EclecticIQ's Aleksander Jarosz on minimising the risk of lockdowns, data theft and disruption
Aims to make it easier for developers to add end-to-end cryptography to their apps
City officials voted eight-to-one to ban facial recognition use by law enforcement, with the ban to come into effect next week.
Service launched on Press Freedom Day
Bug bounty did its job, says David Galindo
Christian Rodriguez collaborated with the FBI to bring down Mexican drug lord
The NHS has been ridiculed for its continued use of outdated equipment but it lacks the funding to improve
Technical director Ian Levy says it will be "awesome if it works"
Artificial intelligence is often confused with automation, but they are separate and distinct solutions to a common problem
Would you settle for door locks or invest in a burglar alarm too?
Moving to the cloud doesn't mean outsourcing your entire security infrastructure, argues Max Heinemeyer of Darktrace
IT decision makers throughout the US and Europe misunderstand the hype around AI and ML
Improves compatibility with other services
Kevin Fielder, CISO of food delivery service Just Eat, is using gamification and automation to bring security to the forefront
What drives security changes: people or technology?
Government departments have autonomy in how they comply with the new rules
Cloud Access Security Broker technology is a fast growing market, and aims to help organisations apply security policies across the cloud. It's an answer to a long-standing problem, but which option is the best fit for your environment, and how do you...
'If the NSA tells you to get ready for quantum computers then you'd better get ready'
With Google, Mozilla and Microsoft all adopting the passwordless standards, FIDO2 is a 'strong regulatory fit' with GDPR and PSD2
Combining systems should lower response times
A crypto-anchor ties a physical product to the blockchain
IBM is targeting companies with critical data in the cloud or on-prem that could be at risk of being breached
Phishing is one of the most popular forms of hacking, and incidents are rising
SOC teams spend more than £11 million per year triaging threats