In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at what organisations in the Asia-Pacific region are doing to secure their systems, from adopting a DevSecOps approach, to preparing for cyber attacks and ensuring the privacy of Covid-19 contact-tracing app users.
The Theatre of Dreams briefly turned into The Theatre of Nightmares last week as Manchester United Football Club suffered a cyber-attack on their systems. This e-Guide dives into more depth about how the attack happened and what Manchester United's cyber security team did, in order to prevent a loss of data and keep a clean sheet.
2021 was a breakout year for ransomware as the cybersecurity attack vector wreaked havoc on organizations around the world. Truth is that this trend is set to continue in 2022 and beyond. In this infographic, we take a look at the worldwide ransomware landscape at the beginning of 2022 and which areas of the globe have been affected the most.
In this Royal Holloway article, the authors go beyond the perpetuated stereotypes often found in media surrounding hackers by analysing the characteristics of real-life convicted hackers in the UK, who were charged under the Computer Misuse Act
Artificial intelligence tools are becoming a vital part of the security arsenal for organizations and cyber criminals alike. In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at how ASEAN firms are using AI to combat cyber threats and experts discuss the latest smart cyber security tools.
Identity's place in the attack chain is driving the shift of identity responsibility from IT operations to security. In this e-guide, read about our identity predictions for 2023, how organisations can tame the identity sprawl, and why identity security should be at the core of ASEAN's digital economy.
In this article in our Royal Holloway security series, former helicopter pilot Ashley Bye explains how the UK Military Aviation Authority's model for an engaged air safety culture could be used to reduce the prevalence and severity of cyber security incidents.
This article introduces connected and autonomous vehicles, analysing the underlying technologies and considering their cyber security vulnerabilities and attacks. We identify and assess the existing and emerging countermeasures for such vulnerabilities, and propose high-level recommendations.
The past 12 months saw ransomware attacks hit new levels of sophistication, with cyber criminal gangs turning to increasingly professional-style tactics and targeting more impactful victims – and these trends are highly unlikely to fade as we move further into 2022.