Cyber risk is a systemic challenge and cyber-resilience a public good. Leaders need tools and partnerships to respond to these challenges of digitalization.
Cyber-resilience is a major strategy issue and the need for boards and senior executives to give it serious attention cannot be overstated.
Digital crime costs the world around $400 billion a year and often occurs in ways companies don’t even consider.
As the world becomes more connected, the threat and potential impact of cyberattacks have grown exponentially. How can we maintain trust in the digital age?
Hiding online is harder than you’d think, a new study published on Frontiers in ICT has revealed.
How the top exercises that simulate cybersecurity events and their fallout in real time can be useful for the future cyber attacks prevention?
Alexey Malanov explores the algorithms of machine learning and the real life applications.
Headlines only highlight the growing sophistication of hackers and introduce readers to terms like “botnet” and “Internet of Things” often without the proper context.
Using psychology to understand the motivation behind cyber-attacks.
Board directors are not taking the time to understand cyber security, and this is costing companies, writes Craig Horne.
Utkarsh Amitabh argues that India needs to act now to improve cybersecurity.
The latest cyberattack, which led to outages across the US East Coast, should be a wake-up call regarding the dangers of an insecure IoT.
Medjacking is the hacking of X-ray systems, CT scanners, medical refrigerators and implantable defibrillators - all with intent to harm the patient.
Mihai Lazarescu explores the latest in cyberattacks - the use of devices connected to the Internet of Things.
Of all the infrastructure that could potentially be targeted by cyber attacks, peaceful nuclear installations are one of the biggest cause for concern.