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Forescout | Securing OT that can’t be patched 

In this article, Daniel dos Santos, Head of Security Research, Forescout looks at the current OT challenges that industrial organisations are facing and what steps can be taken to mitigate against threats. As industrial organisations digitise their environments, this is exposing critical operational technology (OT) to security vulnerabilities, while presenting new windows of opportunity for …

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Opinion | Channel 4’s The Undeclared War: Cyber Fact or TV Fiction?

The Undeclared War kicked off on Channel 4 last week, telling the story of the UK wrestling with future nation state cyber-attacks. With the UK pledging £5m to the state of Georgia to prepare them for such attacks, and the Russian cyber threat increasing worldwide: are the lines between fact and TV fiction blurring? Ross …

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SOS Q&A | Protecting the online environment of businesses

In this exclusive Q&A, Detective Inspector Michael Preston, Head of Cyber and Innovation at The Cyber Resilience Centre for Wales, discusses what the organisation can offer to businesses to respond to incidents efficiently and migrate any potential damage a cyber attack may create.  Defend against the latest online crime threats through our business memberships. The …

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Data breach roundtable | The bigger they are, the harder they fall

The latest roundtable discussion from Security on Screen analyses the recent data breach of US mobile network operator company, T-Mobile – being the third-largest US wireless carrier, how will they take the correct steps to both secure its systems and contain the fallout? Over 40 million T-Mobile customers have been hit by a “highly sophisticated …

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