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Government £50k grants for cybersec training and £1.8m for airport security

The government is making £50,000 cyber-security training grants available, and separately it has invested £1.8 million in 'innovative' machine learning technologies that will help improve threat detection capabilities at airports.

Cyber security is an enabler of innovation

Ojas Rege argues that CISOs and CEOs who broaden their cyber-security messages beyond the need for defence can create organisations that embrace innovation and drive performance.

£500,000 in grants up for grabs to commercialise cyber-security ideas

Academics with innovative ideas in cyber-security that have potential for commercialisation are invited to apply for grants of up to £16k from Innovate UK, working with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.

New Categories announced. Entries invited NOW for SC Awards Europe 2018!

Check out the New Categories and get going on your entry now to be in with a chance of winning at the cyber-security industry's most prestigious Awards - then book your ticket for the gala Awards night presentations.

Deloitte hack highlights the need for innovation in cyber-security today

Deloitte fell victim to a data breach that could have been prevented by having simple measures that are standard security protocols but businesses must not only focus on the basics, but also incorporate an innovative approach.

Israel-UK cyber-security lessons - shared concerns, shared responses

Israel is under constant threat and conscription gives its army access to its brightest students - what can the UK learn from its approach to and understanding of cyber-terrorism?

Apprenticeships vs university

Lawrence Jones explains how apprenticeships can help to develop the next generation of technical engineers and innovators.

Ponemon study: business innovation and IT security often do not go hand in hand

New research from the Ponemon Institute in partnership with Micro Focus claims business innovation and IT security often do not go hand in hand.

Thank you to the bad guys

These tools address the rash of large-scale attacks and can fend off those to come, says Peter Stephenson, technology editor.