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Cyber Security for Critical Assets APAC
CYBER SECURITY FOR CRITICAL ASSETS APAC
January 27-28, 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a surge in cyberthreats and attacks, a lot of which have targeted companies whose employees must now access critical infrastructure, such as industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) networks, from home. But that critical infrastructure, whi...

National Cyber Summit
NATIONAL CYBER SUMMIT
June 08-10, 2021
National Cyber Summit is the nation’s most innovative cyber security-technology event, offering unique educational, collaborative and workforce development opportunities for industry visionaries and rising leaders. NCS offers more value than similar cyber conferences with diverse focus-areas, ...

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The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has released its first guidance document for charities, warning that the sector is “absolutely not immune” to attacks. The GCHQ spin-off penned a new blog post last week claiming that third sector workers may be overly trusting of unsolicited emails, making them more susceptible to social engineering. “Regardless of the size and nature of your charity or voluntary organization, you will hold information that is of value to a ...
INFOSECURITY-MAGAZINE
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Researchers discovered a wave of BGP hijacking attacks aimed at DNS servers related to payment processing systems in an apparent effort to steal money from unsuspecting users. Researchers discovered BGP hijacking attacks targeting payment processing systems and using new tricks to maximize the attackers hold on DNS servers. Doug Madory, director of internet analysis at Oracle Dyn, previously saw border gateway protocol (BGP) hijacking attacks in April 2018 and has seen them continue through July...
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Cybercrime is an increasingly costly phenomenon to the world economy, estimated damages stood at more than $440 billion last year. To support companies audit their current defences, as well as become compliant with key UK and EU regulations, Grant Thornton and international law firm Lewis Silkin have partnered to launch DataCheckPoint.

The proliferation of digital technology continues to create a host of new opportunities for businesses, from new marketing channels to more efficie...

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Although the new Cybersecurity Law of China is due to come into effect June 1, many companies are still unclear about the specific terms of the law. Given the potentially high cost of non-compliance associated with the law, and the uncertain nature of the guidelines that the government will release, managers should review draft measures and monitor related developments to ensure that their business is prepared....
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As I’ve written many times, the cybersecurity skills shortage is the biggest cybersecurity issue we face today. Not only are there too few bodies to fill the cybersecurity jobs, but a recent series of research reports from ESG and the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) indicates that many currently employed cybersecurity professionals are overworked, not managing their careers proactively, and not receiving the proper amount of training to stay ahead of increasingly dangerous ...
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A huge global cyber-attack could cost the world economy $121.4bn, according to a new report by one of the world’s biggest insurers, Lloyd’s of London. In its report, which it has co-written with Cyence, a cybersecurity analytics platform provider, the insurer suggested that the direct economic impacts of cyber events lead to a wide range of potential economic losses. If a major cloud service was disrupted, the losses could range from $4.6bn for a large event to $53.1bn for an extreme...
INFOSECURITY MAGAZINE
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EVENTS

Cyber Security for Critical Assets APAC
CYBER SECURITY FOR CRITICAL ASSETS APAC
January 27-28, 2021
The coronavirus pandemic has caused a surge in cyberthreats and attacks, a lot of which have targeted companies whose employees must now access critical infrastructure, such as industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT) networks, from home. But that critical infrastructure, whi...

National Cyber Summit
NATIONAL CYBER SUMMIT
June 08-10, 2021
National Cyber Summit is the nation’s most innovative cyber security-technology event, offering unique educational, collaborative and workforce development opportunities for industry visionaries and rising leaders. NCS offers more value than similar cyber conferences with diverse focus-areas, ...