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Report: Industrial sector must make security top priority in digital transformation
Despite the industrial sector’s plans to explore digital transformation, the adoption of cybersecurity capabilities and technology are still low.
Cybercriminals taking over email accounts and scamming contacts
A new study from Barracuda has revealed an increasingly popular method of cybercrime - steal email credentials then steal money from colleagues.
NHS signs £150m cybersecurity deal with Microsoft – but is it enough?
Following the fiasco caused by the WannaCry ransomware attack nearly a year ago, NHS has bolstered its defences with a big investment.
Exclusive Interview: Crowdstrike and its partners - it’s reciprocal
ChannelLife had a chat with CrowdStrike's A/NZ channel director about what it has to offer their partners, and what its partners can offer them.
World’s first advanced blockchain identity lab to be built in Edinburgh
The £600,000 lab will explore ways in which blockchain technology can protect personal data from online scammers and cybercriminals.
Exclusive Interview - How partners can make the most from IoT
ChannelLife sits down with Ruckus Networks CCO to talk IoT - how to start, how to grow, and how to stay safe.
Photo gallery: Honeywell's Singapore Industrial Cyber Security Center of Excellence
Last week Honeywell officially opened its Singapore Cyber Security Center of Excellence in Changi Business Park. We were there to catch all the action
Honeywell opens Asia's first Industrial Cyber Security Center of Excellence in Singapore
Honeywell’s Industrial Cyber Security Center of Excellence is now fully operational in Singapore’s Changi Business Park - its first in Asia.
Artificial intelligence oversaturation – going beyond the buzzword
Understanding that attackers will be creative, technology alone cannot prevent every attack.
70% of security experts say social media should be government regulated
A survey has found the majority believe social media data collection needs to be regulated, despite having little faith in their governments.
Having the right connections: Are VPNs really fit for purpose?
Stuart Sharp says with remote working fast becoming commonplace in today’s business landscape, IT teams are being faced with a security conundrum.
Nearly half of UK IT workforce overworked and underpaid
The UK's IT workforce is being stretched to breaking point with employers placing priority on cybersecurity and tech innovation.
Australia joins NATO's Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence
“Australia welcomes the opportunity to deepen engagement with the world-leading cyber defence experts at the NATO CCDCOE."
‘World’s biggest’ DDoS market BUSTED, but experts remain cynical
Europol has announced another major takedown that is a triumph for the ‘good guys’, but experts say it only shows how easy it is for cybercriminals.
Bring on the fines: Survey finds most companies won’t be ready for GDPR
One month until GDPR comes into force and many companies are still not ready for the sanctions that come with up to €20m in fines or 4% of turnover.
Britain maintains it has the most cybersecure railway in Europe
“Cyber security in particular is vital. We must ensure the integrity of our systems so that we can run a safe and efficient railway.”
Tufin shares 5 common network security pitfalls among organisations
There are several common pitfalls that businesses can fall foul of when implementing their security policies - here's five of the most prominent.
Kaspersky Lab partners with Singapore academic institutions on cybersecurity education
Kaspersky Lab will work with three Singapore academic institutions to support the development of cybersecurity education.
Report finds UK manufacturers’ cybersecurity severely wanting
With the industry now one of the most targeted, EEF CEO Phipson says "manufacturers must urgently take appropriate steps to protect themselves."
Brisbane cybersecurity startup protects $1 billion worth of ICO funding from hackers
Entersoft’s ‘one stop shop’ approach to cybersecurity has paid off to the tune of $1 billion worth of initial coin offerings.
Damning report finds despite WannaCry attack, NHS still not patching
A government report has emerged that reveals despite the 'major' ransomware attack a year ago, the UK's NHS STILL has not learned its lesson.
Aura Information Security appoints new Australian territory sales manager
Aura Information Security has appointed Lisa Burgess as its new Australian territory sales manager.
Australia the best in the world... at being breached
Australia may have just cleaned up at the Commonwealth Games, but it appears the nation still has a lot to learn when it comes to cybersecurity.
'Honeypot' experiment exposes how hackers are doing their work
Cybereason created a fake financial services company with weak cybersecurity to reveal how cybercriminals are using bots to do all the grunt work.