Today’s top management must switch their mentality away from ‘if we’re attacked’ to ‘when we’re attacked’.
Drones are increasingly being exploited by cyber-criminals in a bid to advance their nefarious activities.
Enterprises and governments will not be able to mitigate against threats if they do not rethink how they implement cyber-security now.
Fifteen million devices in India are infected and 800,000 in Southeast Asia.
A growing need to address the issues surrounding new technology.
Cyber-crime ‘follows the money’, as digitalisation efforts drive up demand for experts.
Adware used to be a nuisance, but now it can impact users in ways that they don’t expect.
One in four vulnerabilities discovered by white hat hackers go unreported because researchers fear legal action.
Early-stage startups are developing next-generation solutions to tackle an increasingly treacherous cyber-crime landscape.
Reliance on reactive security alone can leave them more exposed than ever in the face of expanding attack vectors.