Ryan O’Leary, pictured, VP Threat Research Centre at web security product company WhiteHat Security, discusses why running a bug bounty programme has become an increasingly popular method of improving their security posture.
Data management, machine learning, and cloud cost models will be top-of-mind for organizations this year. Tech leaders sound off on the other top technology trends that we will see in 2017.
The Commons Public Accounts Committee has released a report that heavily criticises the government’s approach to cyber security. It labeled the current cyber-security strategy as “inconsistent and chaotic” and said that the government has taken too long to “coordinate the ‘alphabet soup’ of agencies” protecting Britain in cyberspace.
From artificial intelligence, to predictive analytics, to ransomware security, to the changing role of the chief data officer, tech leaders sound off on the top technology trends that we will see in 2017.
Most of us are familiar with the film, or at least the phrase, Groundhog Day – made popular by the cult film starring Bill Murray.
Data Privacy Day 2017 is here, and we're reminded once again of the need to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices.
2016 saw a record number of data breaches and this demonstrates that organisations, both large and small, still have a lot to learn when it comes to data privacy.
Data privacy and protection is a compelling issue. Just last week, WhatsApp came under fire over a supposed ‘backdoor’ that could potentially be used to siphon supposedly confidential communications.
Privacy settings on our favorite apps aren’t always intuitive. In fact, they can be downright head-scratching to users who trust that their apps are keeping their private information under wraps.
Once the preserve of Bitcoin, blockchain is starting to show its enterprise potential.
It's a fair question in light of attempts by authorities investigating the slaying of an Arkansas man to obtain voice recordings collected by an Amazon Echo speaker and its Alexa digital assistant.
Security needs to be baked into IoT devices for there to be any chance of halting a DDoS attack, according to security experts.