As this holiday season approaches, are you ready to stand with your IT security counterparts and protect the brand? How many of you have a working relationship with your IT security department? Do you collaborate on “like” issues, share information, or sit at the table together to strategize and defend Read More
Tag: retail cyber security
By Alvaro Hoyos
In an effort to give employees access to corporate resources from anytime and anywhere, an increasing number of retailers are introducing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs. Read More
Sometimes you have to think and act like a criminal to disrupt and defeat the activities of the real bad guys. Conversely, it is only by thinking like “us”—the law-abiding majority of individuals—that cyber criminals manage to be so successful in the first instance.
They know, for example, that if they Read More
By John Wilson
The Internet is probably the most versatile invention of the 20th century and still continues to enlighten our thinking into the 21st century. It also has a dark side called Tor (an acronym for “the onion router”), which, like an onion, has many layers and is the gateway to the Read More
By Mark Johnson
As more and more devices are connected together online, from cars to fridges to wearable technology, we tend to ignore the simple fact that “online” means on the Internet and that everything on the Internet is potentially subject to data breaches (i.e., hackable).
Yes, your Internet-connected car is hackable. In July Read More
Risk and regulatory work is now the fastest-growing consulting service in the UK, breaking the £500 million (~ $735 million) barrier for the first time. Helping today’s organizations comply with regulations, address cyber threats and manage the fall-out from major corporate scandals has led to double-digit growth in regulatory and Read More