Security Think Tank: To stop ransomware, preparation is the best medicine
Paul Watts details what you should be focussing on when thinking about business resiliency in the context of ransomware.
How Cyber Threat Intelligence Provides Security and Value to Business
Steve Durbin offers his thoughts on how enterprises can make the most out of threat intelligence for smarter security.
Seven Practical Considerations for Effective Threat Intelligence
A background to the current state of threat intelligence, and practical guidance for security teams at all stages of its implementation.
The Threat of Deepfakes and Their Security Implications
Steve Durbin discusses the cyber best practices and security controls you should be implementing now to mitigate the threat of deepfakes.
How the Responsible Use of AI Can Create Safer Online Spaces
Steve Durbin offers recommendations for organisations to mitigate the potential risks and manage the ethical adoption of AI.
Organisations Cannot Prosper Without Trust: Five ways to boost trust with cyber security
Steve Durbin offers advice on how you can prevent the dilution of enterprise value and trust in the eyes of your stakeholders.
Five Trends Making Cyber Security Threats Riskier and More Expensive
As risks increase with the world becoming more digital, regulated, and interconnected, Steve Durbin offers steps to reduce their impact.
Three Cyber Threats Resulting from Today's Technology Choices to Hit Businesses by 2024
Steve Durbin features in Dark Reading to discuss three major cyber threats that could result from today's hasty technology decisions.
Three Threats Dirty Data Poses to the Enterprise
Steve Durbin discusses three dirty data cyber security concerns, and how organisations can protect themselves against these emerging threats.
Five Ways to Secure the Supply Chain in Times of Conflict
Steve explains the five steps organisations can take to help mitigate potential threats against the supply chain and be better armed.
What's Zero Trust, and What's Driving Its Adoption?
Steve Durbin deconstructs Zero Trust; explaining how it works, what the common misconceptions are, and what to consider before implementation.
7 Steps to Combat Cybersecurity Threats in Times of Instability
Steve Durbin outlines steps organisations and security teams can use to understand and prepare for potential threats in times of instability.
World's Largest Cybersecurity Benchmarking Study Finds that Top Executives Believe their Organizations are Not Prepared for New Era of Risk
ThoughtLab's press release for their study, providing evidence-based insights into the most effective cybersecurity practices and investments.
Cyber Risks for the Emerging 5G Era
Steve Durbin expands upon the risks, not only to individuals and businesses, but also to nations as 5G technologies transform communications.
Five Proactive Steps CISOs Can Take During Times of Instability
Steve Durbin outlines how CISOs can shift from being reactive to proactive, improving the overall resilience of their organisation.
5 Levers Lawmakers Can Use to Tackle Cybercrime
Steve Durbin breaks down each element of the cybersecurity framework presented in the recently released report led by the ISF with CC-Driver.
Four Major Cyber Risks in an Era of Tech Dominance
Read as Steve explores the technological risks that may lead to crises in the next decade in his latest article for Forbes.
How to Secure a Smart City
Dan Norman discusses the security challenges ahead with the continued shift to smart cities becoming an attractive target for cyber attackers.
Confronting Pervasive Cyber Threats for 2022 and Beyond
Discussing key pervasive cyber threats for 2022, Steve Durbin's recent Forbes article presents a strong foundation for security teams.
The Six Best Practices to Prevent Ransomware Infection
Read Steve Durbin's latest article addressing the most common ransomware attack techniques whilst offering guidance on their prevention.
Zero Trust: Five Misconceptions Every Business Should Avoid
Cybercrime is a major threat to every industry and organization in the world. No wonder global entities are desperately seeking a silver bullet that can somehow neutralize cybersecurity threats.
Is cyber insurance a worthwhile investment?
Here are five questions to help determine if your company needs cyber coverage. The cyber…
Understanding And Responding To Ransomware Threats
To pay or not to pay? Notwithstanding the ethical and emerging federal legal liability issues…
Prepare, respond, resume
Dan Norman, senior solutions analyst at the Information Security Forum, guides us through the key…
Embracing vulnerability management for the greater good
It is important to recognise that although setting out a policy and process for RD…
The next wave of cyberattacks will have 5G to thank
Given the high stakes, security should be at the forefront of 5G rollout plans At…
Giant Group cyber attack prompts renewed calls for statutory regulation of umbrella companies
The speed of the outage and the protracted nature of the recovery bears all of…
Information Security Forum's Annual World Congress Live Broadcast
Industry experts, including Rachel Botsman, Brian Cox, Max McKeown, Steve Wozniak, to convene at global…
The Pegasus Spyware Problem
Pegasus spyware, is this a real problem? Spyware is not a new problem and has…
What CISOs need to know about Wi-Fi 6E
Until now, there were limitations on some of the heavier network related devices like virtual…
Commercial Shipping Is the Next Cybersecurity Challenge
there is a misbelief that ships are not vulnerable to cyber incidents, leading to an…
Are 5G Networks Setting The Stage For A New Wave Of Cyberattacks?
...the sheer volume and velocity of 5G networks, combined with the complex infrastructure and heavy…
The transport threat
Ransomware will proliferate over the coming years, with attackers locking individuals into, or out of,…
NCSC head champions UK-Israeli cyber relationship amid spyware accusations
Organisations often have the best of intentions when creating some of these types of software,…
A return to the office is not a return to normal
Perhaps the biggest change that CISOs need to accept is that hybrid working is how…
Threat Horizon 2023: Four Evolving Threats That Should Be On Your Radar
The mass migration of people out of the workplace and into the home prompted a sharp rise in cybersecurity incidents.
The Challenge Of Continuous Assurance For Supply Chains
Building resilience and agility into a supply chain to cope with fluctuations in demand and meet business goals is a major challenge.
How Cyber Security Criminals Exploit the 'Accidental Insider'
In the first of his regular new information security columns for Security Middle East, Daniel…
Eurasia Risks 2021 - Global Cyber Crisis
The first nation state to develop technologies such as AI, 5G, robotics and quantum computing…
Eurasia Risks 2021 - Digital Totalitarianism
Highly connected ecosystems of digital devices will enable the harvest, repurpose and sale of sensitive…
The new reality of a world online
Interview with Steve Durbin, Chief Executive of the ISF and The European The combination of…
Security Think Tank: Towards a united state of security
By Jordon Kelly, Research Analyst at the ISF Of his new national security appointments, president…
Five Threat Vectors Destined To Make Waves In 2021
By Steve Durbin, CEO of the Information Security Forum, and Forbes Business Council Member Building…
New Year’s Resolutions for the Board in 2021
By Steve Durbin, CEO of the ISF Maturing your organization’s ability to detect intrusions quickly…
Cybersecurity Must Be the Top Priority for the Board in 2021
By Steve Durbin, CEO of the ISF Leading the enterprise to a position of readiness,…
2020 Work-for-Home Shift: What We Learned
One area that organizations need to deal with is the rise of the insider threat,…
Top Global Security Threats Organizations Will Face in 2021
Attackers will continue to be presented with the tools and opportunities to target and exploit…
Remote Work in 2021: Cybersecurity Grows in Importance
The global COVID-19 pandemic has forced digital change on organizations at high speed and certainly…
Threats from the digital world lead to greater cyber security concerns
Organizations will have to adapt quickly to survive when digital and physical worlds collide. By…
On the Cybersecurity Horizon: Digital and Physical Worlds Set to Collide
By Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF The digital and physical worlds are on an irreversible…
Deepfakes will tell true lies
By Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF In the coming years, advanced deepfakes of high-profile individuals…
Google, Apple tighten protections on contact tracing; Americans worry over privacy
As the likes of Google and Apple bolster privacy in the race to come up…
The Impact of Coronavirus on the Threat Landscape
How has the coronavirus impacted the outlook on security over the next few years? The…
Neglected Infrastructure, Invasive Tech to Plague Infosec in 2022
Researchers outline cybersecurity threats they predict businesses will face in two years as technology evolves.…
Information Security Forum: Nine Cybersecurity Threats Organizations can Expect Through 2022
The Information Security Forum (ISF) has released Threat Horizon 2022, the latest in a series of…
IoT security, neglected infrastructure, and a crisis of trust deemed major threats for 2022
The Information Security Forum predicts the coming threats with a very good track record so…
World Economic Forum Global Risks Report Highlights Dangers of Digital innovation
"In a hyperconnected world, attack surfaces and interdependencies will grow astonishingly quickly," warns Steve Durbin,…