Cyber security is high in our collective awareness and we have more advanced technologies available than ever before. Still, companies struggle to detect breaches.
The security market is broken because ‘the industry got it wrong’ when consistently trying to bolt-on protection to technologies and solutions.
Europe's financial services industry has been forced to embrace open banking and customer data sharing. Now, with PSD2, U.S. banks will soon have to follow suit or face increased online competition.
VMware expands its security range with vSphere Platinum -- a new version of its virtualization software that has security integrated into the hypervisor.
Earlier this week high street retailer Superdrug was contacted by a lone hacker claiming that they had stolen the personal information of up to 20,000 customers and demanded a ransom in exchange for the information. This included customers' names, addresses, and other personal details, but no payment or card information.
Once the bailiwick of Hollywood special effects studios with multi-million-dollar budgets, now anyone can download deepfake software and use machine learning to make believable fake videos. This makes a lot of people nervous.
Recent research suggests that Financial Services firms have experienced a threefold increase in the rate of breaches, over the past five years. Financial Services companies face almost three times more cyber attacks than any other industry.
A four-year-old London startup that builds anti-fraud software using machine learning is rapidly scaling up from selling to fellow startups into the enterprise space. Computerworld UK sat down with one of the founders of Ravelin to discuss its technology and how it sells into that fundamentally different market.