Acute cybersecurity skills shortage areas

Acute cybersecurity skills shortage areas

Posted by SGCS Admin, 17-11-2017

In my last blog, I reviewed some new research from ESG and the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), revealing that 70% of cybersecurity pros say that the global cybersecurity skills shorta...

Far-reaching cyber-security Bill not uncommon in other countries, say Singapore experts, industry players

Far-reaching cyber-security Bill not uncommon in other countries, say Singapore experts, industry players

Posted by SGCS Admin, 17-11-2017

SINGAPORE - Singapore is not alone in proposing a far-reaching Bill to beef up cyber security, said experts, even as it wins the support of stakeholders following a recently concluded public consultat...

How the biggest cyber security disasters could have been avoided

How the biggest cyber security disasters could have been avoided

Posted by SGCS Admin, 16-11-2017

Some 60% of Australian businesses experienced at least one security breach a month in 2016, compared with just 23.7% in 2015, according to a Telstra report.   Even the largest global enterprise...

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Schneier: It's Time to Regulate IoT to Improve Cyber-Security

Posted by SGCS Admin, 16-11-2017

TORONTO —  The time has come for the U.S. government and other governments around the world, to start regulating Internet of Things (IoT) security, according to Bruce Schneier, CTO of IBM's...

Companies Turn to War Games to Spot Scarce Cybersecurity Talent

Companies Turn to War Games to Spot Scarce Cybersecurity Talent

Posted by SGCS Admin, 16-11-2017

A major shipping company is under attack. With help from a corrupt executive, an international hacking syndicate called Scorpius, has penetrated the computer networks of Fast Freight Ltd. The hackers ...

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'Snooping' may lead to data leaks

Posted by SGCS Admin, 15-11-2017

More than 90 per cent of IT security professionals here say employees in their firms have sought some information they were not permitted to access, exposing a major "snooping" problem in today's work...