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Cyber Crime meaning computer-orientated crime is on the rise. Over the last six years there have been over 3 billion record breaches. Cyber Crimes can be described as actions committed against a group or an individual with criminal motive to intentionally damage the people involved. Regardless of whether you run a business or have a mobile phone, everyone is at risk of a cyber attack. Cyber Crimes that cross the borders of countries and threaten foreign organisations are sometimes referred to as Cyberwarfare.

Forms of Cyber Crimes

These Crimes can come in many different forms most common of which being, Phishing, File Hijacker, Screenshot manager, Hacking etc.
Therefore considering the rapid increase of Cyber Crime, it is essential that cyber security professionals keep updated with development and learning how to prevent and recover from attacks.

 

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Cybersecurity threats to the COVID-19 vaccine

Raymond Pompon, Director of F5 Labs, looks at the cybersecurity threats to the COVID-19 vaccine amid the rise in cyber attacks since the onset of the pandemic.
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Cyber insurance is no longer a luxury, but a necessity

Aleksander Jarosz, Threat Intelligence Analyst at EclecticIQ, discusses why cyber insurance is a vital investment for businesses as the workplace becomes increasingly digital during the pandemic.
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CISOs struggle to alert C-suite to cyber threats within their organisation

Miles Tappin, VP of EMEA at ThreatConnect, discusses why it is essential for CISOs to explain to their fellow C-suite executives and board of directors how at risk their organisations actually are from cyber events.
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How to protect your passwords so they can protect you

Christine Sabino, Senior Associate at Hayes Connor, explains why password protection is so important and advises how you can protect your passwords from fraud.
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Chinese tech: Who really has the keys to your access control system?

Despina Stamatelos at Genetec discusses tensions between China and western liberal democracies, illustrating how this impacts cyber security - do you know who has the keys to your access control system?
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Is it time to bolster your cybersecurity with managed data and response?

Tim Bandos, CISO at Digital Guardian, explores what managed data and response (MDR) entails and what the benefits are that it offers.
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How digital identities can help manage misinformation

Stephen Ritter, Chief Technology Officer at Mitek, discusses how digital identities can play into the world of fake news and misinformation.
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Is the future of cybersecurity passwordless?

Gerald Beuchelt, CISO at LogMeIn, looks to the future of cybersecurity and proposes that workplaces will be passwordless soon enough.
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R&D investments spearhead cyber security defence

The Digital Security by Design (DSbD) challenge received two new funding awards which will help prevent cyber security attacks.
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Solving all your Cyber Security issues

Here, EHJ & SJ Consultancy discuss the convergence of the Digital Transformation Era with Cyber Security.
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Could technology be the answer to tackling fraud?

Caroline Bimson, Practice Manager - Business and Digital Consulting, Atkins, explores how the government is tackling fraud and the three key technological developments that can help with their efforts.
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Preventing cybersecurity risks in healthcare

Craig Atkins, Managing Director at 1-Fix Limited, discusses the ongoing problem of cybersecurity risks in healthcare.
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FBI warning on election interference applies to public sector organisations

Pascal Geenens, director of threat intelligence for Radware, looks at the misinformation risks facing public sector organisations in 2020 - who is to blame?
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How to know if you have been hacked

Jade Mansfield from Criterion Systems, advises how to take back control if you've been hacked, how to spot unusual behaviour and how to secure your accounts to leave them less vulnerable in the future.
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How to protect sensitive data in the era of virtual communications

Michael Paye, CTO, Netwrix, discusses how public sector organisations can protect sensitive data in the era of virtual communications.
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NHS Trusts must step up cyber security ahead of Data Protection and Security Toolkit...

AJ Thompson, CCO at Northdoor plc, highlights the need for NHS Trusts to demonstrate GDPR compliance and protect its infrastructure ahead of the new Data Protection and Security Toolkit (DPST) deadline.
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5 ways to prevent data breaches and cyber attacks

The British Assessment Bureau has compiled a list of 5 preventative measures for organisations to avoid data breaches and cyber attacks.
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Russia behind APT29 cyberattack on UK vaccine trials

Today (16 July) the UK Government confirmed an APT29 cyberattack, on the UK's COVID-19 vaccine trials and previously the 2019 General Election.
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How to mitigate cybersecurity vulnerabilities faced in the public sector

Nash Kapoor, VP EMEA at Alsid, discusses the key consideration for local governments looking to protect digital infrastructure from cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
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Remote working and the rise of cybercriminals

Stephen Burke, CEO and founder of Cyber Risk Aware, discusses how organisations can do their own ‘health check’, train their employees in real-time and adopt cybersecurity best practice in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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