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European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards 2020 – Winners Announced!

The winners of the 2020 European Cybersecurity Blogger Awards were announced last night in an event with a twist. Forgoing the usual booze up in a pub close to Infosecurity Europe this year, the awards ceremony went virtual! And thanks to Qualys, the headline sponsor, cocktail kits were sent to all registered finalists to join in for an online cocktail-making class given by Patrick Fogarty of Doctor Ink’s Curiosities / Stir Crazy. Judges Yvonne Eskenzi...

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DBIR 2020

by Eoin Keary, CEO and founder of Edgescan: For the third year running Edgescan contributed to the Verizon DBiR. The DBiR is recognized as the defacto cyber report which casts a wide net across all types of cyber security and breaches, this includes vulnerability management in both infrastructure and applications. Edgescan vulnerability data is curated and validated, sanitised and reflects tens of thousands of assessments we deliver globally across the full stack to our clients. As stated by...

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ISACA London Chapter Launches Membership Assistance Programme

Saying that we live in unprecedented times might be an understatement if there ever was one. People across the globe – those lucky enough to still have their job that is – have been forced to learn how to work from home, with the noise of children demanding attention, pets barking in the background and no chance to go out for a Friday night pint to wind down. But, if there is an industry that...

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Securing Docker with CIS Controls

Containers, along with orchestrators such as Kubernetes, have ushered in a new era of application development methodology, enabling microservices architectures as well as continuous development and delivery. Docker is by far the most dominant container runtime engine, with a 91% penetration according to the State of the Container and Kubernetes Security Report. Containerization has many benefits and as a result has seen wide adoption. Gartner predicts that by 2023, 70% of organizations will be running...

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Case study: Softcat Prevails Over Cybercrime With KnowBe4

With a multitude of awards, ranging from CRN’s ‘Public Sector Reseller of the Year’ to Great Places to Work and Best Managed IT Provider, Softcat is one of the largest and most reputable resellers of technology solutions and services in the United Kingdom. Its team of over 1,300 employees in offices across Britain and Ireland, help clients to find the right software for their needs, provide expert advice and support organisations through full infrastructure transformations....

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Verizon published today its yearly Data Breach Investigation Report, based on real-world data from 41,686 security incidents and 2,013 data breaches provided by 73 data sources, both public and private entities, spanning 86 countries worldwide. The report provides a most useful snapshot of the current state of the fight against cybercrime, and highlights not only the weaknesses in organisations' approach to security, but also the areas where cybercriminals seem to be focussing their efforts. IT...

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The topic of the NHSX COVID-19 contact tracing app has been at the centre of many security debates lately. The discussion has been fuelled by security professionals, conspiracy theorists, and everyone in-between. However, many of the voices have not represented the British population that the application is designed to protect. With this in mind, Anomali, a cybersecurity company specialising in threat intelligence and analysis, conducted a survey of the British public in order to ascertain...

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Dogs on Zoom Call

A new nationwide study commissioned by Eskenzi PR, a Queen’s award-winning Tech PR agency and carried out by OnePoll, examined how video conferencing has changed workers’ perception of their colleagues. The results, announced today, have found that nearly half (40%) of UK workers judge their colleagues on how their house looks over video conferencing. Fortunately, of those who admit letting the appearance of their co-workers' houses influence their opinion of them, 28% say they now view their co-workers...

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The UK Workforce Prefers Working Remotely

On Sunday, the UK's Prime Minister spoke to the country to outline the next steps of the country-wide lockdown that was imposed last March to control the spread of the Coronavirus. Social distancing measures have forced an estimated 20 million people to work from their home, and if we consider that, as of December 2019, the people who reported working from home in the UK were a mere 1.7, the habit shift brought by the...

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Computer with encryption

From: Thomas, Kevin Sent: 24 August 2019 10:43 To: Malik, Javvad Subject: Encryption Jav I’m updating the presentation pack for this months management meeting. Can you send me a short description of encryption so the SLT can better understand the solution. Kev From: Malik, Javvad Sent: 24 August 2019 11:03 To: Thomas, Kevin Subject: Encryption Hi Kevin, Encryption is the process of transforming information using an algorithm to make it unreadable to anyone except those...

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