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Can advancing cybersecurity techniques keep pace with new attack vectors in 2019?

A look back through a volatile 2018 has seen the cyber security landscape move towards an even more complex picture. This has been driven by the increased volume and diversity

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2019 Security And Defence Predictions

The things that have been holding back Russia, China, North Korea and Iran from a critical infrastructure attack on the U.S. could shift. When it comes to nation state threats on

Software

AI in cyber security: a help or a hindrance?

AI has the possibility of being deployed by both sides: those looking to attack and those looking to defend.With a disappearing IT perimeter, a widening skills gap and the increasing sophistication

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Red-hot cyber: 5 cyber security startups next in line for the Unicorn Crown

Following the warning from MPs that the UK is ‘wholly’ unprepared to stop a devastating cyber attack, Information Age looks at the top cyber security start-ups. With big-tech companies looking

Software

Cyberwarfare: the danger and potential answers

Following comments by, Nick Carter, Chief of the Defence Staff, the most senior uniformed military adviser to the Secretary of State for Defence and the Prime Minister, Information Age quizzed

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Understanding the art of phishing

The goal is to trick the recipient into believing the email is genuine, with the intention of getting the target to either download malware, or hand over personal information.Using cyber-attacks

Hardware/Network

In Praise Of The Hackers

Buried treasure is not just the stuff of fiction and legend. For at least some of our ancestors, it was quite simply the most effective means of protecting prized possessions

Hardware/Network

Deflecting DDoS – Key Tactics in the Battle Against IoT-Powered Attacks

What makes a DDoS successful? I asked myself that question at the end of August when the central bank of Spain, Banco d’Espana, was hit by a DDoS attack that

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Security automation can help IT teams limit cyberattack risks

Attacks are becoming largely automated forcing security solutions to provide multiple layers of defence. Basic forms of automation in IT management could already greatly help in keeping networks and infrastructure

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Software testing and cyber-security: The forgotten defence

There is one critical way by which you can stay one-step ahead and that’s by ensuring your defensive software is doing its job.Cyber-attacks can take a variety of forms from