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Latest security publications


Channel Island hacking activity post invasion of Ukraine

There are no signs that these threats are going to subside at any point in the near future, with hackers having a strong financial incentive to continue. Even at organisations that have solid cyber defences, it is still possible for hackers to breach these firewalls and damage the company.


Are Starlink satellites attractive to hackers?

Dr Mark Manulis, co-author of the paper and Deputy-Director of the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security at the University of Surrey, believes satellite technology can bring many advantages to society, but it’s vital security considerations are prioritised.


Robots and the data centre

Bots – those little bits of code that complete digital tasks automatically – are everywhere, enabling everything from robotic process automation (RPA) to online spam. Robots – the mechanical task-completing, labour-saving automated workers – are being tested in both business and personal applications.


Zero Trust in the SASE Environment with Netskope’s Neil Thacker

Neil Thacker is EMEA CISO for SASE provider Netskope with over 20 years’ experience in the information security industry.


Netflix cracks down on password sharing, improve security

When Netflix announced plans a few months ago to introduce new tests that are meant to target password sharing, many users were concerned that this may result in the end of account sharing. While Netflix has long had a ‘no password sharing’ policy, extremely high levels of password sharing exist between family and friends.