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Our Commercial team looks at the recently published European standard, which provides greater clarity over the level of cybersecurity expected in IoT products.
The NISR (Network and Information Systems Regulations), which came into force on 9 May 2018, are designed to protect the critical national infrastructure of EU countries in the event of a cyber attack.
As internet-connected devices across Europe playing an increasingly important role in supporting day to day economic activity, EU parliament has recently passed a new Cybersecurity Act, ensuring cyber resilience of ...
Our team of subject matter experts look at the recent rise in cyber attacks in the energy sector and impact of the introduction of the NIS Directive on the sector as a whole.
The pandemonium caused by the WannaCry cyber attack was sadly all too predictable. WannaCry has the hallmarks of an amateur heist as opposed to the actions of a state actor or a sophisticated crime gang.
Cyber security is an arms race, with criminals and companies locked in a continuing battle to stay one step ahead of each other. The pandemic just handed the hackers a big advantage.
Our cybersecurity team take a look at a recently issued UK/US advisory note warning of increased cyber-crime linked to COVID-19 and offer practical advice to businesses looking to ensure the best possible protection in ...
There is no doubt that cyber security is of increasing concern for all businesses worldwide. With attacks on the rise and regulators stepping up their efforts, we anticipate that this trend will continue into 2020 and ...
The Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive, which aims to increase the security of network and information systems across the EU, becomes law in each Member State on 9 May 2018.