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Cyber Security
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Cyber Security

Here’s how a state-sponsored cyber attack will affect our lives

With Russian reprisals for sanctions a strong possibility, cyber security expert Rahul Tyagi unpicks the impact of a state-sanctioned, large-scale cyber-attack on how we work, live and communicate - and how we can best prepare for the worst.

Cyber Security

The imitation game 2.0: a race to build quantum computing

How can we adopt new encryption standards in time for the next stage of quantum computing?

Cyber Security

A house of cards: securing digital connections across organisations

File sharing and messaging systems between organisations can become an open outlet for your data. How can you protect your digital pathways while collaborating?

Cyber Security

Gatekeeping data: protecting ourselves against the ‘bad leaver’

In the age of the ‘great resignation’ the influx and outflow of data requires further monitoring without losing the trust of goodwill leavers. How can you protect your data from taking off too?

Cyber Security

Why Blockchain isn’t as secure as you think

With every innovation in quantum computing, the threat to blockchain increases, says Rahul Tyagi


Darktrace sales and customer numbers jump but losses soar on IPO costs

Demand for its product has been supported by ‘a spate of advanced ransomware attacks that have caused severe disruption not only to businesses, but to critical national infrastructure’


Ransomware is key cyber threat facing UK – cybersecurity boss

In a keynote speech, National Cyber Security Centre boss Lindy Cameron warned that businesses must be better prepared.

Norton legal action dropped after firm agrees to extend refund rights

Users whose contracts auto-renew for another year will now be able to end their deal and get their money back for the remaining months.

McAfee users given greater refund rights over unwanted auto-renews

Antivirus software maker agrees to voluntary changes following investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority.

Warning over hidden cyber attacks as number of reported breaches falls

Nearly four in 10 firms identified incidents in the last 12 months, down from 46% the previous year, according to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey.

Free tool offering personalised cyber security tips launched by Govt

A survey by the National Cyber Security Centre suggests eight in 10 Britons fear themselves, friends or family falling victim to cyber crime.