Understanding millennials critical in filling cyber-skills gap

Researchers say by 2022 there will be a shortage of 1.8 million information security workers and that tech firms need to take notice of what motivates millennials to take advantage of the next generation of cyber talent to fill the employment gap. Millennials are more likely to voluntarily change jobs within

Facebook Uses AI In Fight Against Terrorism

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In a blog post yesterday, social media giant Facebook said that it will use artificial intelligence (AI) to find and remove terrorist content before other users see it after the platform was criticised for not doing enough to tackle extremism. Homer Strong, Director of Data Science at Cylance commented below. Homer Strong, Director of Data Science at Cylance: “Overall

Poll: UK General Election Could Be Hacked

With 2 days to go until the UK general election, Tripwire, a leading global provider of security and compliance solutions for enterprises and industrial organizations, conducted a poll asking whether they think hackers could interfere in the UK general election process. The overwhelming majority of respondents agreed that hackers could interfere in the UK general

New GDPR Countdown Study: Most Businesses Not Prepping (YouGov Survey)

The Register is reporting today on a new survey of 2000 businesses by YouGov and UK solicitors Irwin Mitchell, which exposes an underlying absence of awareness and urgency about complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which takes effect May 25, 2018. Findings show that just threein every ten organizations surveyed (29 percent) have started preparing for the new data


IoT security sees new solutions from Cloudflare and Forgerock: Both Cloudflare and Forgerock announced new IoT security products this week. Cloudflare, a provider of security solutions for websites, has re-tooled its web based offering into an IoT specific product called Orbit. Meanwhile IAM provider ForgeRock announced the ForgeRock Edge Security platform