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Critical infrastructure such as oil and gas must get used to the idea of a continually escalating cyberthreat landscape – and plan accordingly
The US issued an executive order on improving the nation's cybersecurity in the wake of the attack on Colonial Pipeline, which is causing gas prices to rise.
Ransomware attacks have become more frequent and more damaging during the pandemic – which is why a new coalition to combat them has been formed
The recent cyber-attack on the US oil and gas pipeline could become one of the most expensive attacks to an economy. Here are six principles to improve cybersecurity.
By analyzing attacks in terms of safety scenarios, cybersecurity teams can both make their responses more robust and more easily communicate threats across an organization
New quantum algorithms will soon be capable of cracking current public-key cryptography – so government, academia and industry must prepare now
Absa was launched in Johannesburg in 2019 and has now been expanded to Cape Town. Absa Group’s vision is to produce 300 graduates a year, trained in cybersecurity.
The public and private sectors are increasingly exposing each other to a growing range of cyber-risks – so they must team up to combat them
Like other industries, aviation is becoming increasingly vulnerable to cyberattack. Better global cybersecurity frameworks could help fend off these threats.
As wider ecosystems of commercial partners become a feature of global business, the potential cyberthreats are rising. Addressing technologies, processes and people helps ensure a resilie...
We know quantum computing's exponentially faster processing speeds will outmanoeuvre existing cybersecurity – and the time to prepare for that is now.
The pandemic has accelerated the move towards cloud-based services and cybersecurity must catch up with this increasingly complex digital landscape.
With the growing technological complexity of the aviation sector, the ICAO is working to create harmonized standards to protect it from cyberthreats.
The most common internet crimes in 2020 were phishing, non-payment/non-delivery scams and extortion, with 28,500 complaints associated with COVID-19 fraud.
Improved forms and standards for establishing digital identity will shore up trust between service providers, ID services and users that is the foundation of online life