30 July 2021
Making your network safe from the traditional north to south perspective is no longer enough. In a digital world, micro-segmentation that secures it from east to west is also vital
In the modern era of cyber-crime, ransomware and digital threat vectors, your infrastructure security is more essential than ever. After all, a successful attack against a company’s IT infrastructure can easily impact an organisation’s earnings, damage its reputation, and compromise its operations.Find out more
28 July 2021
Netscout, a provider of cybersecurity, service assurance, and business analytics solutions, has introduced Netscout Smart Edge Monitoring "to give IT teams complete visibility and insights to assure the highest-quality end-user experience in any network or application regardless of where employees perform their job".
By reimagining service assurance for the hybrid enterprise, Netscout claims to be the first to introduce an entirely new, patent-pending architecture that combines smart data analytics with synthetic transaction testing to deliver visibility and support for the end-user experience whether working at home, business offices, or remote locations.Find out more
26 July 2021
Criminals have hacked into a website used for buying and selling firearms, stealing a 111,000-entry database containing partial information from a CRM product used by gun shops across the UK.
The Guntrader breach last week saw the theft of a SQL database powering both the Guntrader.uk buy-and-sell website and its electronic gun shop register product, comprising about 111,000 users and dating between 2016 and 17 July this year.
The database contains names, mobile phone numbers, email addresses, user geolocation data, and more including bcrypt-hashed passwords. It is a severe breach of privacy not only for Guntrader but for its users: members of the UK's licensed firearms community.Find out more
21 July 2021
British Airways has settled a legal claim by some of the 420,000 people who were affected by a major 2018 data breach.
The breach affected both customers and BA staff and included names, addresses and payment-card details. It led to the Information Commissioner's Office handing the airline its largest fine to date, of £20m, over the "unacceptable" failure to protect customers.
However, BA's settlement - the amount of which remains confidential - did not include any admission of liability.Find out more