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Country's Ministry of Defence will run a "bug bounty" programme, led by HackerOne, inviting hackers worldwide to identify vulnerabilities in its internet-facing systems.
Virtzilla's App Defence and CB's endpoint protection combine for whitelist-fest VMware and Carbon Black have joined forces to enhance each other's security wares.…
Defence of Damian shows relaxed attitude to account security UK MP Nadine Dorries revealed yesterday that she shares her parliamentary login information with her staff, in an attempt to defend recently resurfaced allegations about porn allegedly found ...
Powered by machine learning, Amazon GuardDuty analyses public and AWS-generated events to notify users of anomalies and offer remediation advice.
IPBS customers to benefit from the latest cyber defence systems including facial recognition and biometric technologyGrand Cayman, 29 November 2017 – International Private Banking Systems (www.ipbs.com), the specialist provider of wealth manageme...
Shh, ignore senior Brit officers saying armed forces on brink of collapse As recently retired senior officers told UK Parliament that the armed forces are at risk of "institutional failure", the Ministry of Defence told the world's press that soldiers ...

IT threat evolution Q3 2017

Our growing dependence on technology, connectivity and data means that businesses present a bigger attack surface than ever. Targeted attackers have become more adept at exploiting their victimsrsquo; vulnerabilities to penetrate corporate defences while ‘flying under the radarrsquo;.
Blackfish detects stolen logins as they are used by cybercrims A system that aims to identify stolen passwords before breaches are reported or even detected was launched on Tuesday.…
We now know when they crashed – but not even a hint about the cause A damning Ministry of Defence report into the department's safety oversight systems has revealed when two unmanned aerial vehicles crashed into the sea off Wales.…
Ministry of Defence assures us it has coherent plan to harness Brit boffinry The Ministry of Defence has unveiled latest its science and technology strategy by writing a jargon-ridden report full of incomprehensible diagrams – but it contains good news...
Budding firm funded by US defence departments Security startup Cryptonite dropped out of stealth ​late last week with a micro-segmentation-based technology designed to prevent​ ​hacker​ ​reconnaissance​ ​and​ ​lateral​ ​movement.…
Who needs to protect carriers or send Royal Marines shore anyway? UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has denied that vital British warships may be quietly sold to South American nations as part of the ongoing defence review, according to reports.…