Cyber Security

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Cyber-attack could cost global economy more than costliest natural disaster in US history, says Lloyds

Lloyd’s of London has warned that a major cyber-attack could cause problems that cost as much as $120bn (£92bn) to rectify. Read More

The international league table of cybersecurity: How cyber-safe is your country?

The infographic below details the countries that are the most and least safe in terms of vulnerability to cyber-attack. Full […] Read More

We treat biometrics as ‘plug and play’: in the boardroom with ImageWare Systems

IFSEC media partner SecuritySolutionsWatch.com spoke to Jim Miller, chairman and CEO of ImageWare Systems Inc, a developer of identity management solutions. Read More

Petya/GoldenEye: Cybersecurity experts respond to ransomware attack

The latest ransomware virus to sweep the globe started in Ukraine after users there downloaded a popular tax accounting package […] Read More

Cyber awareness is everyone’s job

Only through real collaboration can organisations protect themselves from attack, says Mike Gillespie. Read More

How Physical Access Systems will be affected by GDPR

With GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) set to go into effect in May, security professionals must have a plan for […] Read More

The 6 most common cybersecurity mistakes companies make

National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) provide insight from 800 incident reports they collected. Read More

Businesses have been hacked whether they realise it or not, expert warns

There are two types of businesses - those who know they’ve been hacked and those who don’t know they’ve hacked - a leading security expert has said. Read More

Hanwha Techwin demonstrates Wisenet HD+ and focuses on cybersecurity at IFSEC 2017

During IFSEC, Hanwha Techwin is providing live demonstrations of the company’s various camera and NVR products. Read More

The Cyber Intelligence and Security Centre: Businesses are “only seeing 50% of the problem”

If cybersecurirty is now firmly under the media spotlight, a key vulnerability is routinely ignored: people, not the network. We spoke to James Taylor of The Cyber Intelligence and Security Centre and Greg Oakley of its sister company, Sorinteq, to find out more. Read More