Issue 4 | March 2018

The Emerging Cyber Bloc Party

We’re heading for cyber balkanisation levels not seen since the Cold War. But what are the implications for enterprise security and international relations?

GDPR: more than just software

GDPR is looming, and businesses across Europe are scrambling to ensure they are compliant. But this isn’t a law that  simply requires the right software

In Data: The Changing Vendor Landscape

Cybersecurity is often seen as a global industry, but there are clear variations in the vendor landscape across regional markets

AI Can Fill Human Gaps, But it's still a Threat

With more and more security positions left unfilled, it’s easy to see why artificial intelligence is filling that void. But the technology is just as good at attack as defence

Top Cybersecurity risks: the Experts' View

Cybersecurity advice is in a state of constant flux, changing as technology and trends evolve. But what risks are companies not currently taking seriously enough? We get the thoughts of a host of industry experts

Telcos leading the charge

Businesses are increasingly taking cybersecurity seriously, but they are only one part of the puzzle. Telcos are beginning to play a greater role

Don't Talk to Facebook Strangers

A report by Avast’s Threat Labs has identified a new strain of spyware being distributed via a fake messenger app, luring users through Facebook profiles

Drowning in Data: Transforming Threat Intelligence

Threat intelligence has taken cybersecurity from a reactionary affair to a situation where organisations can get ahead of attacks, but with the available data rising at pace, it’s hard for companies to extract what’s relevant

Forget Security FUD: It’s Time to Get Proactive

Fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) have long been the watchwords of cybersecurity, but it’s time to take a different approach

Cybersecurity Events in March and Beyond

Stay up to date with the latest industry events around the world,  with conferences and seminars across the US, Europe and Asia