11 October 2018
More than a quarter of corporate IT departments must wait at least a month before they can install vital security updates. That’s according to a new study from enterprise content delivery company Kollective which examines the software testing and distribution bottlenecks throughout large organisations in the UK and US.
As part of its State of Software Delivery report published in August, Kollective commissioned an independent survey of 130 UK and 130 US IT decision makers earlier this year. The research reveals how network security in UK businesses is failing to meet industry expectations.Find out more
05 September 2018
Researchers at the University of Sheffield claim to have solved a key puzzle in quantum physics that could help to make data transfer totally secure.
Each pulse of light used to transfer data along fibre optic cables contains millions of photons which, according to the researchers, means that a portion of these could, in theory, be intercepted without detection.Find out more
28 August 2018
BAE Systems is spearheading an industry initiative to engage, unite and activate a global community of security professionals and industry influencers in their fight against cyber crime.
Founding members of The Intelligence Network include Andrzej Kawalec at Vodafone, Jonathan Luff at CyLon and James Sulivan at independent think tank RUSI (Royal United Services Institute).
BAE Systems and its partners have signed a manifesto promising to bring about critical changes in leadership, culture, behaviour and processes to tackle evolving cyber threats.Find out more
28 August 2018
Finance and insurance firms invested the most on cyber security in the 2017-18 financial year, while those in the entertainment, service and membership sectors spent the least, according to Savoy Stewart’s analysis of government research.
Comparing the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s 2017 Cyber Security Breaches Survey with the one for 2018, Savoy Stewart found that finance and insurance firms invested an average of £17,900 in cyber security, an 85 per cent increase from the previous financial year when they spent £9,650.Find out more