Hit-and-hope generic cyber attacks are being usurped by highly targeted sniping on academic institutions with specific departments. Zeki Turedi finds out who is in the crosshairs
Twenty UK universities have signed up to take part in a cyber attacking exercise, aiming to expose weak spots in their systems which could potentially be exploited by illegal hackers.
New research from cyber security company Proofpoint reveals a lack of knowledge on cyber threats such as phishing and ransomware
With the higher education sector often considered a soft target by cyber criminals, data breaches are on the rise, says Varonis’ Andy Richmond
Exercise Mercury, organised by Jisc, is an ethical hacking competition designed to expose weaknesses in cyber defence
Andy Samsonoff, CEO of Invinsec, talks cyber security
New research from Jisc raises suspicions that staff or students could be in the frame
Probrand's Mark Lomas outlines the key steps a higher education organisation can take to prepare for a potential cyber attack
Universities provide a happy hunting ground for ransomware attacks, says Sarah Janes, managing director of Layer8Ltd
When it comes to cyber security, there is no such thing as locking the stable door after the horse has bolted
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