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Snow Software launches GDPR Risk Assessment

Snow Software launches GDPR Risk Assessment

Snow Software ('Snow') has announced the launch of Snow GDPR Risk Assessment, aimed at empowering organisations around the world to accelerate their General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance programmes by exposing personal data loss risks.

Barclays delivers skills boost with Cyber Security Challenge UK competition

Barclays delivers skills boost with Cyber Security Challenge UK competition

Barclays and Cabinet Office-backed security initiative Cyber Security Challenge UK, recently hosted an immersive competition to test the skills of thirty cyber enthusiasts.

Alpha Generation Distribution helps enterprise tackle malware threats with Bromium partnership

Alpha Generation Distribution helps enterprise tackle malware threats with Bromium partnership

Proactive IT security distributor Alpha Generation Distribution has announced a UK partnership with virtualisation-based security specialist Bromium, giving resellers the opportunity to offer an innovative endpoint protection platform to the enterprise.

'One in ten IT SME bosses understand new data protection regulations'

'One in ten IT SME bosses understand new data protection regulations'

The latest Aldermore small and medium sized business owners (SMEs) Future Attitudes study has stated that just over one in ten (12%) SME owners in the IT sector fully understand what the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) actually means for their business and have taken the appropriate steps to prepare themselves for it.

UK SMBs value cyber security but remain unprepared for upcoming legislation changes

UK SMBs value cyber security but remain unprepared for upcoming legislation changes

While many UK small to medium sized businesses clearly recognise cyber security's value, the majority are still significantly unprepared to meet the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to the study of 607 UK business decision makers conducted by Barracuda Networks, Inc., the Cloud-enabled security and data protection solutions provider, in conjunction with Small Business Advice Week.

Smart Safety: HIMA adopts a new positioning

Smart Safety: HIMA adopts a new positioning

HIMA Paul Hildebrandt GmbH has taken on a new brand image to adapt to the challenges of the digital transformation.

Peerless Network deploys Cataleya’s Orchid One to support seamless VoWiFi services

Peerless Network deploys Cataleya’s Orchid One to support seamless VoWiFi services

Cataleya, the real-time communication, networking and technology solutions provider, has been selected by Peerless Network, a top wholesale telecommunications provider in the US, to deploy its next-generation Session Border Controller (SBC) Orchid One.

Organisations risk hefty government fines as new research shows continuing failure to prepare for cyber-attacks

Organisations risk hefty government fines as new research shows continuing failure to prepare for cyber-attacks

Almost a third (31 per cent) of organisations have been affected by cyber-crime in the past 12 months, according to new research from Databarracks.

What will close the Cyber and Network Security Skills Gap?

What will close the Cyber and Network Security Skills Gap?

By Alistair Hartrup, CEO Network Critical.

All of us rely on secure financial management systems. Whenever we do online banking, we trust that the server is safe from hackers. There is usually no need to ponder the system that protects our virtual finances, but these systems are always on high alert.

Cross site scripting, weak authentication and TLS still head up critical threats

Cross site scripting, weak authentication and TLS still head up critical threats

Cross Site Scripting, Weak Authentication and TLS (Transport Layer Security) configuration still account for over 60% of high and critical vulnerabilities in web applications, according to new findings by Context Information Security published today.