Tags: Cybersecurity

Oracle reminds people about security

Oracle issued a timely press release last week to remind people of their identity SOC framework. Eyes were focused on the Wannacryt ransomware worm that impacted 74 countries. That was according to one of the better articles out there on The Register. So what was Oracle Security shouting about? According to Oracle their identity-based, Security…

Tim Rawlins talks about cybersecurity

Enterprise Times recently caught up with Tim Rawlins, Senior Advisor and Director, NCC Group. We sat and talked about the state of cyber security, the problems of staff retention and threat intelligence. Rawlins accepts that there is a major problem across the industry when it comes to attracting and retaining staff. Interestingly, rather than over…

Rob Norris talks about Fujitsu and cybersecurity

Enterprise Times sat down with Rob Norris, VP Head of Enterprise & Cyber Security EMEIA at Fujitsu recently to talk about cybersecurity. Norris has been involved with cybersecurity for a long time. His career spans time with Fujitsu and ESET Global. A few years ago Norris got permission to setup a UK cybersecurity resource as…

The need for better healthcare cybersecurity

At the recent HIMMS healthcare conference, Enterprise Times caught up with Nick Coleman, Global Head Cyber Security Intelligence, IBM Security. We wanted to know how enterprise security could be mapped to healthcare. While both have a need to protect data, healthcare is often spread over multiple sites and providers with an expectation of shared data.…

ZENEDGE increases capacity tenfold

Security vendor ZENEDGE has signed a deal with Equinix that will increase its capacity tenfold. The deal sees ZENEDGE deploy a number of new mega-POPS (Points of Presence) inside Equinix data centres. Each of the data centres will be PCI compliant and Equinix will also market ZENEDGE to its customers. According to Yuri Frayman, Chief…

How secure are UK businesses?

When you are looking to launch your products onto the market in a new country it is always wise to carry out some market research. When security vendor Cyren launched into the UK earlier this year they did their own market research (registration required). Cyren were formerly known as CommTouch and the new branding and research is helping to…

European workers are a CISOs nightmare

Research issued today by Forcepoint shows that European workers are a CISOs worst nightmare. The research showed that staff would sell work logins for as little at £200. 29%  also admit to sending unauthorised data to a third party. The saying “There are none so blind as those who will not see” also applies to…

Adult websites serve up malvertising

Malwarebytes is reporting an increase in malvertising coming from popular adult websites. The attack is taking advantage of the ExoClick ad network to push ads to sites. It adds to the evidence from other security companies that ad networks are failing to validate and regulate the ads they are serving up. Once reported to ExoClick…

IoT devices get R2D2 upgrade

Unified communications and social collaboration platform Unified Inbox (UIB) is adopting technology to allow IoT devices to talk to each other. UIB has successfully integrated technology from Chirp into its UnificationEngine. The goal is to speed up the onboarding of devices by allowing them to self-provision using machine-to-machine (M2M) communication. According to Toby Ruckert, UIB Founder…