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Putting your head in the cloud to become GDPR compliant

Paul Blore,,
MD at Netmetix

GDPR is coming and is set to have a huge impact on UK businesses. From high-tech to agriculture, every modern business has huge volumes of data that will have to be stored, secured and managed in a way that is compliant with the new regulation.  That’s all very well and good if you are a huge company that can throw ... Read More »

Can you prevent the mega breach?

Amol Kulkarni,,
Sr. Vice President, Engineering at CrowdStrike

The threat landscape today is more complex and more dangerous than it has ever been. Where once hackers tended to operate individually, now organisations face much more sophisticated threats from organised eCriminal groups, hacktivists, and nation-state adversaries. The immense resources and know-how that these cybercriminals can deploy means that organisations need to update their approach to security. If they do ... Read More »

One in four UK workers have maliciously leaked business data

 Egress Software Technologies, a leading data privacy and risk management company, has released research to understand how work email is frequently misused by UK employees. The research revealed that a significant number of workers have purposefully shared confidential business information outside their organisation (24 per cent), typically to competitors, or new and previous employers. In addition, half of all respondents ... Read More »

Hetzner Hacked

Hetzner, a key data base operated by a large South African data center operator has been hacked, leaving the company to advise clients to change their passwords immediatley. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Tech Central Read More »

Marissa Mayer to Testify at Data Breach Senate Hearing

Ex-Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer will testify, alongside the current and past Equifax CEO’s, in front of Senators on Nov. 8th, on two massive data breaches. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Fortune Read More »

Over half (54%) of German IT and Security Staff confess to Snooping on Sensitive Information about their Company’s Performance

Over half (54%) of German IT and security staff confess to snooping on sensitive information about their company’s performance according to a recent study from One Identity of over 900 IT and security professionals from seven different countries. This is in contrast to the 42% of UK security and IT employees that confessed to snooping on sensitive corporate information. In ... Read More »

Gov’ facing Calls to let Victims of Data Breach’s force Compensation

Which! is calling on the Government to crerate new rights for people who have been the victims of a data breach. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Guardian Read More »

Funeral Home Hacked, used to Run Online Scams

A Louisiana Funeral Home has fallen victim to hackers, who have been emailing customers asking for money. Read Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Bleeping Computer Read More »

New Study Reveals Brands Fail to Use Customer Data to Deliver Personalised Digital Experiences

Sitecore, the global leader in experience management software, today released results of a global study[1] conducted in partnership with Vanson Bourne,  to understand how brands are managing the data they collect from consumers, securing and analysing it, and using it to deliver a more personalised customer experience. The research, which included 50 marketing and IT decision makers, and 500 consumers ... Read More »

Marrying machine and human threat intelligence for ultimate security

Richard Betts,,
Head of International Financial Services at Anomali

Despite the gloomy cyber attack headlines, many organisations are moving along the cyber security maturity curve and the adoption of intelligence led security strategies has increased. One of the main drivers is the sheer volume of data that comes in and out of a business, which makes it difficult to divulge actionable insight. A lot of data that is not ... Read More »