Written by: David Heath | Published in: SecurityThe UK is seeking as many as 100 school graduates to put down their games consoles and take up an apprenticeship in cyber security.
Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: SecurityAn increase in emerging cyber threats and an increased focus by governments to fight back through legislation, along with greater security industry focus on striking back against attacks, is predicted for 2013, but the security solutions provider making the prediction doesn’t think the measures will be effective.
300 IT security professionals from across Europe are locking horns in a simulated cyber war exercise taking place today which — if it was a real attack — would be capable of disrupting services for millions of Europeans. The exercise, known as Cyber Europe 2012, is being run by ENISA: the European Network and Information Security Agency, and is part of ongoing efforts to bolster cyber
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: SecurityThe environment has changed significantly since endpoint security software was first developed, according to Candace Worley, senior vice president and general manager of endpoint security at McAfee. Consequently a new generation of protective software is required.
A new study on cyber threats today predicted the cyber security market, in Australia and in the whole Asia-Pacific region, would thrive as organised gangs targeted companies and governments within the region.