For consumers, the growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) means more and more objects in their home are now linked to the internet, and are potentially at risk of cyberattacks, or of revealing personal data in privacy breaches.
What is cyber security?
Protection for your internet-connected systems in regards to the data from any cybercrime or fraud is what cyber security is all about. According to Manan Ghadawala, the founder of 21Twelve Interactive, it’s when you have an individual confidential document, and you keep them safe and secure in a place where no one except you has access to it.
Cyber security technology commercialisation company, Crossword Cybersecurity plc, has released insights from its global review of academic cyber security research. The new database looked at nearly 1,200 current and past research projects from academic institutions in the United Kingdom, United States, Europe, Australia, and Africa.
For many Swiss companies, the risk of cyber attacks and data theft is now part of their day-to-day lives. The country needs to train many more experts of its own – people who will be familiar with the multifarious kinds of cyber risks and know how to tackle them.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is set to make a sizeable contribution to the economy by 2023. This is according to a new global study launched by the mobile satellite communications company,
Outpost24, an innovator in identifying and managing cyber-security exposure, announced the results of a survey conducted at Infosecurity Europe, which looked at the attitudes of 269 IT professionals and revealed that UK organisations
KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, and Cylance Inc., the company that revolutionised endpoint security by delivering AI-powered threat prevention, announced an alliance to protect enterprises with predictive AI-based security solutions and specialised services.
Britain and France’s leading tech sectors will be brought closer together with plans for a digital conference – or digital colloque – to promote deeper integration in the digital economy. So says the UK government’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Secretary, Matt Hancock.
The potential for Internet of Things (IoT) technology to drive innovation, efficiency, and increased productivity in the agricultural sector is at risk, as agritech businesses must urgently upskill current employees and embark on recruitment drives to ensure they have the capabilities to deliver the technology.
China Unicom has partnered with Huawei to deploy Huawei’s AntiDDoS8000 products on backbone network nodes across China. This constitutes the largest anti-DDoS system on China Unicom’s network and provides comprehensive anti-DDoS protection capabilities for their customers.
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