Looking ahead

Next Issue

In the next issue of Verdict Encrypt, out in November, we’ll be looking at the spate of data breaches caused by unsecured databases that has occurred this year. We’ll consider why such a basic error is being made so frequently and by such high-profile organisations, and why it is causing such significant financial and reputational damage.

Plus, we’ll look at how the evolving world of cryptocurrency is being targeted by cybercriminals with both private and nation-state backing, and how a host of attacks on exchanges can and is being combatted.

We’ll also look at how the imminent end of support for Window 7 is set to expose organisations to a fresh set of cyberattacks, and what companies can do to protect themselves. Until then, you can keep up with the latest cybersecurity news on our sister site Verdict.co.uk, or subscribe to Verdict Encrypt to be among the first to hear when the next issue is available.


Editor | Lucy Ingham

Writers | Robert Scammell, Ellen Daniel, Luke Christou

Lead Designer | John Hammond

Group Editor | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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