GCC – 2016 saw a huge number and variety of cyber attack, ranging from a high-profile DDoS using hijacked Internet-facing security cameras to the alleged hacking of party officials during the US election. We also saw a rising tide of data breaches, from organizations big and small,
US – According to a recent survey conducted by Capital One, more than half (52 percent) of security industry professionals see video surveillance as the technology trend that will have the biggest impact on their businesses in the coming years. That’s a significant increase from 2015
UAE – A sense of safety and security, good job opportunities, as well as a great quality of life, has led to 86 per cent of surveyed expats proud to call the UAE their home, new research by Xpress Money has revealed. Over 38 per cent
UAE – According to a report in Arabian Business, Norton by Symantec has released findings from its annual Cyber Security Insights Report, revealing 2.53 million consumers in the UAE have been victims of online crime in the past year as hackers take advantage of consumer complacency.
Case study – Sky Deutschland and Paxton Access Sky Deutschland is a German media company which operates a Direct Broadcast Pay TV platform in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, offering a collection of digital subscription television channels. It is part of the international Sky PLC. The Sky Deutschland Customer
Special to SSN Gulf – comment by Alastair Paterson, CEO and Co-Founder, Digital Shadows TO SAY that the 2016 U.S. Presidential election cycle has been unusual would be an understatement for a number of reasons. As a security professional, what stands out is the steady stream of cyber
UAE – Cisco has announced its Platinum sponsorship of the RSA Conference 2016 to be held in Abu Dhabi at the Emirates Palace Hotel from 15-16 November 2016. With ever-expanding connectivity, digitisation and the Internet of Things (IoT) transforming the world, security is essential to seizing
UAE – Digital Shadows, a provider of cyber situational awareness, released its Compromised Credentials research paper which analysed the largest 1,000 companies listed on the Forbes Global 2000. The report found that 97 per cent of those companies, spanning all businesses sectors and geographical regions, had leaked