When we hear blockchain, we think Bitcoin, but there’s so much more going on than cryptocurrencies. Blockchain, at its core, is a technology that that creates reliable, trackable and auditable records. This session lays out in simple terms the basics of what blockchain is, how it works and how it's used to create cryptocurrencies.
Recorded on: Tuesday 9th March 2021
Where there's brass, there's muck
Customers of online banking systems have long been the 'low-hanging fruit' target that cybercriminals seek to 'pick' using banking Trojans. These threats continue to evolve and adapt alongside the global pandemic, leading to compromising bank systems. Claire and David offer an overview of the methods used by thieves to undermine financial transactions.
Recorded on: Wednesday 27th January 2021
Taking training to a new level: AI-driven personalisation
We assume that training works, but how much do staff actually learn? Do you know whether your cybersecurity training is any good? Join us as we discover how companies can protect themselves from employees' mistakes. We look at the importance of adaptive learning and the psychology behind it, and show how personalisation has a dramatic impact on performance.
Recorded on: Friday 27th November 2020
The value of collaboration in the fight against cybercrime
Security is not a competitive advantage. There is an urgent need for organisations to work collaboratively and share information to fight cybercrimes and threats pro-actively. The Cyber Defence Alliance (CDA) is a partnership providing intelligence for industry and law enforcement. We explore its processes and share case studies that we can all learn from.