Editorial Staff


By Tim Sadler, CEO of Tessian Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, cybercriminals have capitalized on key moments and the latest updates. We’ve seen hackers impersonate governmental departments, healthcare organizations, and charities, often in phishing attacks designed to lure unsuspecting victims into wiring money or sharing account details and confidential data. One […]

How to Not Fall Victim to COVID-19 Vaccine Phishing Attacks


February 2021 – Under UK law, the police are not permitted to use evidence obtained through the interception of communications but a recent Appeals Court ruling allows them to use evidence obtained by systematically hacking the supply chain of secure communications software and hardware vendors. Julian Dean, founder of the […]

Court decision legitimizes cyber attacks by the police and security ...


By Jean Michel, Chief Technology Officer, Total Processing  Stores closed and shoppers naturally moved online to purchase. The importance of safe online shopping became more significant than ever before. Many businesses just aren’t providing shoppers with the level of trust they expect. Where are businesses mainly going wrong when it […]

How to Build Customer Trust



By Emily Newton Cybersecurity practitioners are continually concerned with staying ahead of online criminals. However, as such attacks become more prevalent, it’s getting harder for them to succeed in that already-daunting task. Deep learning may help. This is a subset of artificial intelligence that uses algorithms inspired by the human […]

How Can We Apply Deep Learning Algorithms for Cybersecurity?


By Brian Stone, SVP Customer Success, FairWarning & Elizabeth Champion, VP and Chief Compliance Officer, FMOLHS From ensuring an organization meets regulatory requirements to preserving personal health information (PHI), healthcare compliance teams face a myriad of challenges to safeguard patient data. Oftentimes privacy, compliance, and security departments are siloed across […]

Working in Harmony to Create a Culture of Compliance


By Muhammad Tariq Ahmed Khan, Head of Cybersecurity Audit, Internal Audit Division, Arab National Bank There has been a misconception about privacy that confuses many people. People tend to share seemingly related or unrelated personal information online, such as birthdays, address, contact details, marriage, and holiday plans on social media. […]

Data Privacy, Good Governance, and Controls





By Devin Partida, Editor-in-Chief, ReHack.com The security market today is more diverse and accessible than it ever has been. Businesses and consumers alike have access to a tremendous range of different technologies, fitting every occasion and budget. Still, a recent report found that 46.9% of homeowners and renters don’t have any […]

The Best Security System Features for 2021



By Todd Rychecky, VP of Americas at Opengear  2020 was a turbulent year for network management and security – ranging from an unprecedented influx of remote work from home network traffic to massive cyber-breaches across US government networks. And 2021 promises to be just as challenging for network managers, meaning […]

5 Critical Predictions for Network Management and Security