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A new report suggests criminalising the paying of ransom demands might change everything – but could it result in mutual assured destruction as cyber security goes nuclear? Organised crime researcher, lecturer and consultant Chris Allen takes a look

It’s been a month since the Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISec) released its damning research into the state of gender equality and balance in cybersecurity.  How did the sector react to the findings? What, if anything, has actually happened as a result – and one month later, what exactly have we learned?

Richard Forrest, senior associate at one of the UK’s leading data breach solicitors Hayes Connor, provides five tips to reduce your risk of a data breach…

Online and offline criminals are mimicking big businesses, setting up corporate structures and offices to make operations more efficient and to act as cover. Organised crime researcher, lecturer and consultant Chris Allen explains that this level of sophistication means we all need to be wary

Increasing the variety of minds and people in our sector is not simply a nice-to-have: it’s an operational imperative. Owanate Bestman is a cybersecurity specialist recruiter with first-hand experience of creating gender-balanced security departments. Here’s how he does it…