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If you build it, they will come: Four steps to building a security operations centre that top talent wants to be a part of

If you build it, they will come: Four steps to building a security operations centre that top talent wants to be a part of

In an age where junior analysts only stay at a job an average of 12 to 18 months, building an effective SOC means creating an environment that skilled workers are drawn to and has career staying power. Allistair Scott, Senior Security...

Why graphs will form the basis for a new HR industry

Why graphs will form the basis for a new HR industry

Global HR influencer Josh Bersin recently singled out graph databases as the basis for a new wave of HCM technology over the next 5-10 years. Neo4j’s Amy Holder examines the claim and considers some real-world examples.

Five years on: How Petya ransomware changed cybersecurity forever

Five years on: How Petya ransomware changed cybersecurity forever

Five years after Petya, Webroot's Nick Emanuel looks at the mechanics of ransomware and how it has changed since Petya's inception, and the practical impacts the malware has had on the cybersecurity industry.

Delivering quantum-like capabilities to the desktop to overcome combinational optimisation problems

Delivering quantum-like capabilities to the desktop to overcome combinational optimisation problems

How the latest innovation in computing is helping to bring quantum capabilities to the desktop, enabling organisations to solve notoriously complex combinational optimisation (CO) problems without the need for quantum computers -...

Why you need to change your attitude to cyber security

Why you need to change your attitude to cyber security

Ahead of We Fight Fraud Live, Head of Cyber Solomon Gilbert, explains why it's not good enough to just react to cyber attacks – instead you must correct your mindset and adopt more resilient attitudes.

Cybersecurity and board-level buy-in: how to speak the language of a CFO

Cybersecurity and board-level buy-in: how to speak the language of a CFO

Every CISO knows that the cyber threat landscape is growing ever-more sophisticated, making the mission of keeping the enterprise secure a task with seemingly no end. By learning to speak the language of the CFO, CISOs can improve...

Three ways we may bounce back in 2021 (and why tech wins in all of them)

Three ways we may bounce back in 2021 (and why tech wins in all of them)

As the world looks to life after COVID-19, we look at three possible scenarios as to how organisations might bounce back in 2021, and the role technology will play in each.

10 digital transformation challenges and how to overcome them

10 digital transformation challenges and how to overcome them

Confidence is vital in 2021. Only enterprises willing to take a leap of faith will come out of the pandemic in strong form. But many teams have been hurt by digital transformation failures in the past. Michael Chalmers, MD at...

Creating positive futures in an era of uncertainty

Creating positive futures in an era of uncertainty

Combine the Covid-19 pandemic with environmental change, political instability, and rapid advances in technology trends in business, and it feels as if traditional approaches to strategy are inadequate. The scale of change, in short,...

Why phishing and ransomware should be at the top of your c-suite's security concerns

Why phishing and ransomware should be at the top of your c-suite's security concerns

With research showing bad actors are focusing more on ransomware and phishing, what is the link between phishing and ransomware and why will they continue to be prominent threats in 2021?

What is GitOps and why does it matter to your business?

What is GitOps and why does it matter to your business?

Tom Finch, Solutions Architect at cloud native delivery platform Appvia, demystifies GitOps and explains why it’s an important part of the bigger technology and digitalisation play for businesses

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