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ThreatLocker: The Best Practices for Common Cybersecurity Threats in 2023 

Around the world, cyber threats are on the rise, with attackers increasingly targeting organisations’ most valued assets, necessitating businesses to ensure greater protection and smoother experiences for their users. ThreatLocker, a cybersecurity company developing tools for decades...


Deep Dive: Josh Neame, CTO, BlueFort


BlueFort expert on the crucial role of intelligence-led visibility in defending your external attack surface

The rise of cloud-based technology has allowed a fast-paced expansion of external attack surfaces and as cybersecurity starts to rise on the C-level priority list, it has become clear organisations must think about risk mitigation in new ways. Josh Neame, CTO at BlueFort, tells us how stripping...


Why endpoint protection and Zero Trust are the future

As cyberthreats continue to increase, it is critical for organisations to ensure greater protection and smoother experiences for their users. Rob Allen, VP of Operations for EMEA at ThreatLocker and a seasoned IT Professional with over two decades of experience, speaks to Intelligent CIO’s...


Deep Dive: Rob Allen, VP of Operations EMEA, ThreatLocker


Meeting growing consumer demands without compromising on security     

Competition in the online retail sector is fierce; companies need to provide a seamless experience to keep customers interested and coming back. One important aspect of this is providing essential cybersecurity and protecting customers’ data, while not affecting the speed of the retail...


AI assistance, digital fingerprinting and more to support national security

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and Plexal, an innovation company closing the gap between government, start-ups and industry, have welcomed a new intake of talented cyber companies to the NCSC For Start-ups programme. Over the course of 12 weeks, four start-ups will receive technical...


Editor’s Question: How can SMEs fill the cybersecurity skills void?

The cyberattack threat continues to grow. The latest startling statistics show that more than 80% of UK businesses experienced at least one cyberattack in 2022. This is up by just under 10% compared to the previous annual findings. To put that into greater context, that number means more than...


How mid-market enterprises can mitigate increasing cybersecurity risks

Larger businesses have the budget to spend money on their cybersecurity defences. This is not always the case for small and medium businesses, which can make them a prime target for cyberattacks. Robert Sugrue, Cybersecurity Product Director at Six Degrees, explains how SMEs should not rely on...


Cyberattacks: the most dangerous month for businesses revealed 

Small business cloud hosting provider, Cloudways, a DigitalOcean company, has analysed cybersecurity data to reveal which time of year businesses experience the most cyberattacks, making that period the most dangerous month for businesses’ cybersecurity.  Security is paramount for...


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