After months of negotiation, the UAE’s answer to Uber have announced acquisition by, well, Uber, in a deal set to value the Dubai based start-up at over $3.1 billion. What are the security implications?
We take a ‘deep dive’ look into the responses from participants in a range of sectors. What are the biggest threats faced by different industries? What are their priorities? And who are their most reliable allies in the struggle against cybercrime?
Uber will have to pay $148 million to state authorities in the US for attempting to cover up a data breach in 2016.
British Airways has revealed that 380,000 customers have had their credit card details stolen in a “very sophisticated, malicious” cyberattack.
It was hi-di-hijack for Butlins recently, when it was revealed that up to 34,000 guests at its resorts may have had their personal information stolen by hackers.
The information security world isn’t known for its optimism – so when Airbus UK Chief Ian Goslin spoke last month about embracing collaboration in the interest of the greater cybersecurity good, it raised mixed reactions.