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72% of organisations planning to implement Zero Trust capabilities in 2020

As 72% of organisations plan to implement Zero Trust capabilities in 2020 to mitigate growing cyber risk, nearly half (47%, in fact) of cyber security professionals lack confidence applying a Zero Trust model to their Secure Access architecture. That’s according to the 2020...
Posted On 04 Feb 2020
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Hacking and malware cause 75% of all data breaches in financial services sector

Bitglass has released its 2019 Financial Breach Report: The Financial Matrix. Each Year, Bitglass analyses the latest trends, the biggest breaches and the foremost threats facing financial services organisations. This year’s study finds that only 6% of all breaches in 2019 were...
Posted On 18 Dec 2019
Peter Barker of 3M
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Secure Mobile Working: Adopting a More Serious Approach in 2019

Over one third of the global workforce is already mobile. Indeed, this cohort is estimated to exceed 50% by 2025. That’s according to research conducted by industry analyst Quocirca last year, writes Peter Barker. Other studies suggest similar figures, so it’s fair to...
Posted On 02 Jan 2019
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Bitglass 2018 BYOD Report: “More than 50% of companies witness rise in mobile security threats”

Bitglass has released its 2018 Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Security Report. The analysis is based on a survey of nearly 400 enterprise IT experts who revealed the state of BYOD and mobile device security in their organisations. According to the detailed study, no less than 85%...
Posted On 19 Nov 2018
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BSI survey highlights “significant variations” in data security readiness within UK’s public sector

An in-depth survey conducted by the BSI’s Cyber Security and Information Resilience Centre of Excellence in conjunction with GovNewsDirect has unearthed a range of inconsistencies in terms of how prepared the UK’s public sector organisations really are for potential cyber...
Posted On 05 Sep 2018
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Meeting The Security Challenge of BYOD

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) refers to a policy which oversees employees using company networks and data on their personal devices. IT staff are often wary of such policies, but management seem to like them as they allow for a more streamlined workflow and a reduction in the...
Posted On 27 Jun 2018
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London Summit set to focus on “lack of quantification” in sphere of cyber security

Is no news good news when it comes to cyber security in your business? What are the hallmarks of excellence in this field? Phil Cracknell, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Homeserve, is speaking alongside senior public and private sector figures at the Cyber Security...
Posted On 07 Nov 2017
Chris Russell
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GDPR: The Compliance Countdown has Begun

New regulations governing how European organisations approach data security will be enshrined into law on 25 May, imposing a host of new data security obligations for businesses operating within the European Union (EU). Chris Russell explores the operational implications. The aim...
Posted On 19 May 2016
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Amthal launches debate on commercial building fire and security issues by publishing White Paper

Amthal Fire & Security has launched a new White Paper considering fire and security measures in commercial applications. The White Paper, which focuses on security in commercial applications, looks at issues faced by commercial owners, including employee theft, property and...
Posted On 09 Mar 2016
John Davies
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Security Policies: Going Back to Basics

With the ever-increasing integration between physical and logical security systems, there has never been a greater importance placed upon defining and maintaining the security culture within an organisation, writes John Davies. Given that increasingly complex security protocols...
Posted On 10 Feb 2016