Dan Swinhoe

Editor

Dan Swinhoe is UK Editor of CSO Online. Previously he was Senior Staff Writer at IDG Connect.

China’s MLPS 2.0: Data grab or legitimate attempt to improve domestic cybersecurity?

China’s MLPS 2.0: Data grab or legitimate attempt to improve domestic cybersecurity?

The new version China’s Multi-Level Protection Scheme (MLPS) expands what companies fall under its purview and lower the threshold for government inspection. Should companies with operations in China be concerned?

UK government gives £36 million to Arm to develop secure chips

UK government gives £36 million to Arm to develop secure chips

The government’s investment is a drop in the ocean for an issue that should be front and center for the semiconductor industry.

4 blockchain security lessons from Euroclear's CISO

4 blockchain security lessons from Euroclear's CISO

Euroclear is taking a security in-depth approach with its blockchain project. CISO Vincent Laurens shares his experience and offers advice for others looking to get started with blockchain.

How one information company amplifies its security team’s work and message

How one information company amplifies its security team’s work and message

Specialist information business Ascential extends its security team with champions who drive security culture across the global organization.

When and how to write a GDPR DPIA

When and how to write a GDPR DPIA

Data Protection Impact Assessments are a way for companies to minimize risk around new processes and keep a record demonstrating their efforts to comply with the GDPR.

Rebuilding after NotPetya: How Maersk moved forward

Rebuilding after NotPetya: How Maersk moved forward

In the wake of NotPetya attacks, Maersk’s IT and security teams embraced transparency, greater collaboration with business, and a risk-based approach.

3 DevSecOps success stories

3 DevSecOps success stories

Learn how three very different companies — Microsoft, Verizon and the Pokemon Company — got their development and security teams to work together smoothly.

Good bots vs. bad bots: How Electrocomponents tells the difference

Good bots vs. bad bots: How Electrocomponents tells the difference

Electrocomponents sells billions of pounds worth of products online, but malicious bots threaten that business. Here's how they keep bad bots at bay.

Privacy Shield and Brexit: What now? What next?

Privacy Shield and Brexit: What now? What next?

Once the UK leaves the European Union, companies on both sides of the Atlantic will need to act to ensure compliant data flows between the UK and US under Privacy Shield.

UK enterprises want more machine learning in security but lack data scientists

UK enterprises want more machine learning in security but lack data scientists

Amid widespread skills shortages companies are looking to automation and machine learning, but will a shortage in data scientists curtail these ambitions?

How UK enterprises might protect EU citizen data post-Brexit

How UK enterprises might protect EU citizen data post-Brexit

If and when the UK leaves the European Union, UK organisations will likely turn to standard contractual clauses to ensure data flows continue legally. But that could change.

What is the NCSC’s Cyber Essentials scheme and how can it help enterprise CSOs?

What is the NCSC’s Cyber Essentials scheme and how can it help enterprise CSOs?

The UK government-approved accreditation scheme provides a baseline for companies to secure their systems and devices and can help enterprises secure supply chains.

Protecting fresh fruit from cyberattacks with automation and AI

Protecting fresh fruit from cyberattacks with automation and AI

With its entire business revolving around fresh produce, UK fruit producer Berry Gardens can’t afford for its supply chain to be disrupted by cyberattacks.

Where are UK organisations investing their security budgets?

Where are UK organisations investing their security budgets?

Cloud concerns, automation, and human threats are driving security investments in 2019, suggests a CSO study of organisations in the UK.

Morrisons data breach may change the rules around liability in cyber attacks

Morrisons data breach may change the rules around liability in cyber attacks

UK companies may soon be liable for actions of rogue employees, opening them up to massive litigation claims from people affected by data breaches.

If the GDPR fines don’t get you, the personal claims might

If the GDPR fines don’t get you, the personal claims might

With the deadline for mis-sold PPI claims coming to an end, GDPR could become the new cash cow for 'no-win, no-fee' law firms and spur a rise of class action lawsuits.

Safe travels: 7 best practices for protecting data at border crossings

Safe travels: 7 best practices for protecting data at border crossings

Border agents are requesting access to devices and the data on them with no regard to your organization's security policies. Here's how to protect that data and your employees.

Humans are the weak link: Security awareness & education still a challenge for UK companies

Humans are the weak link: Security awareness & education still a challenge for UK companies

A new CSO study of UK organizations suggestions human-centric security is a major priority.

5 ways the FTSE 250 falls down on web security (and 1 where they’re pretty good)

5 ways the FTSE 250 falls down on web security (and 1 where they’re pretty good)

The FTSE 250 is good at keeping internet-facing SMB & Telnet exposure down but has work to do around HTTPS and DMARC.

UK’s biggest cyber-hungry employers revealed

UK’s biggest cyber-hungry employers revealed

Competition for security talent in the UK is fierce, with the big four accounting firms all on a hiring spree.

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