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KB4-Con: This is How Nicole Perlroth Tells Us the World Ends

“We have never been closer to a cataclysmic cyber event,” warns Nicole Perlroth, New York Times’ cybersecurity journalist, at this year’s KB4-Con in Orlando, Florida. Perlroth begins her talk by painting a picture of today’s sombre reality, highlighting the threat of Russian cyberattacks on our critical infrastructure and the latest discovery of Pipedream – the seventh known malware developed to disrupt industrial control systems. When she first joined NYT in 2010, Perlroth was hired to...

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KB4Con 2022 – The Latest in Hacking Techniques with the World’s Most Famous Hacker

KB4Con 2022 ended on a high point as it involved an individual many of the attendees had been excited to hear from – someone who is widely considered to have coined the term hacking. It was none other than computing security consultant, author, “one-time world-most wanted hacker” and Chief Hacking Officer at KnowBe4, Kevin Mitnick. Kevin, who attend virtually via Zoom, was joined on stage by Colin Murphy, Chief Information Officer at KnowBe4. The talk...

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KB4Con 2022 – Cyber Resilience and the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Humanity has always embraced technology and, today, we are seeing increased IoT integration, cloud adoption and vast wave of remote workers who are connecting to more online infrastructures. However, this is leading many to question the cyber resiliency of organisations, particularly at a time when cyber-attacks are at an all-time high. In fact, according to respected engineer and technology author Peter Diamandis, “over the next ten years, we are going to see roughly 100 years...

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Live from KB4-Con: Security Culture in the Spotlight

“How strong is your security culture… and are you controlling it?” This is the question posed by Kai Roer, chief research officer and Perry Carpenter, chief strategy officer at KnowBe4 during their session entitled Security Awareness, Behaviour and Culture – The Key to Making it Work at KB4-Con in Orlando. The pair posited to the attendees of both partners and customers that security culture is widely regarded as a good thing by 94% of organisations...

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Cyber Expo Nineteen and Eskenzi PR and Marketing

Nineteen Group, organisers of the International Cyber Expo, today announces it has partnered with Queen’s Award for Enterprise winning technology PR agency, Eskenzi PR to help spread the word about the industry’s newest cybersecurity event.     Eskenzi PR has been a pillar within the industry for nearly three decades and brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Nineteen Group team. The agency currently offers PR support for over thirty tech companies worldwide.     ...

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Webinar: Secure Your Cloud Environment from Evolving Threats

The IT Security Guru has teamed up with Synopsys, a recognised leader in application security, to bring you the webinar, 'Secure Your Cloud Environment from Evolving Threats'. As the migration to the cloud continues at an unabated pace, the threats in the cloud are also increasing proportionally and evolving constantly. Data breaches, misconfiguration risks, weak identity and access management controls, insider threats, multi-cloud infrastructure, and increasing complexity are just a few of the many challenges...

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Nominations for 2022’s European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards NOW OPEN!

Now in its ninth successive year, the much-anticipated annual European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards, sponsored by KnowBe4 and Qualys, is now open for nominations. The awards have always been committed to celebrating the cybersecurity industry’s most coveted bloggers, vloggers, podcasters and social media influencers. Previous award winners have included renowned blogging and podcast stars such as Troy Hunt, the creator of Have I Been Pwned, Graham Cluley, Carole Theriault and Geoff White.   To be part of...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards 2021

Last night, with the help of our sponsors KPMG and Beazley, we celebrated this year’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards. Hosted in Canary Wharf, the awards were kick-started by Jenny Radcliffe, who delivered an amazing speech about what it is to be a woman in this industry, using FAQs to frame her talk. Before recognising this year’s 21 winners, our panellists had an insightful discussion about how we all can motivate and encourage other women to pursue a...

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PICCASO - which stands for "Privacy, InfoSec, Culture Change & Awareness Societal Organisation" - is a Special Interest Group (SIG) founded by CEO Steve Wright at Privacy Culture Limited June 2021,  with the driving purpose of opening conversations about why and how a culture of privacy should be embedded into organisations and be at the heart of privacy compliance & strategy. By discussing specialised privacy topics such as Culture, Behaviour, Change & Communication, and looking...

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Most Inspiring Women in Cyber Awards

The nominations for the IT Security Guru’s Most Inspiring Women in Cyber awards are finally out! We were absolutely blown away by the number of quality candidates that have come through, all of whom have made phenomenal contributions to the cybersecurity industry. As a reminder, the public was invited to put forward an individual they find remarkable. Each nominee then had to answer a set of further questions to complete the nomination process. In no...

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