There are many moving parts to a successful network security strategy, everything that makes a network a network such as e-mails, web requests and file transfers is a potential ‘route in’ for a security or compliancy issue. It’s important for those managing enterprise IT Systems to know everything about them, every bit of information is pertinent to ensuring a smoothly run operation.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus were released around the world with much fanfare last week. As Apple's newest smartphone, the company have improved some of the main features found on current products, as well as adding new ones such as wireless charging. Subscribers can order the new iPhone from most of the major mobile networks, for example here in the UK EE Mobile, O2, Vodafone, Carphone Warehouse, Three Mobile and Sky Mobile.
Second hand games and electronics store CeX last week issued a statement notifying their customers of a massive online security breach. CeX said that everything from passwords, customers’ names, physical addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and encrypted data from expired credit and debit cards from 2009 were exposed in an attack conducted by “an unauthorized third party” that illegally accessed the company’s computer systems.
Sarah is an experienced B2B technology marketing expert, creating thought provoking and informative content for the Cyber Security, Telco and Government Infrastructure sectors.
on Thursday, 17 August 2017.
‘Blizzard Entertainment Hit With Weekend DDoS Attack’, ‘World of Warcraft, Overwatch, Hearthstone and other games hit by DDoS’ and ‘Kids these days: the 16-year-old behind 1.7 million DDoS attacks’ are just three of the headlines about DDoS attacks in August, I didn’t open the other 19,000 results. I think it is fair to say that DDoS attacks are a very real threat, the tools for which are easily accessible or bought and unfortunately potential victims are currently not prepared for an attack.
Unless you having been hiding under a rock or binge watching the new Game of Thrones series, you will have heard about the latest ‘big’ hack currently playing out in the press. HBO, the studio behind some of the most successful shows on TV, such as Game of Thrones (GoT) has been hacked.
Steve is an experienced technical B2B product manager and leader, former board member and all round expert on everything cyber, telecom. Steve is a frequent speaker on topics including security breaches, big data analytics, audit and compliance, and IT forensics.
Despite a recent trend towards organisations outsourcing network security to third party management companies, a recent study conducted by Forcepoint clearly shows that most enterprises actually prefer internally managed full network visibility, control and flexibility to make their own choices about changes.
Whether you’re a venture capitalist wanting to invest in the next Apple or Facebook, or an engineer searching for the most innovative company to work for, Silicon Valley is to the tech world what Stonehenge is to a druid.
It’s a challenging puzzle – network data is increasing at a rate faster than virtually all network analytics, security and forensics platforms can keep up with. Legacy network and behavioural analytics platforms drown in the resultant data lake.
This year’s Infosecurity Europe began rather soggily at the Olypmia in London on Tuesday morning but the clouds soon cleared for an impressive and informative 3 days of keynotes, training and exhibitions, with over 17,972 visitors from over 77 countries, the show was a hive of cyber security innovation and education.
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