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
The GDPR requires that “Taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation and the nature
BYOD policies have become a common fixture, particularly in larger organisations, and seem set to stay.