Modern cyber security bears great resemblance to the Titanic disaster, says Stena CISO

Magnus Carling, CISO of worldwide conglomerate Stena AB, likened modern cyber security practices to the oversights which led to the Titanic disaster in 1912. Speaking at Cloudsec 2019, Carling told attendees “the iceberg was innocent. It wasn’t the iceberg that Read More …

Network Rail warns passengers to avoid South Western main line after major fault

Thousands of rail passengers have experienced severe delays after a major signalling fault on the South Western main line. The operator’s services were already being disrupted by the second day of a five-day walkout by RMT union members when the Read More …

Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors’ Melted Uranium Fuel

Four engineers hunched before a bank of monitors, one holding what looked like a game controller. They had spent a month training for what they were about to do: pilot a small robot into the contaminated heart of the ruined Read More …

DDoS Attacks Can Cost Businesses Up to $2.5M Per Attack, Report Says

The time to respond and mitigate DDoS attacks can be costly for companies, and some businesses can lose roughly $2.5 million on average per attack, a research report released today said. Neustar, an analytics firm that sees swathes of DDoS attack telemetry daily, boiled Read More …

Security & Counter Terror Expo 2017: an international platform for global security

UK’s leading national security event returns to London in May with a programme created to help those tasked with keeping nations, assets and businesses safe Terrorism has become part of every day life. Over the past 12 months, Europe has Read More …

Disaster-Warning Drone Tested Over Busy Urban District

Japan has been experimenting to see if drones can be useful in gathering information and using undisrupted communications during major disasters. Officials from Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, and drone experts flew a drone in a high-rise district west of JR Shinjuku Read More …