Why police need the skills to counter cybercrime

With cybercrime a growing problem, large-scale investment in developing police skills and attracting cyber-aware officers is vital

Five ways to get staff behind cyberdefence

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Optimising employee engagement has many benefits, not least bolstering cybersecurity and reducing the likelihood of insider threats

AI in cybersecurity: a new tool for hackers?

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Use of artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity is enabling IT professionals to predict and react to emerging cyberthreats quicker and more effectively than ever before. So how can they expect to respond when AI falls into the wrong hands?

Should you employ a former black hat hacker?

In hacking, as in life, it is not just good and bad, black and white: there is a grey area

Data breaches: why speed is key to keeping public trust

In the age of social media and public relations crises snowballing out of control, the ensuing hours after a data breach can make or break a company’s reputation

Cybercrime is learning from business, and it’s paying off

The low startup costs and huge profits associated with cybercrime have resulted in a thriving industry, and no companies – regardless of sector or size – are safe from its reach

What ‘G0d’ taught us about Germany’s cybersecurity

An advent calendar of cyberattacks revealing the confidential data of thousands of German public figures revealed just how far behind the country is when it comes to its cyberdefences

Manufacturing cyberattacks could cripple the UK

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The potential for international cyberwarfare could put manufacturers in the firing line as hackers go after vital services and large-scale industrial facilities