5 cyber security articles from July you don’t want to miss

August is now well-underway but before we completely say goodbye to July, let’s take a look back at some insightful articles which I recommend you read:

The countdown to the Global CyberLympics World Finals begins

This is an international cyber competition that will be held at ISACA’s EuroCACS/ISRM conference in Barcelona, Spain. The competition will feature teams of ethical hackers from over 30 countries battling to be crowned champion. Continue reading

European IT-GRC job market to ‘explode’ over the next two years

As you’ve probably noticed from the news, it seems a week can’t pass without a security breach being announced. eBay, Target, AOL, Sony, Adobe, Nintendo, Domino’s Pizza (France)… You name it, they’ve had it. So what does this spell out to the rest of business? Does it mean you’re next? Continue reading

Three of the European Commission’s biggest challenges

European Commissioner Neelie Kroes gave a speech earlier this year in which she outlined the need for ‘digital capital for a connected continent’. Noting that ‘Europe lags behind while others take the digital dividend’, she identified three major challenges that currently face the union. Continue reading

European Central Bank (ECB) website hacked – personal information stolen

It’s been revealed that personal information was stolen when the website of the European Central Bank was hacked. Continue reading

List of Data Breaches and Cyber Attacks in July

Although July hasn’t been as bad as June in terms of attacks and breaches, it’s still been a very bad month. For the second month running we have seen a business fold due to a data leak, and this one wasn’t caused by an attacker. Continue reading

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