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High-Tech Bridge Security Blog

How exploits have become the hot ticket in town April 25, 2017 | Mark Mayne

Exploiting software flaws has become extremely popular, with targeted attacks rocketing in the last 12 months…

How flawed are your DevOps cryptography practices? April 20, 2017 | Mark Mayne

Majority of organisations fail to enforce vital cryptographic security measures in their DevOps environments.

Why the death of 2016 ransomware king is bad news for business April 18, 2017 | Mark Mayne

New study shows that the biggest ransomware threat in 2016 (Locky) has almost vanished in 2017 - but this is actually terrible news.

Single breach can wipe 1.8 per cent of market cap April 13, 2017 | Mark Mayne

A data breach can decimate market value of a company to the tune of £120 million, finds first study to definitively link the two...

‘Biggest ever’ UK data breach uncovered April 11, 2017 | Mark Mayne

Troubled payday loan lender admits to widening security breach involving quarter of a million personal data records

How secure are your cloud providers? April 6, 2017 | Mark Mayne

New approach by Chinese hackers compromises MSPs, then infiltrates customers...

Google’s bug fail is something to learn from April 4, 2017 | Mark Mayne

Web giant suffers embarrassing security incident and shines a light on vulnerability research

If 2016 was the year of the breach, what will 2017 be? March 30, 2017 | Mark Mayne

In 2016, hackers stole 4 million records per day, and 35% of employees across the UK, France, Germany and Italy admit to have been involved in a security breach. How is 2017 shaping up so far?

Application security - a sea change begins? March 28, 2017 | Mark Mayne

Report shows how and where security is improving - and failing...

Google reports site attacks rocket due to ageing code March 23, 2017 | Mark Mayne

A patch in time saves… a 32 per cent rise in site compromises, according to Google figures. So why is patching still an issue?