As cyberattacks become increasingly common in international conflicts, governments around the world will need to define universal parameters to protect innocent bystanders
As cybersecurity continues to dominate political agendas around the world, a report published by Lloyds of London estimates a severe cyber-attack could cost the global economy more than Hurricane Katrina
The Jennifer Lawrence nude photo leak put the world’s attention on cyber-crime as a pervasive issue, affecting virtually every corporation around the world – but do firms need to be worried?
The cyber security company has fired its second CEO in two years after failing to deliver on its ambitious performance objectives
Paul Orlowski, Industry Executive at Selex, says risk mitigation needs to be built into systems from the start