July 04, 2020
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Too many security tools weaken enterprise incident response, study finds
Too many security tools weaken enterprise incident response, study finds

By Davey Winder

Missing the wood for the trees. Those with large numbers of tools must make sure the staff, expertise, and proper organisational alignments, expectations, and structures are in place.

 
 
FREE SC Digital Congress 2020 - Watch from home, best practice on protecting staff doing the same
FREE SC Digital Congress 2020 - Watch from home, best practice on protecting staff doing the same

By SC Staff

A second chance to catch up on the expert presenters, panelists and demonstrators on staying secure in the new normal - including a candid update on how Nato's cyber command coped in Europe.

 
 
SC Digital Congress: How has working from home impacted women in cyber? Is it a plus or a minus?
SC Digital Congress: How has working from home impacted women in cyber? Is it a plus or a minus?

By SC Staff

Women can be set up for failure if they have not got the qualifications and experience to perform the role, and then are not supported. WFH requires more support & flexibility to have a life and do a job.

 
 
SC Digital Congress: NATO cybersecurity chief: ‘We may never return to offices 100 per cent’
SC Digital Congress: NATO cybersecurity chief: ‘We may never return to offices 100 per cent’

By Andrew McCorkell

Keynote speaker for SC Media UK's digital congress, NATO Cyber Security Centre chief Ian West tells delegates about how the agency faced the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

 
 
Top CISOs discuss accelerating change and how to manage risk amid Covid-19 lockdowns
Top CISOs discuss accelerating change and how to manage risk amid Covid-19 lockdowns

By Andrew McCorkell

CISOs from Microsoft, Aldermore Bank and EY joined the SC Magazine Virtual Conference in a session called CISO panel discussion: leadership lessons and best practice in unprecedented times.

 
 
SC Congress Europe 2020: Cybercrime impact is 1.6% of GDP says Raj Samani
SC Congress Europe 2020: Cybercrime impact is 1.6% of GDP says Raj Samani

By Tony Morbin

We are not getting our point across - we're seen as IT geeks. Even GDPR forced ‘Who Is’ to go dark and it's one of the first steps for law enforcement fighting crime to see who registered a domain.

 
 
Alina point-of-sale malware using DNS to steal credit card info
Alina point-of-sale malware using DNS to steal credit card info

By Rene Millman

DNS tunnelling used to exfiltrate data from retail systems - primarily stolen credit card information.

 
 
Lockdown sees rise in brute force attacks of over 100,000 daily
Lockdown sees rise in brute force attacks of over 100,000 daily

By Rene Millman

Windows Remote Desktop Protocol gets hit hard by hackers seeking to take advantage of employees working from home.

 
 
Cybersecurity experts 'under-equipped' to tackle Covid-19 remote working demands
Cybersecurity experts 'under-equipped' to tackle Covid-19 remote working demands

By Andrew McCorkell

IT professionals are struggling to keep pace with the increased demands brought on by a massive increase in remote working, according to research from ManageEngine.

 
 
UK cybersecurity industry calls for an overhaul of Computer Misuse Act
UK cybersecurity industry calls for an overhaul of Computer Misuse Act

By Rene Millman

The 30-year-old legislation is out of date, a coalition of cybersecurity experts and industry leaders tells the UK's Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

 
 
Why Edgescan were one of SC Europe 2020 award winners
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Why Edgescan were one of SC Europe 2020 award winners

The SC Europe Awards celebrate the companies, products and people that excel in cybersecurity. We find out what endeared the judges to Edgescan this year

 
 

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Four tips on enterprise security for communication and collaboration
 
 
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Securing the data flow in the corporate cloud ecosystem
 
 
Why the password will never die
Why the password will never die

By Emmanuel Schalit

 
 
The future of work: how secure is your secure workforce?
 
 
As companies adopt AI/ML for cybersecurity they need to ensure they realise its full potential
 
 
Covid-19, contact tracing and the data privacy challenge
 
 
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