James Hayes

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    Cyber security’s debt to Alan Turing

    The cutting-edge AI-based cyber security systems that will protect business systems and critical national infrastructure in the coming decades has its roots in the pioneering work of Alan Turing: and his belief that diversity of thought process be valued as part of team-based problem-solving is one that resonates still. By Professor Mark Briers & Dr Benjamin Sach, The Alan Turing Institute.

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    Just how will AI boost cyber security?

    Now Artificial Intelligence can be bolted on to cyber security: many businesses believe it will boost resilience – but can it also improve threat insight when it comes to addressing those insider threats?

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  • CSEurope - Stress is a constant for cyber security chiefs

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    Stress is a constant for cyber security chiefs, finds survey

    Chief Information Security Officers – CISOs – surveyed by Nominet cope with high levels of stress that are causing nearly 20% of those polled to turn to medication or alcohol to deal with job pressures. The survey of 408 CISCOs in the UK and US found 91% report that they suffer ‘moderate’ or ‘high stress’, […]

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  • CSEurope - Chief officers’ conceitedness puts cyber security at risk: report

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    Chief officers’ conceitedness puts cyber security at risk: report

    Senior executives are still often the ‘weakest link’ in the corporate cyber security chain and encourage cyber criminals to target their vulnerabilities to commit serious data breaches. A new report from outsourced infrastructure and data storage specialist The Bunker reveals many senior executives ignore the threat of hackers and cyber criminals, and often conceitedly feel that security policies in their organisations ‘do not apply to their unique position’.

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  • CSEurope - Rogue app use ‘exposes European companies to GDPR penalties’

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    Rogue app use ‘exposes European companies to GDPR penalties’

    Frontline workers in the retail, hospitality and entertainment industries are increasingly turning to unauthorised messaging apps for work-related communications – without their HR department’s knowledge. According to the Bridging the Internal Communications Gap: What Frontline Employees Really Want & Need research study from Speakap, some 53% of global frontline workers admit they use messaging apps […]

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