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Security, collaboration and development trends driving enterprise app adoption in EMEA according to Okta Businesses @ Work Report

Okta, Inc., the leading independent provider of identity for the enterprise, today announced the results of its first EMEA focused Businesses @ Work report, which uses anonymised data from Okta’s customer base to shed light on the way apps are used within the enterprise.   Zoom, a provider of enterprise video communications technology, is the fastest growing application within EMEA ... Read More »

‘It’s not the everything, it’s the people: challenging traditional managed services partnerships’

David Millar, services director,
Axians UK

A managed service for the network requires a strong partnership. There needs to be integration; not just tools, but the right people. This reminds me of Ants and Aphids, who have a symbiotic relationship where they mutually benefit from their working bond. This is how I see a successful culture of managed services, where a partnership is formed.   Managed ... Read More »

Banking Trojan discovered to be hitting Japan and others for Years

The hackers behind the Ursnif banking trojan have been hitting the likes of Japan, Australia and North Korea with malware. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times Read More »

Make Sure Your Organisation is Not Hit by a Cyber Attack

With cyber attacks dominating the front pages in recent months, don’t let your organisation be the next headline!   View Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: CITY AM Read More »

Cyber attacks seen as act of war says EU governments

Cyber attacks will now be seen as an act of war as European Governments display strength and togetherness to countries like Russia and North Korea. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: The Telegraph Read More »

Top security data found on USB stick at heathrow airport

A USB stick containing confidential data is being investigated by officials at it was found left in the street at Heathrow airport. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Sky News Read More »

Predictive Analytics: Fad or the Future of Cyber Security?

Mike Hemes,,
Regional Director, A10 Networks

They’re called superforecaster. A subset of human study volunteers who have an uncanny ability to predict the future better than the general populous. Who are these individuals? According to The Washington Post, the superforecaster term was coined by University of Pennsylvania professor Philip Tetlock. His 20-year study — explained in detail in “Expert Political Judgment: How Good Is It? How Can ... Read More »

Immersive Labs introduces ‘The Digital Cyber Academy’

Immersive Labs, the highly accoladed UK cyber security startup that helps companies identify and develop talent through a unique cloud-based cyber training and assessment platform, will launch The Digital Cyber Academy (DCA) on October 19th, at Level 39, Canary Wharf, London. The DCA encourages full-time students around the world to develop cyber skills by immersing users in real-world exercises through ... Read More »

Swedish Transport Agency hit by DDoS attack

Sweden’s Transport Agency has been hit by a series of DDoS attacks forcing the official website of Transportstyrelsen to go offline. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Hackread Read More »

Ransomware sale value in the millions!

$6million. That is the total estimated value of ransomware sales on the dark web market places. Crazy to think it used to cost $250,000 only a year ago. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet Read More »