James Hayes

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  • Risk Management

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    Feature: Cyber Security return-on-investment

    There are few instances of workplace jargon that crop-up in both the business leader’s and information technologist’s lexicons; ROI – return on investment – is one such. But the fact that it carries different shades of meaning for its respective usage often proves unhelpful when it comes to establishing common terms of reference inside a digitally-transformed organisation.

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  • CSE Cyber Security Compliance Challenges

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    Feature: Reducing the strain of compliance challenges

    Regulatory compliance is not a brand-new topic, nor indeed is it a new challenge, for businesses. It’s a necessary governance overhead that organisations of all sizes have grappled with for some time, particularly those in highly-regulated sectors, such as insurance and financial services. However, the rise in importance of cyber security assurance has for organisations […]

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    Feature: A common language for execs and techies?

    As cyber security rises in the hierarchy of governance priorities, senior executives, as a team, will engage in deeper discussions with their organisation’s technology specialists and technology partners. Clear and effective communication is vital to ensuring that strategies are clearly articulated and understood by all stakeholders.

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  • BA hack repercussions - Cyber Security Europe

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    ViewPoint: will BA hack repercussions last years?

    The aftermath of the cyber attack on British Airways’ data systems provides a textbook example of why Europe’s senior management must apply more attention to their organisations’ IT security provisions – and gain better understanding of the cyber threats they now face.

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  • Economic Impact of Cyber Crime - Cyber Security Europe

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    Feature: economic impacts of cyber crime

    A means by which to calculate the economic impact caused by cyber crime at organisational and GNP levels has gained in importance as business leaders gain greater knowledge of how digital adversaries sap their capacity to operate profitably. Cyber crime’s damaging effect on national finances is also raising alarm in governmental circles.

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  • Ciaran Martin CEO NCSC

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    NCSC upgrades cyber guidance for business leaders

    The UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has published new guidance for corporate leaders to equip them with the basic technological details needed to understand the cyber threats they face, and to direct their organisation’s response to them more effectively. The suite of guidance sets-out out five questions that boards should now ask about their […]

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    it-sa 2018 keynote speaker interview: Paula Januszkiewicz, CQURE

    it-sa 2018 Special Keynote Speaker Paula Januszkiewicz is Founder and CEO at CQURE and CQURE Academy. Paula is also the Enterprise Security MVP, Microsoft Regional Director, and also a globally-acknowledged cyber security expert. Polish national Paula is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s most high-profile international IT security experts. In advance of her Special […]

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    ViewPoint: Toward a cyber-secure European community

    On 12 September 2018 the European Commission (EC) proposed the creation of a new European cyber security industrial technology and research competence centre, plus a cyber security competence centre network. The proposal for a new Regulation to pool cyber resources was announced as part of the annual State of the EU address presented by EC President Jean-Claude Juncker.

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