Coming up this week in Hive News Weekly, Siri listens in to your private conversations, Another Day another data breach this time from Capital One and Oppo unveils a phone that’s basically just a slab of glass.
This week we talk how British Airways data breach will cost them £183 Million pounds, Leaks of the Galaxy Note 10 and Will Alexa snoop on NHS Patients. Keep unto date with Hive News weekly.
We have been certified under the G Cloud 11 Framework to offer a suite of cyber security solutions to UK Government Organisations, including the NHS.
Chess has been announced as a Certification Body for the UK Government Cyber Essentials scheme.
New government research published this week reveals that 32% of businesses identified cybersecurity breaches or attacks in the last 12 months.
At the heart of any digital transformation is the harness of data to continually improve customer outcomes and operational excellence.
However, how can organisations be digitally innovative whilst keeping data safe, ensuring it is compliant and enabling the exploitation of data efficiency?
This On Demand webinar explores in depth
- The current and emerging threat landscape
- Sophos Intercept x + EDR features and capability
The emerging technology that’s offering in house IT teams threat tracking and SOC (Security Operations Center) style capabilities is a significant and welcome step forward in the battle against cyber crime.
What Is Pen Testing – and Why Does It Matter?
The aim of a penetration test is not only to provide an organisation with a view of their security position but also to assess the would-be impact of a compromise.
In this insightful webinar, Chess Pen Tester Ben Pymner explores the key elements of this essential tool in the battle against cybercrime.
June saw another fantastically successful SecureTour18 for Chess CyberSecurity. The annual event happened at four locations around the country, including St Pancras Renaissance Hotel; the Imperial War Museum, Duxford; Old Trafford Cricket Club, Manchester and The International Conference Centre, Edinburgh.
Uber has confirmed that it concealed a major cyber security hack in the United States back in October 2016.