With internet privacy becoming a hot topic in 2018 more people than ever are concerned about protecting themselves online.
It’s likely that your company has a web presence which gives your customers the ability to interact with your web sites through
Universal Plug ‘n’ Play, a KRYPSYS favourite hot button, has recently been identified as facilitating larger denial-of-service
Cybercriminals and penetration testing companies have a lot in common. Both search for vulnerabilities in your infrastructure
The privacy enhancing techniques of ‘anonymisation’ or ‘pseudonymisation’ of data are recognised by the GDPR and can
A saying, especially appropriate for GDPR, states that “there is no privacy without security” (not necessarily vice versa).
Cloud computing is well on track to increase from $67B in 2015 to $162B in 2020 which is a compound annual growth
According to our customers and security commentators here are some major trends that will be a feature of Cyber Security
Most people in the Information Security/Data Governance world at the moment are consumed with the
Do you need penetration test to comply with GDPR? The GDPR requires that you assess applications and critical