Key storage solution for IoT devices to support secure communications

Sectigo, a global provider of digital certificates and automated certificate lifecycle management solutions, has announced the addition of the Sectigo Secure Key Storage SDK (SKS-SDK) to its collection of offerings. Secure key storage is a software-based library that cost-effectively manages,…

Unbreaking the record for cyber attacks

According to Forbes, 2020 broke all records for data lost in breaches and sheer numbers of cyber attacks on companies, individuals and governments. These threats are also becoming more sophisticated with emerging technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence and 5G.…

SIGA raises $8.1m to protect national infrastructures and manufacturing facilities

Israeli cyber security company, SIGA OT Solutions has completed an $8.1m series B funding round led by PureTerra Ventures – a Dutch fund that specialises in water and infrastructure investments, along with Israeli venture fund SIBF, Moore Capital, and Phoenix…

There will be no Internet of Things without strong cyber security

The concept of IoT holds great potential: By connecting millions of devices to the internet we can save time and money and become more efficient, we can offer our customers more convenience, better service and much more. But no grand…

A three-pronged approach to government security

The increase of ransomware attacks over recent years has cast a spotlight on the need for governments to adopt a risk-based approach to cyber security. Adam Vincent, Co-Founder and CEO at ThreatConnect explains more. Shortly after the SolarWinds hack of…

Registration now live for International Security Expo and co-located cyber event

Registration is now open for The International Security Expo – the Government, industry, academia and end-user event. The exhibition will return to Olympia, London from 28th-29th September, reuniting the entire security market at the first Government-focused face-to-face event for almost…

Uniting the worlds of cyber and physical security

The number of cyber attacks on companies, governments and individuals has been consistently rising in recent years, with global ransomware attacks increasing significantly in 2020, up 485% in compared to 2019. Tackling cyber security and protecting key critical infrastructure is…

UK reports £5.7m in cyber crime financial loss so far this year

British people and businesses have suffered financial losses of £5.7m from a reported 14,883 cyber crime incidents since the start of the year.  The new study from click fraud prevention experts, PPC Shield indicates that malicious hacking, fraudulent use of social media accounts and email scams…

What are the future impacts of AI on cyber crime?

At the IoT Expo Event, Dave Palmer, Director of Technology at Dark Trace, an AI company that specialises in products and systems that can automatically recognise the signs of a cyber attack and interrupt them before a crisis occurs, hosted…

1 in 5 Britons don’t take actions to protect their smart devices

New research by cyber security solution, NordVPN shows that people in the UK are the most vulnerable when it comes to their IoT devices. Almost 95% of Britons have some kind of IoT device in their household. However, of the…