It is little more than three months until March and the touted date for the UK to activate Article 50 to start the formal process of leaving the European Union. Uncertainty still prevails in the whole Brexit debate which is sure to maintain its spot of prominence … |More
Frank’s Financial New Year’s Resolution | Commissum in the Mortgage Finance Gazette & at Mutual Vision’s Cyber Conference
Once again January has rolled around. With Christmas and New Year already feeling like a distant memory, thoughts turn to the year ahead for many people. 2016 was a busy year in cybersecurity terms, with the rise of ransomware, massive DDoS attacks from the zombified botnet-of-things and … |More
We haven’t heard much lately about the Investigatory Powers Bill – dubbed the “Snooper’s Charter” by its opponents – and to be fair there’s been quite a lot on. We’ve had Brexit and its fallout, the Rio Olympics, Internet of Things botnets running wild, and now President-elect … |More
News broke back in March 2016 that several major law firms in the US had been breached by hackers. This may have slipped somewhat under the radar, as just a few days later came the announcement of the Mossack Fonseca leak (it was also a breach), but … |More
Cybersecurity is one of the most exciting and progressive careers out there. Computing and STEM graduates currently have their pick of cybersecurity career paths as the number of opportunities seems to greatly outstrip the number of candidates.
With the average salary for cybersecurity jobs on the up … |More