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Yahoo: From t-shirt-gate to 500 millions customer breach September 27, 2016 | Mark Mayne

Yahoo has admitted to the biggest data breach in history, losing more than half a billion users details to a ‘state-sponsored’ attack


9/10 big businesses have suffered a significant cyber attack September 22, 2016 | Mark Mayne

New report from insurance giant Lloyds claims that businesses have become ‘complacent’ as attacks rise - meanwhile GDPR preparations are being ignored.


Is someone planning to shut down the internet? September 20, 2016 | Mark Mayne

Pattern of attacks suggest unknown actors are testing key parts of the internet’s infrastructure - what does this mean for your business?


Cybersecurity: how to save half a million pounds September 15, 2016 | Mark Mayne

New research claims that enterprises face a bill of more than half a million pounds per security incident. We take a look at the figures, and how to mitigate them in the real world.


What the NSA hack tells us about cybercrime September 13, 2016 | Mark Mayne

An extensive suite of offensive surveillance tools has been dumped online, allegedly hacked from the NSA. What does this tell us about the state of cybersecurity?


Are bug bounty programs really working? September 8, 2016 | Mark Mayne

As Yelp launches a public bug bounty program we take a look at some success metrics, and how they apply to wider enterprises.


How False Positives can ruin your day - and how to stop them September 6, 2016 | Mark Mayne

False positives can seriously ruin your day, and can cost enterprises serious money. Highlighted by a recent example, we share some key tips on how to mitigate false alerts.


Fake attacks by insiders to fool companies September 5, 2016 | Ilia Kolochenko for CSO

Famous cybercrime groups and hacktivists “brands” may be a smokescreen to cover sophisticated insider attacks.


Can crowd security testing be cost efficient for web apps? June 30, 2016 | Ilia Kolochenko for CSO

Can Bug Bounty programs be a cost-efficient complement for security testing of modern web applications?


#infosec16: keep your cybersecurity strategy simple to win June 27, 2016 | Ilia Kolochenko for CSO

Infosecurity Europe 2016 highlighted a great variety of emerging cybersecurity threats. Keeping things simple can help CISOs a lot.