Start-ups join the government-backed Cyber Accelerator with the aim of developing security products and services that will enhance the UK’s cyber defences.
What should we expect in the on-going arm-wrestle with cybercriminals as malware gets smart, devious and hard to find?
A report by the Public Accounts Committee has said that banks need to be held accountable for online fraud and the Home Office needs to show leadership.
SAP UK & Ireland User Group meet this week. SAP will face some testing questions. Here is my pre-event assessment around the top of mind topics.
There's potential for a clash between automated compliance management in security and the move to the end user community as the source of future innovations.
For England, is cyber security about creating jobs? For Scots, a condition for selling to government?
Scotland’s new heavily interventionist Cyber Security Public Sector Action Plan contrasts with London’s push for protection through security wage-earners
Twitter, Google and Facebook go in 'lawyered-up' to answer US Senate questions on Russia and the Presidential Election. The result - holding positions and obfuscation.
The National Audit Office’s report into the WannaCry cyber attack in May highlights a shocking lack of insight and control within the NHS.
Conventional wisdom says you should protect your data by keeping it close. In reality, it's more secure with SaaS companies, says New Relic's Lee Atchison
This week: accountants move past big data and AI denial, while Walmart and Disney make aggressive moves against rivals. CIOs fight for digital trust after data breaches - and your weekly whiffs.
When it comes to security issues many in the UK SMB community don’t understand they need it, and don’t know that they don’t understand it. The UK Government is trying to do something about it.
Amber Rudd says she's doesn't need to understand encryption to come to a conclusion on it. Yes, you do, Home Secretary, yes you damn well do!
The British Home Secretary wears her tech ignorance with pride. Sadly she's not alone, on both sides of the Atlantic. It's time for a digitally-savvy generation of policymakers.