Michael Hill

UK Editor

Michael Hill is the UK editor of CSO Online. He has spent the past five-plus years covering various aspects of the cybersecurity industry, with particular interest in the ever-evolving role of the human-related elements of information security. A keen storyteller with a passion for the publishing process, he enjoys working creatively to produce media that has the biggest possible impact on the audience.

UK can legally launch cyberattacks to counter hostile states, says attorney general

CISA issues emergency warning over two new VMware vulnerabilities

CISA issues emergency warning over two new VMware vulnerabilities

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency issues emergency security directive over VMware vulnerabilities CVE-2022-22972 and CVE-2022-22973, which threat actors are likely to exploit.

QuSecure launches end-to-end post-quantum cybersecurity solution

QuSecure launches end-to-end post-quantum cybersecurity solution

QuSecure claims new solution is the industry’s first end-to-end quantum software-based platform that protects encrypted communications and data using a quantum-secure channel.

NanoLock’s zero-trust cybersecurity suite to protect industrial machinery, production lines

NanoLock’s zero-trust cybersecurity suite to protect industrial machinery, production lines

Vendor claims to be the first to offer device-level protection solutions designed for legacy and new industrial machinery and smart factory production lines.

Open-source standard aims to unify incompatible cloud identity systems

Open-source standard aims to unify incompatible cloud identity systems

The project uses open source tech and a new common policy format to manage identity access policies across multi-clouds, on-premises systems, and vendors.

Palo Alto, Deloitte enter U.S. MSSP market with expanded partnership

Palo Alto, Deloitte enter U.S. MSSP market with expanded partnership

The Palo Alto-Deloitte announcement introduces a significant new player into the growing managed security service provider space as organizations increasingly invest in specialized services to address cyberthreats.

UK government sets out new nuclear cybersecurity strategy

UK government sets out new nuclear cybersecurity strategy

UK government aims to build a comprehensive understanding of current nuclear cybersecurity with key objectives to be achieved by 2026.

New RAT malware uses sophisticated evasion techniques, leverages COVID-19 messaging

New RAT malware uses sophisticated evasion techniques, leverages COVID-19 messaging

Nerbian RAT malware uses significant anti-analysis and anti-reversing capabilities along with multiple open-source Go libraries to conduct malicious activity.

Progress launches Chef Cloud Security to extend DevSecOps to cloud-native assets

Progress launches Chef Cloud Security to extend DevSecOps to cloud-native assets

The software provider has also enhanced its underlying security and compliance mechanism Chef InSpec with new features.

CREST partners with Immersive Labs, Hack The Box to enhance cybersecurity skills development

CREST partners with Immersive Labs, Hack The Box to enhance cybersecurity skills development

Cybersecurity accreditation and certification body announces two new skills development-focused partnerships as cybersecurity skills challenges continue to impact organizations.

HackerOne launches Attack Resistance Management solution to boost cyber resilience

HackerOne launches Attack Resistance Management solution to boost cyber resilience

Vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform says its new solution addresses attack resistance gaps by blending the security expertise of ethical hackers with asset discovery, continuous assessment, and process enhancement.

UK NCSC refreshes cloud security guidance for all organisations

UK NCSC refreshes cloud security guidance for all organisations

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre says the updated guidance will help businesses better support the secure migration of data and online services into the cloud.

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