Rather than bring you the 12 Days of Christmas, we’ve done the 12 themes of 2014 instead! A look back at what has been making the headlines in the world of Information Security (and beyond) this year. Take a moment to relive the year…… Continue reading “The 12 Themes of 2014”
I had the pleasure of attending the SINET Global Cybersecurity Innovation Summit earlier this week. A very thought provoking event, with some great speakers.
Continue reading “5 Observations on Moving the Cyber Industry Forward”
You will no doubt have seen by now the news that naughty photos of celebrities have appeared on the internet.
It’s the story that has everything – cyber security, the dangers of the cloud, online safety and a little bit of smut thrown in for good measure.
A couple of weeks ago I was asked to speak at Thomson Reuters, a multinational media and information firm, who were trying to get more of their young professionals interested in becoming Cyber Champions.
The Internet has revolutionised modern life. From the way we socialise, shop, work, learn and even the way we understand human behaviour with the emerging realm of big data analysis, as well as much more!
It has introduced so many great things to empower our day to day living.
However you do still have to be careful with how you interact with this publicly connected online world. I think Voltaire’s now cliché statement “with great power comes great responsibility” sums it up well.
A recent article in Harvard Business Review, made an analysis of the US Cyber Security status and suggested “Here are four things that the private sector — and I mean CEOs, not CTOs — should be loudly and persistently demanding of Washington right now:…”
Lets take a look at these 4 issues from a UK perspective.
Continue reading “HBR: National Cyber Security Progress – UK Perspective”
In the last few weeks we have seen another round of cyber security hype:
Does this help the cause, identified in the National Security Strategy of increasing the education and awareness of cyber security?