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Breaches Galore in 2019 Require a Multi-Layered Response

by Ian Heritage

So far, 2019 is looking very similar to last year. We’re only a month into the new year and already the headlines have been filled with news of data breaches, privacy leaks and credential stuffing attacks. And all this as GDPR regulators begin to flex their muscles by levying financial penalties. To stay clear of regulatory trouble and minimise cyber risk, IT teams should remember the best practice basics and layer up multiple connected threat defence tools. Continue reading

As Breaches Are Set Soar 175%, is AI the Answer?

by Bharat Mistry

Today we live in an age of data breaches. But is there hope of a more secure future around the corner? Not according to the latest industry estimates, which claim that the number of compromised records globally will jump an astonishing 175% over the next five years. With no let up in the relentless targeting of corporate IT systems, we need to look to new technologies to help steer a path to a more resilient online world. But how?

To find out more, join some of the world’s leading cybersecurity experts at this year’s highly anticipated CLOUDSEC event in London next month, where the theme is Freedom to Connect: Mind Versus Machine. Continue reading