Latest security publications

Using Public WiFi Safely

The spread of this easily accessible Wi-Fi has enabled people on the move to do everything from check their emails to watch videos online. But users should log into these services with caution as malicious actors regularly attempt to steal sensitive data through unsecured connections.

China’s new data protection law set to come into effect

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) is the body that will enforce the law and, if their previous actions against firms that fall short of data security expectations are a sign of the future, penalties will be substantial for lawbreakers.

A Guide to frictionless Zero Trust for modern enterprises

CrowdStrike, a global cybersecurity leader, consider the challenges that Traditional Zero Trust solutions might have and how they provide a frictionless Zero Trust approach for enterprises that reduces costs and operational complexity.

Tesla announces Chinese data centre

The new data centre was announced following restrictions placed on Tesla vehicles by the Chinese government, these restrictions were implemented due to concern that Tesla vehicles may pose a national security risk to the Chinese government.

One in three UK consumers hold CEOs personally responsible for cyber attacks

Chief executives should be held personally responsible for cyberattacks, with many users believing they should also be compensated for such breaches, new research suggests.

A survey by data protection firm Veritas Technologies found that more than a third (35 percent) of UK consumers would see a business leader as personally responsible if a cyber breach of that business occurs.

It suggests that more than two-thirds (68 percent) believe they should be compensated when incidents such as ransomware attacks compromise their data, while 8% said they would like to see chief executives sent to prison if such a breach does take place.