The latest methods are designed to manipulate, not destroy, says Darktrace
The rate of technology change is accelerating, but people are struggling to learn new skills fast enough to keep up
Panellists look at ways of instilling an organisation-wide security culture
University of Birmingham CISO: "I have severe doubts about the security of Facebook, and LinkedIn is going the same way"
The University of Birmingham faces security challenges from the local to the international level
Whether it is because of legal risks, reputational damage or concerns over business continuity, reporting cyber incidents is rare and pursuing them legally is even more so
Communication between the board and IT cannot be solely one way
George Tunnicliffe of the National Theatre called the GDPR "A massive advert for two-way security"
Security Summit 2017: You must understand the threats you're facing before spending money to counter them
Nick Ioannou of Ratcliffe Groves Partnership says that small businesses' agility can be a game changer in the war on cyber crime
Personalisation defines digital transformation, but the relationship is symbiotic
On audit and transparency yes, but right of erasure is not a good fit
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There is no quick fix when it comes to tackling vulnerabilities, says Jon Townsend
Forcepoint's Neil Thacker says you need to put people first when developing security strategy
With TalkTalk CEOs are saying 'Oh my gosh, we don't want to be the next one'
Almost half of attempted ransomware attacks have an impact, finds Computing's latest research
Vince Warrington, director, Protective Intelligence, explains why today's chief information security officer ultimately needs to know more about business than technology
Long accustomed to being the gatekeepers, security professionals are now mucking in and getting their hands dirty
Websense's Neil Thacker: companies should have a list of 'asset owners' to thwart attacks - but that will make it hard to pinpoint blame in event of a breach
It's arguably a case of not if, but when your organisation will be targeted by hackers. How can you prepare for the damage an attack might do?
A DDoS attack on the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead taught IT chief Rocco Labellarte that ticking boxes for compliance is not enough
Time for lock-down as ransomware attacks more than double in one year, according to Computing Research
Paul Watts describes how Network Rail has ratcheted up risk management at Computing's Enterprise Security Summit 2015
Be proactive rather than reactive, Ebuyer's Tarun Samtani tells Computing's Enterprise Security and Risk Management Summit
Organisations need to proactively monitor network activity, rather than looking at server logs