for security - Europol audience told

Reconciling freedom AND Security was the theme of this year's data protection conference organised by the Europol Data Protection Experts Network (EDEN) and the Academy of European Law (ERA).

Proposals are sought in new DASA competition

Proposals are sought in new DASA competition

Proposals to help UK defence and security to develop capability in 'behavioural analytics' are sought in a new Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) competition.

Deluge of student devices putting campus networks under growing threat

Deluge of student devices putting campus networks under growing threat

Eighty-one percent of campus IT professionals have said that securing networks used by students and faculty has become more difficult in the past two years due in part to the proliferation of connected devices.

Governments overtake criminals as main source of complex hacking

Governments overtake criminals as main source of complex hacking

Creation of complex malware and organisation of multi-layered targeted attacks has shifted from financially motivated cyber-criminals to state-sponsored threat actors.

New scheme to train 2,000 cyber-security leaders per-year

New scheme to train 2,000 cyber-security leaders per-year

Some 2,000 cadets a year are to be trained to become the next generation of cyber-security leaders with more than £1 million being invested in the Cadets CyberFirst programme each year.

Airbus cyber grows 50% as it takes a risk perspective on threats

Airbus cyber grows 50% as it takes a risk perspective on threats

Earlier this year Ian Goslin, managing director/ head of UK cyber at Airbus Goslin updated SC Media UK on the organisation's developments in cyber-security since last speaking to SC a year ago.

Geopolitical targets and new campaigns in Asia mark busy Q2 for threat actors

Geopolitical targets and new campaigns in Asia mark busy Q2 for threat actors

APT (advanced persistent threat ) operations have seen an upsurge during the second three months of 2018, particularly those based in Asia, and this includes both well-known and less familiar threat actors.

Millions of US Adidas customers warned of potential data breach

Millions of US Adidas customers warned of potential data breach

According to the athletic-wear brand Adidas, on Tuesday 26 June, it became aware that an "unauthorised party" claimed to have acquired customer data from the US website, however it does not know when.

InfoSec 2018: Rethinking security teams to address the skills shortage

InfoSec 2018: Rethinking security teams to address the skills shortage

A panel of CISOs came together at InfoSec 2018 to discuss the role of the CISO in trying to make companies safer and more secure.