The Ultimate Resource for Cyber-Security
Data breaches are now a fact of life for many firms, with a recent study from PwC putting the average cost of a data breach for UK small business at £75,000 to £311,000. Often, employee behaviour is at fault. Against this backdrop, channel partners who can help businesses bolster their network security in areas such as conducting network audits and assessments have never been in more demand. Internal network security is becoming a priority area for end users, with analyst IHS Markit predicting that the global network security appliance and software market will grow from $8bn to $10.8bn between 2015 and 2020. This hub will provide you with all the latest news to stay ahead in this market
Westcoast joins CMS and Nuvias as Barracuda's UK distributors
Cybersecurity Ventures flags up worsening skills gap as it unveils its latest Cybersecurity 500 list
Government survey finds that over two thirds of FTSE 350 companies are not trained to deal with attacks
Spending on software services set to increase at the expense of hardware services
IT pros specialising in cybersecurity and digitisation commanding high salaries right now, according to recruitment firm
CRN ranks 2017's biggest acquisitions in cybersecurity
In its mid-year cybersecurity report Cisco claims BEC fraud is generating a better return for hackers than ransomware
CRN profiles the cybersecurity vendors with the largest funding rounds in 2017 so far
VAD snaps up California-based Fine Tec for undisclosed sum
SI claims detection times can be cut from 190 days to less than one minute
Following the rise of the PC and cloud computing, IoT will represent a third "mega wave" for security, according to Trend founder Eva Chen
Spending set to rise 16 per cent next year as SMBs seek to shore up their defences, says Canalys
INFOSEC 2017: Dame Stella Rimington urges the government to keep calm and not implement 'radical' changes in the wake of a third terror attack in the UK this year
Theresa May hit out at tech firms yesterday for providing 'safe spaces' for terrorism to 'breed'
Security VAR looks to expand its services and solutions capabilities further
Analysis of ransom notes suggest they were written in Chinese then translated into other languages using Google Translate
While cybercriminals are motivated by money or notoriety, did the WannaCry hacker accidentally build political bridges, asks Tom Wright?
Sophos acquired Invincea earlier this year and CEO Kris Hagerman expects further acquisitions over the next five years
Sophos, Symantec and FireEye all saw share prices rise as organisations moved quickly to secure their IT systems
Security blogger Graham Cluley tells CRN that XP is a factor behind NHS ransomware crisis following CRN FoI request showing that 4.7 per cent of NHS machines are still running XP
Security reseller claims initial theories show hackers used vulnerability that Microsoft fixed through patch in March - but that the NHS may not have finished updating its systems
More than 50 per cent of firms GDPR affects won't be in full compliance by end of 2018, according to analyst
With ransomware arguably the number-one cyber threat to businesses of all sizes, Ignition Technology's CTO Paul Risk set out to discover just how easy it is to profit from the notorious malware. Tom Wright reports
Security VAR rolls its research and intelligence units into one global entity
Enlarged group now has 210 staff following swoop for Check Point Gold partner Cygnia
Comms VAR says purchase of Sophos partner will add another £11m to top line
Analyst predicts spending on cybersecurity hardware, software and services will reach nearly $105bn by 2020
Security spending is shifting from prevention-only approaches towards detection and response, but end-users lack the skills to make the switch effectively, analyst concludes
With the number of vendors in the cybersecurity space increasing at an unprecedented rate, what should the channel be on the look out for this year?
Brad Smith calls on governments to be more co-operative with each other to combat state-sanctioned cyber attacks, and calls on the tech sector to act as a 'digital Switzerland'