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A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to artificial intelligence in IT security

Artificial intelligence is keeping businesses ahead when it comes to fighting cyber crime. In this 14-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how IT security is automating its systems, the tools letting firms achieve more with less and the advantages of predictive security.

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  • CW Benelux August 2019: Dutch academic seeks the personality behind the cyber criminal

    There is at least one person behind every cyber attack, but beyond that insight, very little is known about them.

    Rutger Leukfeldt, senior researcher on cyber crime at the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR), says part of the problem is that research into the people behind the crimes is largely carried out by technicians, which is a mistake as it should be done by psychologists and criminologists.

    Read in this issue how Leukfeldt believes researchers can get into the minds of the hackers lurking in the shadows. If businesses understand their attackers better, they can improve their own preventative measures.

    Cyber criminals are not alone in being misunderstood. In this issue, we feature research that revealed that over half of Dutch organisations admit their own knowledge of blockchain is substandard, with 12% even admitting they don’t even know how it works.

  • Top 10 enterprise IT in the Benelux region stories of 2019

    The Netherlands is usually seen as a forward-thinking nation when it comes to developing and adopting the latest IT, but it seems its government is not doing particularly well in this respect. Here are Computer Weekly’s top enterprise IT in the Benelux region stories of 2019. 

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  • CW Benelux November 2017

    The Netherlands is seen as a pioneering country which often takes different approaches to solving problems. It is a small country with limited resources and often finds itself using innovative methods to keep up.

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  • CIO Trends #11: Benelux

    The Netherlands is a nation leading the world in terms of digital, so it is to be expected that bit also leads the works in securing digital assets. In this e-guide read about a report that has damning conclusions on the IT security of some of the airport's core systems.

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  • CW Benelux - August-October 2020: Problems with critical security systems at Schiphol Airport

    Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam is one of Europe’s main access points, so you might be surprised to read that IT systems such as those controlling the Dutch borders are rarely tested. In this issue, read about a critical report from the Dutch Court of Audit.

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  • CW Benelux February 2018

    In this issue, read about how and why one public sector IT professional in the Netherlands, Victor Gevers, took a whole year out to hack ethically and, in the process, unearthed about 1,000 vulnerabilities.

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  • CIO Trends #10: Benelux

    If CIOs ever needed a reminder of the predatory cyber criminals that circle their organisations, Travelex's woes is a big one. Also find out how close autonomous ships are to regularly docking in Dutch ports. Read more about it in this issue of our CIO Trends Benelux series.

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  • CIO Trends #9: Benelux

    In this e-guide we reveal why Dutch authorities temporarily halt datacentre construction, how Luxembourg attracts the growing IT companies. Also, read on for details of blockchain confusion in the Netherlands as well as how a local academic is unmasking cybercriminals.

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  • CW Middle East ezine April 11 2019

    It's that time of year again when the Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities 2019 survey results are out, so in this issue we take a look at some of the findings.

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  • Why is there an ethical debate around AI?

    This quarter in CW Europe we look at how momentum in the artificial intelligence industry in France might be slowed due to ethical questions.

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  • CIO Trends #10: Nordics

    Swedish people are pioneering when it comes to adopting the latest technologies. But this malleability to new tech has its limits. Read in this eguide how Swedish consumers are losing confidence in social media, with increasing distrust over personal data use and online privacy.

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  • CW Nordics February-April 2020: Swedes lose faith in social media as data security fears increase

    Swedish citizens are becoming more concerned about the activities of social media companies and are reducing their online interaction with them as a result.

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  • Why does cybersecurity training fail?

    The Verizon 2018 Data Breach Investigations Report found that email attacks were the cause of 96% of data breach incidents. Despite this, 34% of employees don’t see the importance of security measures.The verdict is in: Cybersecurity training fails. Why? What can you do to fix it?Dive into this white paper to learn how to solve this major problem.

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  • Multi-pronged approach to cyber security professional development

    In this e-guide, we look at why organisations lack basic prevention, detection and response capabilities. Also, while mastering security basics should always be a top priority, the challenges in securing critical infrastructure and the internet of things provide ample opportunity for further professional development.

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  • CW Europe – December 2017

    In this quarter's CW Europe, we interview Laurence Schirrecker at Eurosport about how the broadcaster is using the latest technologies to improve how cycling enthusiasts can follow races. Computer Weekly caught up with her at the final stage of the Grand Tour cycling event La Vuelta in Madrid.

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  • NIST cybersecurity framework alignment study: Key research revealed

    AT&T Cybersecurity, in partnership with ESG, completed a research survey to parallel the NIST cybersecurity framework by assessing organizations’ postures across the 5 foundational cybersecurity functions from the framework: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover. Read on to uncover the results.

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  • APAC guide to plugging endpoint security gaps

    In this e-guide, read more about the evolution of endpoint security, how APAC organisations are using artificial intelligence to plug endpoint security gaps as well as potential blindspots in encrypted traffic used by a growing plethora of endpoint devices.

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  • Why hackers hack: The truth behind the myths

    This white paper breaks down some of the most common hacker myths and unveils the true methods and motivations behind these myths to help your organization lock down and protect customers against today’s biggest threats. Download to read more.

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  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to zero-trust security

    Zero trust is a conceptual architectural model that uses microperimeters and microsegmentation to secure corporate networks. In this 12-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why trust should be considered a security risk and the need for additional authentication strategies to have an appropriate level of security.

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  • Increase your employees' knowledge of basic security issues

    Your employees are your last line of defense against security threats. Are they ready? In this infographic, learn how to increase your employees’ knowledge of basic security issues with Mimecast Awareness Training.

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  • Cybersecurity best practices for state & local governments

    For state and local governments, managing cyberthreats and ensuring election security is made even more difficult by the lack of resources available. This white paper underlines the importance of government cybersecurity and highlights 10 best practices agencies can implement to better protect themselves and those they govern.

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  • Designing effective security awareness & training programs

    Building a cyber-resilient culture involves more than a cut-and-paste security training program that ticks the compliance checklist. In this Forrester study, discover how applying proven behavioral science to SA&T programs can yield organization-wide cultural change and improve security at the people-level.

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  • 2020 Cost of Insider Threats Global Report

    Each year, the Ponemon Institute conducts a study, known as the Cost of Insider Threats Global Report study, to dissect and examine the costs (direct and indirect) that result from insider threats. Download the report to explore the results of the 2020 study.

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  • CW Middle East July to Sept 2017

    In this issue of CW Middle East, we find out why the Gulf region must do more to attract women into IT if the region’s countries are to diversify.

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  • Can Lady Gaga and Madonna get people to take security seriously

    What does it take to get people to pay attention to cyber security? A celebrity law firm hack may hold some answers. Read more in this PDF.

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  • Computer Weekly – 18 July 2017: Airbus secures critical infrastructure

    This week, Computer Weekly explores how to secure industrial control systems, which have often lagged behind the leading edge of IT security and pose serious risks to critical national infrastructure. Airbus believes that despite the vulnerabilities of individual components, industrial control systems as a whole are quite resilient.

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  • DevSecOps delivers better business

    Firms need to consider the move from DevOps to DevSecOps. This e-guide focuses on the benefits of DevSecOps, paints a picture of the rise of this approach, and explains why using the right DevSecOps tools leads to more secure development. DevSecOps delivers better business, and it's time for you to find out how and why.

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  • CW ASEAN: How managed security services help to reduce cyber risk

    In this month's issue of CW ASEAN, read more about the pros and cons of using managed security services and considerations you should be aware of.

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  • Top 10 cyber crime stories of 2019

    Once again, in 2019 the cyber threat landscape proved the old biblical adage correct – there is nothing new under the sun. Data breaches were 10 a penny – indeed, in some cases they can actually be bought for pennies. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 cyber crime stories of 2019.

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  • CIO Trends #9: Middle East

    In this issue find out how blockchain is being tried out in Saudi Arabia to enable consumers to use their faces and blockchain-based apps to withdraw money from cash machines, rather than inserting PINs. Also, read how the UAE's Etihad Airways is working to use AI to help it better engage with staff and benefit from their knowledge and ideas.

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  • RSA Conference 2020 guide: Highlighting security's human element

    The theme of the 2020 RSA Conference was the human element, and the event promised once more to live up to its reputation as the place "where the world talks security. This RSA Conference 2020 guide is your single stop to find all the latest breaking news and expert insights from one of the cybersecurity world's biggest annual gatherings.

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  • CW ANZ: On cyber alert

    In this month's CW ANZ, read about the state of cyber security in Australia, Telstra's efforts to help enterprises improve their cyber security posture, and how Australian organisations can keep up with the demands of cyber security.

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  • CIO Trends #10: Middle East

    If CIOs ever needed a reminder of the predatory cyber criminals that circle their organisations, Travelex's woes are a big one. Also find out how Saudi Arabia could become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East. Read more about it in this issue of our CIO Trends Middle East series.

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  • Top 10 cyber security stories of 2019

    2019 was a busy year in the world of cyber security, with big stories around network security, data privacy and protection, and the state of General Data Protection Regulation compliance all hitting the headlines – and that's before we even get started on the issue of cyber crime. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 cyber security stories of 2019.

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  • CW APAC, June 2020: Trend Watch - data protection

    Asia-Pacific organisations see the importance of having good data protection practices, even as they are still grappling with organisational and operational challenges. In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at the different levels of preparedness across the region and what firms can do to plug any gaps.

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  • CW Nordics ezine February 2018

    In the first CW Nordics ezine of 2018, we take a look at some of the priorities of the region’s CIOs.

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  • Security awareness training 101

    Employee behavior and the culture you influence greatly impact the effectiveness of your overall cyber resilience strategy. Read on for 6 ways you can make security awareness apart of your organization's culture.

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  • CW Middle East - Oct-Dec 2019: Saudi banks trial biometrics in ATMs

    Biometric and blockchain technologies are being used in tandem to provide ID verification at Saudi Arabian cash machines.

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  • 10 ways to take MITRE ATT&CK from plan to action

    In this e-book, explore how the MITRE ATT&CK framework helps different parts of the organization.

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  • CW ASEAN: European data law - be aware and prepare

    Businesses across ASEAN will soon have to comply with a new data protection law – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will apply to companies that collect the personal data of Europeans. In this month's edition of CW ASEAN, we look at how ASEAN is gearing up for the GDPR, the current state of compliance and its impact on businesses.

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  • Rethinking security operations centers (SOC)

    Each year, organizations explore new technological territories and hackers grow more complex. This is made more difficult by an ever-expanding cybersecurity skills gap. This resource captures the expertise of independent industry leaders dedicated to addressing this imbalance by helping organizations rethink security operations – download now.

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  • Rethinking security operations centers (SOC)

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  • CW Europe – September-November 2017

    In this quarter's CW Europe, read about a political crisis in Balkan state with tech at its centre. The country has been accused of using surveillance technology for covert spying. Protests related to this were instrumental in the ruling party losing power after 10 years.

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  • 10 Ways to Take MITRE ATT&CK From Plan to Action

    The MITRE ATT&CK framework helps organizations manage cyber risk better and plan what data needs to be available for when the time comes for cyberthreat detection or investigating a security incident. Download "10 Ways to Take the MITRE ATT&CK Framework from Plan to Action" to learn how it can help your security strategy today.

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  • Computer Weekly - 17 March 2020: How NHS Digital is helping support the coronavirus crisis

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to NHS Digital about how technology is supporting the health service's response to the coronavirus crisis. We examine the challenges of running a successful security operations centre. And we look at the emerging datacentre architecture based on composable infrastructure. Read the issue now.

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  • CW Nordics May 2018

    In a country like Sweden which has embraced IT to transform life and work and where concepts like cashless society are welcomed by many, the proliferation of artificial intelligence is inevitable.

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  • CW Nordics August 2018

    In April 2017, the Swedish capital Stockholm was the scene of a terrorist attack which saw a truck used as a weapon on a pedestrianised street. It left five people dead and 14 seriously injured.

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  • Decentralising datacentres: The new challenges of security at the edge

    In September 2020, the Computer Weekly Security Think Tank, our panel of information and cyber security experts, consideredthe challenges inherent in decentralising the datacentre, and set out to answer the question, how can security professionals ensure such setups are just as secure as the traditional centralised model? Read more in this e-guide.

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  • Top VPNs secretly owned by Chinese firms

    Nearly a third of top VPNs are secretly owned by Chinese companies, while other owners are based in countries with weak or no privacy laws, potentially putting users at risk, security researchers warn. Dive into this story now.

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