The next five years in security: more zero-days, more ransomware and more espionage with AI deployed on both sides, warns LME CISO Russell Wing

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Russell Wing, head of information security at the London Metal Exchange, presenting at Computing's second Cybersecurity Summit in October 2017
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Russell Wing, head of information security at the London Metal Exchange, presenting at Computing's second Cybersecurity Summit in October 2017

GDPR won't just mean potential fines for IT security compromises, warns Wing, it will provide a 'guide price' for cyber criminals

Russell Wing, the head of information security at the London Metal Exchange, has warned that the next five years in IT security will bring greater risks in the form of zero-day threats, increasingl...

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