Next Issue

In the next issue of Verdict Encrypt, out in November, we’ll be looking at the plans to fine companies that are subject to hacks, as well as consider the concerning rise in accidental leaks of major caches of sensitive information. With everyone from Fortune 500 customers to US voters’ data left exposed, is it simply a matter of widespread poor practices, or are there other factors at play?

In addition, we get rare insight into Germany’s cybersecurity strategy with a visit to the soon-to-be home of CODE, the country’s premier cyber defence centre. We hear from the centre’s director about the country’s plans for cyber defence, and discover her perspective on the current state of cybersecurity.

Plus, we’ll look at how sophisticated denial of service attacks are wreaking havoc in online gaming and how they could spread to other industries, and we find out how AI can add a firmer foundation to your organisation’s cybersecurity strategy.


Editor | Lucy Ingham

Deputy Editor | Daniel Davies

Writers | Chris Lo, Billy Bambrough

Publishing Assistant | Callum Tyndall

Magazine Designers | Francesco Cianciulli,

Paulius Zutautas

Graphic Designers | Kate Cuntapay,

Lorena Martinez, Marzia Compassi,

Anett Arc, Sara Basto

Lead Designer | John Hammond

Group Editor | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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