Latest Articles in cybersecurity

Tripwire Collaborates with NIST on Cybersecurity Practice Guide

The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE), a part of the NIST, partnered with Tripwire on developing NIST SP 1800-11

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University Cybersecurity Breaches Doubled in Past Two Years with Hackers Targeting Research

Cybersecurity breaches at institutions including Oxford, Warwick and University College London have doubled in the past two years

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Gartner Analyst says Biggest Security Challenge Is Shortage of Skills

Brian Pereira from BW CIO World met Tom Scholtz, VP and Gartner Fellow on the side lines of the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit in Mumbai. Tom tells us how organisations around the world are coping with this challenge, by outsourcing their security to managed security service providers. To

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LinkedIn’s Private Bug Bounty Program Fails to Safeguard Users

About 500 million LinkedIn users are said to be at risk

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Gartner Recommends CARTA Approach to Secure Digital Businesses

New security framework propounds continuous monitoring and risk assessing of business networks and ecosystem infrastructure

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BT Appoints Juni Yan as VP for Security in AMEA

She will be in charge of all aspects of BT’s cybersecurity business in the region

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Mandating Cybersecurity for CNI Companies

This mandate comes on the heels of the EU’s impending General Data Protection Regulations

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Infosys, Purdue University build Strategic Alliance for Technology Innovation and US Workforce Development

Alliance will foster engagement and innovation on cybersecurity, biopharma analytics, autonomous mobility, digital agriculture, artificial intelligence and data analytics

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Why it’s Essential for an Independent India to Focus on Cyber Security?

The government of India is also coming up with a legal framework to deal with cyber security attacks

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Businesses Face £17m Fine for Poor Cybersecurity Plans Under New Directive

A large proportion of organisations are not very good at responding to incidents

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