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Introducing security to the DevOps cycle

Keeping your software delivery in peak condition. By Jeff Keyes at Plutora.

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Securing our infrastructure: 3 steps OEMs need to take in the IoT age

Often when we think about cybersecurity, especially about the impacts of breaches, our minds turn to the consumer space where most of us have experienced slow computers, ad pop-ups from malware and, in some cases, data loss when we’ve had to completely reformat our storage drives. By Vivek Shah, Senior Director of Product Management, Syncron.

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Businesses can’t fight what they cannot see

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work out that if security teams don’t have full visibility into their organisation’s sensitive data and where it resides, cyber attackers will take advantage. However, this is becoming increasingly difficult as enterprise data and applications move to the cloud and as Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other emerging technologies are introduced, all of which give adversaries an expanding attack surface to target. By Andrew Bushby, UK director at Fidelis C...

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Privacy + development = securer applications

Privacy and security are essential not only to bring peace of mind to users but also to comply with industry guideline and regulations worldwide. This guide is designed to help developers to apply privacy principles in order to create more secure apps. By Margaret Alston, Consulting Programme Director, TrustArc.

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Privacy + development = securer applications: an app developer’s guide

Privacy and security are essential not only to bring peace of mind to users but also to comply with industry guideline and regulations worldwide. This guide is designed to help developers to apply privacy principles in order to create more secure apps. By Margaret Alston, Consulting Programme Director, TrustArc.

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How to Effectively Manage Cyber Threats on Critical Infrastructure

Criminals are tirelessly attacking critical infrastructure (CRITIS) around the world and compromising the Industrial Control System (ICS) and the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems that control these infrastructures. In 2010, the Stuxnet worm infiltrated numerous control systems and damaged nuclear power plants. Five years later, the BlackEnergy malware attack on the Ukrainian power supply became the first cyberattack that caused a blackout. By Anthony Perridge, VP Interna...

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Ferrari: A New Perspective on Cybersecurity

Ferrari took a strategic decision to choose Kaspersky Lab as their IT Security provider. They wanted to introduce more stringent IT security measures, both to protect their core business and to ensure an increase in safety. Find out more in this exclusive video.

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